Salam,That is very cute! I would also like to know how to do that style. Thanks again for the fabulous blog. I just bought a tunic yesterday based on your suggestions.
Thank you for your sweet comments!I think I'm going to have to sit down one day and experiment with a scarf or two and see what happens :)
There is a post on my blog how to tie Malaysian hijab and to do this look you only wrap one peice around the neck and braid the three reminaining and make sure to pin them with a strong broach. It is an easy to do look if you see how to tie Malaysian hijab.
I did this for around the house one day but it kept coming down. Hmm I guess the brooch is key.Thanks for the post.ma'a salaamah,ha
I saw something similar on this here.... http://www.tznius.com/cgi-bin/rapunzel.plI think a little tweaking any you'd have it!
this is a picture of Inneke Koesherawati, an Indonesian artist and the face of Shafira muslim fashion (an Indonesian muslim boutique), so the hijab style probably one of Shafira's technique. You can ask on the website http://www.shafira.co.id/shafira.asp
Thanks for the tips girls! I'll have a go and see what I come up with!
salamthis pic comes from inneke koesherawati's hijab style book. the book is available in indonesia. i'll see whether i can send you the trick's pic =]
That would be really helpful widya!
You might like some of my designs :Dhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/salsabeela/sets/72157603888334070/
Salaam dear Hayah - Great site and masha-Allah I love the style of this hijab!Warmly,Baraka
Assalam-alaikam Hayah,This is very pretty - but looks like hard work. I wonder if I could do this first thing in the morning with the kids all going crazy. Also I have to make wudu at work so this would take ages to get on and off. Maybe nice for a special occasion though
it is permissible for women to make wudu by wiping over the hijab as it is permissible for men to wipe over there turban
In short - no it's not. The water must reach the front of your head. And where does it say men may wipe over their turbans?
yes it is, but u have to wipe over ur forehead underneath the front and still wash ur neck and ears by putting ur hands underneath,but u do not have to untie it. there is severel references, heres just 2 its all in the hadiths:1. I saw the Messenger (peace_be_upon_him) perform ablution. He had a Qutri turban. He inserted his hand beneath the turban and wiped over the forelock, and did not untie the turban.(Volume :0 Book - 1 / Purification (Kitab Al-Taharah -C0147) 2.The Messenger of Allah (peace_be_upon_him) performed ablution and wiped over the stockings and shoes.(Volume :0 Book - 1 / Purification (Kitab Al-Taharah -C0159)
Thanks for the ahadith lale. But they don't say you can wipe OVER the hijab/turban. Water still has to reach the front of the hair, as it says in the first hadith. The second hadith only applies to the socks in certain situations.
salaam,mashallah a superb blog you are maintaining. i am new to wearing hijab i really loved the flower hijab wrap althought i would love if you could specify as to how to make that flower shape. i have come across on one of the blog the procedure for braided hijab see if you can translate the instructionshttp://beautifulmuslimah.blogspot.com/2008/07/how-to-tie-indonesian-simple-braid.html.here's my email firstname.lastname@example.org
salaam i have to say, i did that style of hijab once or twice at school and during l'eïd and trust me, it looks good ;)and the other thing is, you can mix and match 2 different coulours if you like so for all of you muhajbahs out there who are like me, you adore to try different styles, you will definitly love this one :)
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