Choosing a Hijab

When you go to buy a hijab, chances are that you aren’t too sure what you’re looking for or you can’t find what you really want. However, there are also a few things that you need to keep in mind in order to pick the best hijab for you.

First of all, you can make a hijab, without a lot of trouble. This is something that you need to keep in mind especially if you don’t want to spend money on buying something that you can make for probably half of the price. However, if you aren’t very sewing-inclined, it is best that you just go ahead and buy one.

Next, you can buy them offline. Even for something made by someone else, Hijab are still fairly cheap and if you really don’t know what you’re doing in the sewing department, they aren’t that much of a loss.

Lastly, if you live in a large Muslim community, you may be able to find them at a Muslim specialty shop or something of that nature. If you don’t, however, it can be super hard to find these and you may find yourself at a loss if you do not live in an ethnically Muslim state or area.

Then you have the choice between what patterns that you have. If you traditionally wear an abaya, you can choose whatever color that you want, although it is suggested that you have one of every color since you will have a wider and more interesting variety.

Keep in mind that if you normally wear other items that it is probably a good idea to pick colors that go with your outfits and patterns that will go with them as well. It helps you to feel nice and coordinated and let’s face it-sometimes when something doesn’t match, it looks a tiny bit tacky. You can choose from geometric patterns, animal patterns, and pretty much anywhere in between. It’s all a matter of what you prefer.

You can also choose whether or not you would like tassles or not. Tassles are an interesting means of spicing up the way that your outfit looks. You could wear them with pretty much anything, but you can also wear them with dress outfits. It’s up to you.

Keep in mind that a hijab is a very personal garment-and that no matter what anyone else says, you should buy one that you feel most comfortable with. Don’t worry about trends-just wear what makes you most comfortable!

Also remember that you can buy pins for your head covering, usually at the same place in which you are shopping for your Hijab. Take the time to pick a pair of pins that works the best for you. For example, if you are new to wearing a head covering, you may want to pick a pair of pins that has a closed end so that you don’t end up stabbing yourself. If you are more experienced, you can stick to stick pins!