Turban Hijab Fashion- Hijab is a sign of modesty and is a girl’s best friend. In the old days, ladies usually wore it because of certain family background or their religion. With the passage of time, the hijab trend is back with a bang. It’s not like before that you only had one way to wear it and every other woman wore the scarf in the same way.
Today, there are several ways in which you can style your hijab. Now, turban hijab styles are most popular all around the globe.
What Are The Latest Turban Hijab Styles?
Turban Hijab is an addition to the world of scarves, inspired by old ages. It’s a mix and match of Islamic apparel with the Indian culture of the old eras. In the beginning, men used to wear turbans made of several yards of fabric, but gradually it shifted towards women wearing the same thing as a hijab but with a lot of variety and a classy touch. This type of Hijab can be worn at any party or family event in a stylish and chic way so that the lady herself can keep her head covered and also look fashionably on point with others.
Do you know that turban hijabs have a rich history as well? They’ve been worn by a number of prominent religious leaders and were considered to be a symbol of nobility. Apart from Muslims, they are also common in Hindu and Sikh cultures. But the interesting part is that this year we saw many models wearing the turban and other hijabs at fashion shows. It was definitely a breakthrough for Modest Fashion, check out a glimpse of some of these over here: 15 Prettiest Muslim Female Models in World
Do’s And Don’ts Of Turban Hijab
- Do choose a turban hijab style that suits your face cut out of a number of styles available to try.
- Do choose different prints and colors in scarves to style your turban hijab looks.
- Do choose fabrics that are sure to stay put over the head in the turban style you’ve chosen.
- Don’t wear the same kind of turban hijab every time. Go for variety.
- Don’t wear fabric for turban hijab that slips, for example, silk, without an under cap ever!
- Some people choose to reveal their hair at the front when wearing a turban hijab while others choose to completely cover their hair. Similarly, some might choose to cover their necks while others don’t. It’s definitely a personal choice and we should never be judgemental about it.
Now, let’s move on to the Different Ways of Styling Turban Hijab
↓ 29 – Blogger Inspired
London based Pakistani blogger and YouTuber Iqra is definitely a style inspiration when it comes to wearing turban hijabs. You can follow her channel for some amazing hijab hacks and a tutorial on her turban hijab style. Other than that, her Instagram account is full of amazing OOTDs.
↓ 28 – Video Tutorial
Let’s start with a small video tutorial on Youtuber Misha’s most popular turban hijab styles:
↓ 27 – Semi-Tucked Turban Hijab
This turban hijab style is different than any other hijab styles that you have previously tried or seen. Usually, a turban hijab is made of the scarf tucked in completely within the layers around the hairline. This turban hijab style uses the regular turban style for the front of the hijab but leaves the end behind the head untucked, loose to fall over the neck. This hijab style is unique so do give it a try if you haven’t up till now. Fore more hijab styling ideas, you can check out these 20 Best Iranian Hijab Styles With Step by Step Tutorials.
↓ 26 – Sikh Turban Style Hijab
The turban in these days is most essentially the identity of the Sikh community. It is rare that you will even across a Sikh man who doesn’t wear a similar turban. This hijab style, in particular, is inspired by the same Sikh culture turban. Many other styles of the turban hijab stem from the same root.
↓ 25 – Camouflage Turban Hijab
While all the other turban hijab prints and styles are more towards the feminine arc, this turban style is, particularly for tomboys. The camouflage print makes it ultra cool and the perfect pick for the hijabis who are more into cargo pants than tapered jeans.
↓ 24 – Tribal Print Turban Hijab
Tribal prints have been in fashion for quite some time now. The style has taken into jewelry, shoes and even scarves. A tribal print hijab looks great itself but when the print is mixed with multi colors, it is a total package.
↓ 23 – Full Black Bow Knot
This hijab look screams of fun. The plain hijab look goes up a notch with a rough big bow style knot at the front making the wearer much more fashionable. Pair it with a similar woven high neck sweater and tortoise sunshades for the perfect turban style hijab look.
↓ 22 – Sequins Turban Hijab
Sequins basically make anything look pretty. It is a nice choice to go for a shimmery sequins scarf for a stylish turban hijab look that is appropriate for dinners, parties or even weddings.
↓ 21 – Embroidered & Mirror Detail Hijab
This ethnic choice of scarf for turban hijab can make a very nicely styled look for a fun day out. The embroidery and mirror work express a hint of eastern fashions and create the perfect fusion look.
↓ 20 – Retro Hair-Band Hijab
This turban hijab style reminds us of the retro 70s era. Instead of a hair-band scarf, use the scarf to cover the head for hijab and leave both the loose ends on one shoulder. Try this retro style when invited to the next 70s theme college party with a button down shirt and palazzo pants.
↓ 19 – The Beanie Style Turban Hijab
The most casual style of a turban hijab out of so many is this beanie style. Looks like your regular winter beanie. One good thing about this style is you don’t need to go layer upon layer of fabric wrapped over the head. Pretty good for summers, cool isn’t it!
