Hijab inspired by Morocco


This picture is amazing. The colors, clothing and accessories are beautiful. It’s like a celebration of spicy colors. I want what she is wearing + a little more neck coverage. What about you?

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26 thoughts on “Hijab inspired by Morocco

  1. Kholod says:

    I wish there are instructions somewhere about how to fasten those accessories on the head along with the hijab. It would look VERY stylish to wear head accessories to parties.

    Cheerz!

  2. I love everything except the HUGE beads. They’d drive me nuts hehehe! but even still, the colors of everything + the coins are fantastic!!!

  3. Rebecka says:

    She looks a bit like Eva Green!
    And the shawl is gorgeous…
    Lovely picture πŸ™‚

  4. ~*Ange~* says:

    that is such a sexy pic!!! i love all her jewellry and how everything matches!!

  5. Leila says:

    100% CUTE! πŸ™‚

  6. Alix says:

    Mmmmm Morrocco…..

  7. raquelevita says:

    I love the colors!! Neck coverage would be an easy modification here. The necklaces would be a bit much on my frame but the look is wonderful.

  8. hal786 says:

    salam
    i just remebered by looking at this pic, cuz of the hijab accessories those dangling things that lookk gr8 mashallah, well theres this islamic song : ‘queens of islam’ and its by a group called ‘mpac’. if u could post that it would be amazing , i have mpac songs on my blog. its a song dedicated to us muslim sistas , here is a beautiful pic from it:

    u can put that up too its really nice

  9. OomHussam says:

    Salaams,

    Masha`Allaah I love this! πŸ™‚ Especially the beads and accessories.

  10. khaidjah says:

    asalam alaikum sis

    the burbas of morocco have some beautiful ways of wering hijab mashallah, my hubbys nanna is a burba and mashallah she wears some really nice outfits at weddings mashallah, all be it shes in her 80s and still does more than some youngsters lol.

    wa salam
    khadijah

  11. Celeritas says:

    I definitly see the Eva Green resemblence too. Gosh, off to Trade Aid to buy some jewellry like this. Would be perfecft for the beach.

  12. Souss_Guy says:

    This is not a hijab, sorry.
    It is a traditional outfit from the region of Souss in Morocco, and the lady in the background is from the Middle Atlas (different region and tradition).

    I am mentioning this, because it has nothing to do with religion, whereas the “hijab” tends to have a religious connotation.

    Cheers,

    A Moroccan from the Souss region in Morocco.

  13. basbousa says:

    I know it’s not supposed to be hijab, but one can use hijab and be inspired by the colors πŸ™‚

  14. Sportymuslimah says:

    Wow its true! Like Eva Green… What a lucky girl to have such a beauty!

    Souss, it is still hijab to me anyway since it is modest. And if you look at the expect of modesty, it is beautiful really. A modest woman is a beautiful woman. My hubby told me a veiled woman look more beautiful than an unveiled one. I think what he mean is elegant. I didnt agree at first but now when I look and think of it (he said imagine a beautiful girl and imagine she has a veil on).. I admit she would look even more beautiful with the veil on. I mean, imagine the real Eva Green wearing veil…….. Very mysterious and beautiful !

  15. marrakchiyya says:

    Lovely, nice pic and everything… but here in morocco what she wears is called KHARQA, not hijab… like a dowrag, or something worn loosely inside the home or after hammam thihi πŸ™‚

  16. basbousa says:

    Like I said before, I know that is not hijab, but it’s nice colors and everything to be inspired by πŸ™‚ But Marrakchiyya, thank you so much for telling us what it was, cuz I had no idea, other than that it wasn’t hijab πŸ™‚

  17. Danica says:

    I love this picture! Your blog is great:)

  18. Vanessa says:

    Obviously this woman looks stunning with all the bright summery colours but this isn’t the islamic way of wearing hijab, people nowdays tend to make it look trendy when really they should stay as modest as possible, surely you can wear some colours but with pure modesty, at least covering your neck as it was indicated to us muslims.

  19. leyla says:

    I LOVE THE HIJAB AND GO GURL U LOOK PRETY IN THAT COLER LOL

  20. amanda says:

    she is so beautyful!!!

  21. karim nakhli says:

    Hi. this is not a hijab fashion since it doesnt answer all the requirements of hijab such as a bare neck. Nevertheless the accessories and clothing are very cute. they are worn by people in the atlas moutains in morocco. but there is something missing here; it is the drwings on the nose and chin. they are like tatoos which are made traditionally using a neddle and ashe. the picture is surely taken in a ceremony where we can see behind the woman a group of women dancers wearing tradition amazigh clothes to perform the Ahidousse dance. The people are not the burbas of morocco but rather the Zayan or Amazigh( gh- at the end is pronounced like a french “r”). you should see men’s clothing too. they are fabulous.

  22. hassan says:

    viva marruecos por siempre es el mejor te quiero marruecos

  23. SAMIRA says:

    SALAM

  24. Vanessa says:

    Hello you guys,

    Anyone knows where to buy Djellaba? Any website or shops in the UK?

    Many thanks for your help!

  25. Layla says:

    OMG i love this scarf!!!!
    does someone know where i could get it??
    itΒ΄s just so beautiful, and the colours are really nice!!

  26. Alaa says:

    You could get that scarf from many places, for example if you go to the mall thay have stores filled with nice looking clothes!! Since I live in Canada, I ussually get my scarfs from Ardenes, Urban Planet, Aeropostale and many more.

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