Q 2: What is
the ruling on whoever trades in women's Haram (prohibited) clothing?
The only garments of women that are considered Haram (prohibited) are those that involve likening women to men or disbelieving women and those that contain pictures for beings with souls. Women are permitted to wear all other garments in front of their husbands but it is Haram for them to wear some garments in front of men who are neither their husbands nor their Mahrams (permanently unmarriageable relatives) such as short clothes which show the legs, and garments that show the hair, neck, face, and so on.Consequently, if garments are Haram for some women in some cases but Halal (lawful) in others, merchants are permitted to trade in them and women should use them in the Halal way. On the other hand, if garments are Haram for women in all cases; merchants are not permitted to trade in them and women are not allowed to wear them. (Part No. 13; Page No. 33)
May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.