↓ 18 – Turkish Hijab for Round Faced Ladies
Turkish hijab is best for ladies who have a round face as this hijab style enhances their features.
↓ 17 – Karaca Turban Hijab for An Evening Party Look
Going out for a party? Don’t know how to style your scarf? Don’t Worry. Here is the solution to your problem. Try the Karaca Turban hijab style and enjoy your time while others keep praising your hijab style. You can see how pretty the white palazzo pants look in this image, so have a look at this article on wearing Hijab with Palazzo Pants.
↓ 16 – Animal Printed Hijab for a Girl’s Night Out
Animal prints look great on all kinds of garments and accessories. Similarly, an animal print turban hijab comes off as bold and ultra stylish when done right. This cheetah print turban hijab here looks perfect for a fun night out.
↓ 15 – Best Style for Teenagers
This hijab style looks very cute on teenage girls. The bow detail at the front of the hijab makes it just the right style for young girls. The style though is not restricted to teenagers only as adult ladies who wont to go for a cute yet stylish look can try this as well.
↓ 14 – Turban Hijab Style for African Women
You can pair up a simple scarf with embellishments to give a funky touch. You can always go for two colored turbans by wearing an under cap. For example, if your dress is blue and black and you want to do a little contrast then try going for black under the scarf and then wear a neon yellow colored scarf on top. You can also add a head chain for the perfect Arabic look.
↓ 13 – Twist Knots for Long Faces
After wrapping your hijab around your head, knot the two ends together on one side by using several knots and creating a side-band kind of a look. If you want your turban for formal occasions then this style is perfect for you. All that you have to do is to go and buy yourself an elegant looking brooch and pin it at the end or start of these knots, or even in between them. Not only a brooch will make your turban formal but your turban material will also make your style perfect for formal occasions. For example, you can go for silk fabric in turban rather than going for simple cotton.
↓ 12 – Turban With A Side Knot
The turban hijab with a side know is also a pretty great one. This chic nomad look is perfect for our free-spirited hijabis that have outdoorsy routines; work along with style.
↓ 11 – Bun Shaped Turban Hijab for Casual Look
Create a bun with your hijab on top of your head for a different look. Casual yet stylish, this is one turban hijab look that is the favorite of many.
↓ 10 – Pleated Formal Turban Hijab Style
Pleated turban looks very simple yet elegant when worn with simple outfits and enhances your overall look. Great for weddings and other formal events.
↓ 9 – With A Bun Braid At The Back
Keep it simple from the front and make a braid at the side of the face and wrap around the bun as shown in the picture.
↓ 8 – Twisted Side Braid for School
This style is best for a casual look and you can easily do it for schools. It would look great with jeans and a fancy or floral blouse, so also check out 19 modest hijab jeans outfits this season.
↓ 7 – Hijab and Hats For A Street Style Look
This look of a turban hijab with a hat is totally going to make you a diva of the event.
↓ 6 – Silk Hijab Style
Silk is one of the go-to fabrics when it comes to formal events. Silk scarves make great turban hijabs but remember to wear an under cap beneath a silk scarf always so that it stays put. This style of turban hijab using two layers of different fabrics is very unique as well; a silk scarf for the actual hijab and a net beading scarf to go on top of the silk. Don’t miss out these Top 10 Luxury Hijab Brands 2019 That Every Hijabi Should Know.
↓ 5 – Velvet Hijab For Staying Warm In Winters
Turbans can get a little cozy in winters and too hot in summers so for extra coziness and warmth you can go for the turban in velvet material. They are proven to keep you warm and comfortable in winter seasons and also look exceptionally great.
↓ 4 – Beaded Turban Hijab
If you want to go heavily extravagant with your hijab, try one of the beaded or heavy embroidered scarves to style your turban hijab look. When headed to a party why just dress up fancy and leave your hijab to look boring and misfitting with the entire outfit. Level up your hijab game with this fancy beaded hijab style.
↓ 3 – Polka Dotted Hijab For A Casual Yet Cute Look
For a perfect office look, you can wear this kind of a casual turban in polka dots material. It is perfect for girls who wear glasses on a daily basis as it will not make your glasses look awkward in the hijab as some of the common hijab styles do that. The material of the turban used in this style can either be chiffon or cotton. It can be anything that you are comfortable with already in the past and have the experience to know how to wrap it around your head. For an extra hint of fashion, you can apply a thick eyeliner to give more emphasis on your eyes.
↓ 2 – A brooch At The Front
The chicest look for attending weddings and it can even work for a bridal hijab. The brooch adds a hint of fanciness to the hijab and makes the headgear look even prettier.
↓ 1 – Style For Brides
Another gorgeous head accessory used with bridal turban hijab. The use of ruffles to cover the neck has also created a beautiful effect for this bride. Last but not least, a happy hijabi is always a beautiful one.
Now that you all are aware of almost every turban hijab style that has ever existed, just pick the ones that suit you best and flaunt your amazing turban hijabs day in and day out.