How to wear hijab so we look our best is essential question for every Muslimah. Here are 3 basic rules in hijab fashion tips.
First - know and love your appearance and understand who you are.
Second - dress to express our creativity and feel good for the occasion.
Third - know what's current and adapt accessories to trends, while keeping core wardrobe components appropriate to our Islamic values.
In addition to the basic rules, here are other hijab fashion tips on how to wear hijab in easy and simple ways that you can handle. With this information, you will feel confident and comfortable to walk out with your lovely hijab held high for the sake of Allah.
1. Don't wear too many textures
If you wear ruffle tops or dress, avoid any pleated style hijab on the shoulders or around the neck. It is not a complementary to your overall appearance.
The golden rule for the hijab fashion tips is to go for the opposite texture with your clothing. The more flattering your clothes is the simpler will be the hijab style and fashion.
2. Keep it simple and clean style
Avoid anything fussy or bulky. This serves those with the trendiest as well as the most modest among us.
Details should draw eye toward your best features. Everyone has a best feature. Find yours and work around it.
If you really want to wear that colourful summer dress or maxi and make it work with hijab, wear a simple muted colour hijab.
The least you call for attention, the more flattering you will look.
3. Stay away from too many colours
If your outfit has two colours, your hijab should match the main colour of your outfit.
At the same time pink hijab with pink top and pink shoes is not a clever option as well.
Study a little about colours and colour combinations..
4. Choose one focal point
When you dress out, choose one focal point of your attire.
If you want to make your hijab as a focal point by choosing Spanish style braided hijab, your attire should be simple plain tunic with straight cut pants.
Should you choose flattering printed skirt matches it with smart solid color top and plain wrap hijab barring any fancy folds.
5. Update your wardrobe with accessories
Accessories such as hijab pins, brooches, fashion jewelleries, watches,sunglasses, shoes, and handbags are subtle and yet effective ways to imply that you know how to dress with flair.
Choose cleverly your accessories. A few interesting pieces can add a trendy touch to your styles and last for years.
However, be conscious not to wear bright colour hijab, sparkly tops with lots of bangles and accessories at the same time. Avoid too many different things going on with your outfit.
6. Avoid fabrics that cling
Stay away from fabrics such as jersey or spandex blends as they have a tendency to cling to the body especially in the areas that you do not want them to.
Jersey top or tunic or maxi dress is going to cling in all the wrong places. You might skip to wear it outside.
However, a top made of spandex blend would be wearable if layered under a coat or jacket.
7. Stock up hijabi friendly clothing when in season
Hijabi wearable clothing like tunic, long shirt, maxi dresses, long skirt, caftanstyle top and head scarves can be in season and out of season.
If these garments are on trend, shops will have them available in various styles and colours. This is the time to buy.
8. Subtle effort
Hijab colour coordination is a must but do not go overboard.
You could colour coordinate your clothes with hijab, but the colours are not necessarily of the same shade and texture.
You could wear a brown tunic and pants and match it with shade of cream hijab; or wear black top and match it with lime green hijab.
It is as if that you never plan what you are going to wear or never buy an outfit and matching hijab at the same time.
As a common rule of human relation, no impression is made by one who is trying too hard! Subtle effort rules and always works the best.