10 Muslim girls who look incredible with their Hijab
The world fashion is gradually blurring the concepts, inherent limits ever. Men may wear outfit as women and vice versa, or a fat girls still can confidently get success in the modeling industry without the stigma of body overweight and even can become the influential creators in the fashion blogger community.
To make the headscarves become not so "harsh" to Muslim women anymore, the fashion designers is slowly making it the inspiration for the incredible style called "Haijab Style ".
In fact, there are many Muslim girls attract people by their impressive fashion style but still keep the traditional outfit - the Hijab.
Here are 10 of them:
1. Amur V Ruma
Amur V Ruma is a fashion blogger and a very active vlogger. This girl loves the colors and does not hesitate before bright colors, although according to the rules, Muslim women are not allowed to wear light colored clothing.
2. Summer Albarcha
Designer Summer Albarcha prefers to use the eye-catching accessories, especially handbags.
3. Melanie Elturk
Melanie Elturk is a designer and CEO of brand Haute Hijab. Fashion is one of her passions besides travel and food.
4. Heba Jay
Fashion Blogger Jay Heba often combines Hijab scarf with stylish daily clothing.
5. Dina Toki-O
Toki-O Dina owns a YouTube account with over 193 thousand followers and over 23 million views. Her fashion inspiration from scarf Hijab is endless and quite cute.
6. Basma K
Designer Basma K is the founder of brand Basma K Collection. She loves elegant and modern style.
7. Zinah Nur Sharif
Zinah Nur Sharif always attracts people with her elegant style.
8. Ascia AKF
Blogger ASCIA AKF has over 1.3 million followers on her Instagram.
9. Ruba Zai
Fashion, beauty vlogger Ruba Zai has over 182 thousand followers and 16 million views. This girl is very funny and she specially loves fashion, cuisine.
10. Hana Tajima
One of the leaders in making the Muslim head scarf become inspiring is designer, fashion blogger Hana Tajima. Hana's fashion style is considered "weird" but retains the elegant and stylish in a very subtle way. Currently, the talented beautiful girl owns a brand named Maysaa and recently she had the opportunity to collaborate with the Japanese brand Uniqlo.
By: Iris Shelton