Must Have Hijab Labels For Every Fashionable Woman
Who says that you can’t be fashionable while staying modest? Because these days, hijabsters are proving otherwise.
Derived from the words from hipster, the term hijabster defines a fashionable person who always keep up with the trend and latest fashion, while covering the “aurat”. In case you’re running out of stylish hijabs to level up your #OOTD ‘gram, here are 5 hijab labels that you should follow:
1. dUCk Scarves
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With the You Got This scarves available in both shawl and square variants, you can style them in many different ways and look like you have so many scarves! 😂 Swipe left to see my gal @vivyyusof wearing the square version. How would you wear You Got This? 🤔 – D. #duckscarves
Founded by fashion mogul, Vivy Yusof, dUck is no stranger to the hijab world. Made with fabric materials like satin and chiffon, dUck’s headscarves are available in a variety of luxurious colours as well as prints.
2. Naelofar Hijab
Malaysian actress Neelofa has certainly taken hijab to a whole new level. In her latest collection, she styles her hijab in a low twisted knot, giving it an illusion of gorgeous, flowy “hair”.
Their tagline, “Broochless, Just-Hook” certainly caught our attention! Founded by Malaysian model and actress Hanis Zalikha, Cakenis is designed to solve every hijabster’s problem. The shawls comes with tiny hooks to secure it around your face. Great for girls who are always misplacing their brooches!
4. Meem Clothings
You know you’re wearing the best when the shawls were showcased at the Tokyo Modest Fashion Show 2016. Simply beautiful, their shawls are mostly inspired by floral designs. A must have if you’re into bright, floral prints.
Hijab for sporty girls? YASSS! Olloum is comfortable and stylish enough for active urban Muslims. There are also slim pants and collared zip up jackets for you to match your hijab, all made with the same COOLIO™ technology. Well, if Nike is too expensive, you can always opt for this.