Hijab: Royal Weddings Following Traditions

royal wedding hijab

Women who attend or are a part of royal weddings also wear Hijab. Many brides across the globe wear Hijab on their big day so do many Muslim girls who are there to attend the wedding. Bride often go for heavy bridal dresses and therefore prefer that heavy work should be done on their dress including sleeves. They often review various magazines, which tend to cover new Arabic fashion collection. Moreover, if someone has to attend a royal wedding, this means that they have to carry the best look possible so that they don’t lack behind in any sense, therefore; they tend to watch as many tutorial as they want in order to learn new ways of wearing a veil that conveys the idea of being decent and modest. 2016-2017 introduced various new ways and style of wearing a headscarf, which is most likely to be used by elite people who are a part of the royal wedding. Hijabs worn in royal weddings tend to be heavier and the guests are often wearing heavier headscarf then the bride, which makes the bride look dull and the guest’s standout in the big gathering.

Hijab: Royal Weddings

royal wedding hijab

This image shows a bride wearing a very heavy Hijab, which automatically creates an association with the concept of a royal wedding as the work done, and the type of diamonds and stones used are expensive and cannot be afforded by someone who belongs to a middle class family.

royal wedding hijab

This image also shows a bride wearing a heavy dress but her veil is very simple without any intricate details but she paired it up with a crown.

royal wedding hijab

This image shows a girl wearing Hijab which is quite simple but heavy work is done on the body and sleeves of the dress.