With the holy month of Ramzan upon us and Eid right around the corner, the celebration time is nearing and all the women are prepping up on their fashion quotient. Hijabs are an integral part of the Islamic culture and there are millions of different ways to wear them.
A Hijab is considered a part of a woman's modesty and grace. With time, the hijab has evolved to become not only a religious symbol but also a fashion accessory.
A hijab can be styled in multiple ways and accessorised along with other ornaments. There are techniques of layering the hijab and wearing an undercap underneath to keep the hair covered while loosely draping the hijab.
Let's take a look at some of the hijab styles that you could try during this festive season of Ramzan.
The Side Knot
Wearing this style with an undercap is necessary, since it wraps around the neck and drapes loosely over the head with a French-styled side knot. This look is great with dreamy light fabrics for the daytime.
The Scarf Wrap
Looks great with formal outfits, and this style is inspired by the classic scarf drape that knots up in front of the neck with a triangle-style drape.
The One-Shouldered Drape
A head wrap followed by a layered drape over one shoulder and a tucked-in drape around the neck to secure the hijab, is what this look is all about. This is another romantic look that is best suited with lighter fabrics and floral tones.
The Turban Style
The perfect wrap and twist turban style is implemented into this look, and it continues to utilise the rest of the fabric as a neck wrap to complete the hijab look.
The Double Layer
You can use two different fabrics for this style and layer them up to give you that extra glam look for the festive season.
The Head Wrap Style
The latest trend of head wraps with a low-bun knot can be incorporated into the hijab look with the extension acting as a structured neck wrap.
The Throw-Over Look
Worn with a head cap and a high neck, this look is very youthful and casual. The hijab is draped over the head, and here one end is placed over the opposite shoulder and pinned.