eid-ul-adha 2019

With so many weddings happening and Eid-ul-Adha right around the corner, one cannot help but Google ways to make an impression and stand out in a crowd.

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While we’ll find multiple sources to check for the best hairdos to flaunt this season, those sisters who cover their head hardly find anything interesting to up their style game.

Well, that’s not entirely true! The original hijab has undergone a lot of styling and changes so you do not have to look boring or compromise on your style. There a number of tricks to wear the hijab and slay like a pro.

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Either skip the plain pinning or add colour, prints, and accessories to oomph up your overall look and personality; the choice is completely yours.

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Taking inspiration from the famous hijab-wearing blogger, That Karachi Girl, here are 5 ways to style your headscarf and steal the spotlight:

1. Drapes & Bows

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Hello my beautiful people! Today’s the first day of my #7daysofHijab series. . After so much demand from all of you inquiring about the kinds of materials I like to wear and tips on how to style them, I have collaborated with SIX hijab brands for these series to teach you how to style your hijab and unique ways of wearing them ✨ . . My first collaborators are @hayahijabpk who have also generously offered a 10% discount on their hijabs if you use the code TKG10OFF whilst checking out 🤗 . . . The material I have used for this look is short silk. It has a shiny texture that makes it perfect for occassions such as weddings and parties. I believe it definitely falls in the formal spectrum of hijabs which I appreciate (because honestly there aren’t that many varieties that work well out there 😩). The material is a little slippery, so I would definitely recommend using a hijab cap underneath. These scarves are perfect for draping and bows like the one I have demonstrated above 🎀 . . . . . Top from: @pinitvincy . . #hijabfashion #karachistreetstyle #modestfashionblogger #lifetylekarachi #thatkarachigirl #pakistaniwear #pakistanbloggers #karachistyle #stylingtips #modestfashionblogger #modestfashion

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The silky shiny texture makes it perfect for occasions such as weddings and parties. Use a hijab cap underneath to make sure that the scarf doesn’t slip. Drape it, bow it and you’re good to go!

2. Back-Tied Knot

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Hello my beautiful people! Today’s the second day of my #7daysofHijab series. . After so much demand from all of you inquiring about the kinds of materials I like to wear and tips on how to style them, I have collaborated with SIX hijab brands for these series to teach you how to style your hijab and unique ways of wearing them ✨ . . My second collaborators are @hijab_house.pk who have sent me this beautiful cotton scarf with gold finishing. . . . The material I have used for this look is soft cotton. I love how breathable and comfortable it feels. This back-tied knot look is easy and simple for an everyday look that you can pair with a top and pants or a nice kurti. I tend to use this style when Im heading out and I just want to do something effortless! ☺️ . . . . . . . #hijabfashion #karachistreetstyle #modestfashionblogger #lifetylekarachi #thatkarachigirl #pakistaniwear #pakistanbloggers #karachistyle #stylingtips #modestfashionblogger #modestfashion

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Use soft cotton because it’s breathable and comfortable. This back-tied knot look is simple and perfect for this season. Do not forget to up your style game by adding some dangling earrings.

3. Silky Pashmina Drape

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Hello my beautiful people! Today’s the third day of my #7daysofHijab series. . After so much demand from all of you inquiring about the kinds of materials I like to wear and tips on how to style them, I have collaborated with SIX hijab brands for these series to teach you how to style your hijab and unique ways of wearing them ✨ . . My third collaborators are @attiresformuslimah who have sent me this beautiful baby pink hijab 🧕🏼 . . . The material that I have used for this look is silky pashmina. Now I totally adore this material because of the way it compliments a good evening look ✨ Since I’m an all in for only silk scarves for formal events, I’d put silky pashmina in the semi-formal spectrum- you know, hi-teas, birthdays, brunches, the works. It’s flowy and drapes incredibly beautifully 💕 . . . . Top from: @rumandharry . . . #hijabfashion #karachistreetstyle #modestfashionblogger #lifetylekarachi #thatkarachigirl #pakistaniwear #pakistanbloggers #karachistyle #stylingtips #modestfashionblogger #modestfashion

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Silky pashmina gives a formal feel to your look. The fabric drapes beautifully but needs to be worn with a hijab cap. Pair it with a delicate headband and step out looking perfect for any event.

4. Double Drape

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Hello my beautiful people! Today’s the fourth day of my #7daysofHijab series. . After so much demand from all of you inquiring about the kinds of materials I like to wear and tips on how to style them, I have collaborated with SIX hijab brands for these series to teach you how to style your hijab and unique ways of wearing them ✨ . . My fourth collaborators are @rosh.designs who sent me this ox-blood faded cotton scarf with sequence finishing. I love their incredible variety! . . . The material I have used for this look is cotton. In this Karachi heat this is a breathable and cool fabric that also drapes very well. This particular scarf is perfect for semi-formal occassions with just the right amount of sparkle! ✨ I used the double drape method in this style that helps when you especially want to accentuate your earrings 💎 . . . . Top from: @rumandharry . . . #hijabfashion #karachistreetstyle #modestfashionblogger #lifetylekarachi #thatkarachigirl #pakistaniwear #pakistanbloggers #karachistyle #stylingtips #modestfashionblogger #modestfashion

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This specific scarf is perfect for semi-formal occasions. Double drape and accentuate the look with the perfect pair of earrings.

5. Signature Style

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✨MY SIGNATURE HIJAB STYLE ✨ Hey guys! So as promised, I refilmed my signature style for all of you! SPONSOR: @rosh.designs For this look you will need: 1 Hijab Cap (I get mine from @zaynahstudios) 1 Hijab scarf 3 Hijab pins 2 Baby safety pins 1 Medium sized safety pin . . . Steps: -Tie your hair in a bun and wear your hijab cap -Start with placing the scarf at a 2:5 ratio on your head -Secure the scarf at the back with a baby safety pin – Now wrap the short end around your hair bun – Secure the wrap with a medium sized pin – Take the other end and drape it around your head – Secure with 3 hijab pins – Now take the loose end and pin it behind your ear . . . Note: Every hijab material behaves differently, always try to adjust your scarf till you achieve the desired result. Another method that covers the neck is by skipping tying the shorter end at the back and pin it across the neck at the front. This style suits almost every face cut except for round or square face shapes. . . Makeup by: @kirankhanmakeup 💄💋 . Please don’t mind the exposure getting weird here and there, I tried my best to keep it focused 🙈 . . . Practise makes perfect! . . . #pakistanstreetstyle #hijabfashion #modest #modestfashion #tutorial #hijabtutorial #hijabstyle #hijab #pakistanblogger #karachiblogger

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While this may look complicated, it isn’t.  Tie your hair in a bun and wear your hijab cap. Then start with placing the scarf at your head and secure the scarf at the back with a safety pin. Now wrap the short end around your hair bun and secure the wrap. Then take the other end and drape it around your head leaving the loose end and pinning it behind your ear.

Accessorize as you like! You can use your entire earring collection that you weren’t able to use before.

Which style to drape the hijab did you like best? Comment and let us know.

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