Tie your hijab in even more ways

So I’ve allready posted 15 new, different ways to tie your hijab from Marwa Hamed’s hijab styling book. Just because learning something new never hurts, I give you four more new ways to tie your hijab. You can view the previous posts here and here. Enjoy, and as before, click the thumbnails for a bigger view.




I think I adore the third one from the top. What’s your favorite wrap among these?

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12 thoughts on “Tie your hijab in even more ways

  1. umpazumparoo says:

    Assalaamu alaikum!

    What a great blog! I’m so happy to see such creativity and STYLE with hijab. I am definitely going to be a devoted reader from now on.

    Allah hafiz!

    umpazumparoo.wordpress.com

  2. basbousa says:

    Thanks for the kind words 🙂

  3. Hoo boy… tying hijab is deffinately challenging every brain cell in my head! So far I’ve not had any success ~ what I *have* managed to tie has eventually shot off of my head hahahaha!! (And that’s with loads of pins!) (too many pins really haha!) The trick for me really seems to be pointing towards a stable underscarf to which I can pin the outter hijab.

    I just received my order of a variety of pretty, funky, and fun underscarves from the UK based “Alhijab.com” and they seem to be far more stable then the stretch lace underscarves. So stable in fact that they pracitcally make my eyes bug out of my head! I’m trying to decide which one I shall sacrifice so that I can cut the elastic and see if it fits then without giving me a migraine. I’m not kidding when I say I have a HUGE head!! (These new underscarves do not make me look like an old pesant man which is a plus…)

    I also received my sparkly dangly hijab pins from Al Hijab ~ they are GREAT! So fun and feminine and they even come with protective caps for the pointy ends.

    One of my favorite clothing companies just had a sale (LL Bean) and I snapped up several modest “girl shirts” in pinks and blues and purples. Usually I’m stuck wearing the long-sleeve men’s t-shirts because I can’t find girl shirts in my size. These new shirt will match just about every hijab scarf I own. I also managed to find two print shirts, one that is brown with pink roses and another that is light blue with blue roses. I hope I’m not vain but… I really desire FEMININE clothing. I’ve always had to wear guys’ stuff all my life, even as a young teenager, and I’m so sick and tired of doing so. I figure a pair of my baggy pants or a skirt coupled with one of these shirts and a pretty scarf… that’ll be so fun! And feminine… Seeing Muslim women wearing not just dresses and abayas, but also modest pants and shirts with scarves has really inspired me!

    I wore a scarf to Mass yesterday but I knotted it under my chin because I could not get it to stay right in any other style. I wore my beautiful yellow-striped “Jane Austin” dress (From the Regency era…) which also has pink roses on the bodice. Much to my horror, when I later used the restroom, I saw that the shoulders of my dress were slipped to the sides and my wide bra straps were hanging out for all to see!!! Uuuugh!! I keep losing weight with this pregnancy and my clothes are becoming baggy and ill fitting… SO, back to LL Bean I went and I snapped up some sleeveless “tank top” shirts in three colors and I’ll wear these under my dresses for added coverage. (I dont want to have my clothes adjusted until I see what happens to my weight after I have the baby… I might gain weight back. Who knows!)

    And so the adventure continues… yeah, I’m dropping a bit of $$ on clothes and scarves but it’s about TIME! I spent the past six years as a poor college student dressed in baggy men’s clothing and I hated it! Now I’m a married woman and a mom (well…baby is still inside but I’m a mom nonetheless!) and it’s time for me to look like a mature settled woman and not a sloppy, frumpy student… **Grin** Meanwhile I’m making sure and give $$ to the poor and not just to myself.

    Have a lovely day!! Thanks for the hijab tying tips ~ I’ll get it one of these days!

  4. mikaela says:

    Lovely ways! I adore the third and forth! Got more ways to do it?

  5. basbousa says:

    The links should lead you to 15 other ways to tie scarves. Or you can keep visiting 🙂 I’ll try to post some more

  6. TRINS says:

    THE WRAPS ARE ALL WELL AND GOOD AND ATTRACTIVE, BUT MOST OF IT LEAVE YOUR BOSOM EXPOSED, ALSO THE ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE BOOK DEPICT WOMEN IN FITTED TOPS I COULD ONLY IMAGINE A FITTED JEANS AT THE BOTTOM, ITS USELESS WEARING A HIJAB, COVERING YOUR HAIR AND YOUR CLOTHES ARE FITTED , REVEALING YOUR FULLY SHAPED BOSOM!…ITS JUST AS IF YOU ARE NAKED. THE HIJAB IS ALL ABOUT MODESTY, DONT BE SUCKED IN BY PEOPLE TRYING TO MAKE A FEW QUICK BUCKS AND MAKING IT LOOK AS THOUGH MAKING YOURSELF SO ATTRACTIVE IS OKAY SO THE OTHER SEX CAN OGLE YOU .

  7. alex says:

    i love this website its the best hijaab styling website i,ve ever seen

  8. tjuhe says:

    hi i love these new styles

  9. I love the look of these hijabs – they create a much more brighter feel than traditional black. Keep up the great work.

  10. Saher Hussein says:

    love this

  11. s'amira van wyk says:

    Assalamu Alyqum Wa Rahmatulahi Wa Baraqatu…

    I just love these pics..WOW..so many styles to don your Hijab..definely gonna try them all out, In sha Allah..

    JazakhAllah Khair

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