Brrrr… its cold outside and time for some winter hijab styles. With temperatures reaching the negatives in most parts of the world, thankfully I only feel the single digits, we often look for stylish fashion for winter. The best part about winter is that it’s a season which is hijab fashion friendly. Everything in the clothing line is long-sleeved, high neck and extra-long length. So, you don’t even have to think twice before buying something from the store. Winter is often the neglected season where fashion is concerned. I always feel depressed when I go out and all you see is everyone wearing an all-black outfit. Coats are very popular during winter.
They are easy to wear and these days, they are available in interesting designs with unusual colour combinations, fabrics and textures. This year however, I’ve ditched all my coats and bought a whole new winter wardrobe of chunky knits of different kinds. I absolutely love mohair, so I have two mohair jerseys. The colour combination of my favourite is a pale yellow and salmon pink. Then, another great buy are maxi jerseys. They are great, as they keep your legs warm. Well, my maxi jersey ends just above my ankles! Raise your hand if you too have”short-girl problems” ha-ha! Then, I also bought some funky coloured jerseys. Like a teal, mustard and white horizontal striped jersey. I know, it sounds a bit weird, but with a mustard pashmina and teal under scarf, it’s perfect!
Hijabiworld Keeps You Snuggled Up With Winter Hijab Fashion For 2015/2016
Yes girls, we have enough content to keep you up to date with the latest styles without moving a muscle. We know how comfortable it gets when we’re all warm under the blankets. All we need is a warm mug of goodness and enjoy looks which have already been put together for us. So, what are you waiting for? It’s just a click away Winter Hijab Fashion For 2015/2016.
Ok, you’re back. Let’s continue. I have fancy dress styles for winter inserted below. Yes, it’s quite difficult to design a dress for winter occasions. Girls love to dress up but are often confused on dressing up in winter. Summer fabrics cannot be worn in winter and for this reason, we have certain fabrics which are specifically worn in winter, like velvet. Below, you’ll get inspired by trendy outfits for everyday and learn valuable tips too. You’ll also learn new ways of styling your hijab for winter, not that there’s any specific style. The more layers, the better!
For those who prefer lookbooks, here’s a link to a winter lookbook, so do have a look and let me know what you think.
Fancy Dress For Winter With Hijab
Okay, by now you should know… it’s PURPLE!!! Absolutely love, love, LOVE!!! The silk and sequined combination is so glitzy and glamourous and screams my name! The long sweeping velvet belt is the perfect winter touch. She front wrapped her hijab with earrings being visible.
Girls love wearing bows and I can see why. This look is so adorable. The beaded collar is a nice touch too. They are very fashionable and can be bought at any retail store. Since they are clipped on, you can swap and change your collars all the time and take your outfit from casual to formal in a few seconds.
Oh wow, I love the detail on the dress and headpiece. Check out the heels! Stunning!!!
Faux Fur and Feathers For Trendy Warm Looks
Fur is so stylish, but not many would wear the style. Depending on what part of your outfit it is, it could look very fashionable. I wouldn’t wear a faux fur full length jacket, as it would make you appear to be larger. A fur scarf, as the one below is perfect to keep your neck and head warm while walking in the cold breeze.
The feathered cape, a high end fashion look for winter. This is quite an edgy style for the daring. The turban front knot and studded bag compliments the look she’s going for.
A casual look with knee-high boots. I know, all girls love knee-high boots, they’re trendy, warm and comfy! It’s best to buy a pair in a neutral colour which you can easily wear with many outfits. She has the fur coat on her arm, as part of an accessory.
Casual Winter Hijab Styles
Her pashmina style somehow resembles an Egyptian to me. I like the pashmina. She wears a cardigan with boots too.
I love maxi skirts with tulle layers, it’s very elegant. The length is a bit too long. When I’m lazy to wear heels, this is the length of my dresses and people always tramp on it and it ends up looking like it was dragged though dirt… Well, there’s nothing a good wash can’t fix. Ha-ha!
A lovely blue dress with lots of flare. This is a simple ballroom styled dress. It’s perfect for winter, as the fabric will keep you warm. Satin scarves are quite warm too. I find them to be too hot to wear in summer.
All those maxi pashminas can come out to play in winter. I have some pashminas the size of tablecloths, no jokes! Needless to say, I don’t wear them, it would just get in my way all the time. If you like feeling all wrapped up, then go for it! I love this pashmina though, with the matching boots.
Warm colours for winter include rusts, reds, burnt orange, plums and violets. All those colours are “captured” in her scarf, excuse the pun!
Oh wow! A coat that got me all excited. I love the print, style and fabric with the figure belt. The bright scarf is a great idea.
Plum and black, a good combination for winter, compared to the all-black look. This is a very formal look which is suitable for work as well.
A glitzy black and gold look with a lovely clutch hand bag. This is perfect for a movie night or casual party with your besties.
Knits are my favourite winter items. This look is great for that day which seems to be the coldest day on the planet!
Leather never seems to outdate. Here’s a red coat dress with black pants and Turkish styled hijab.
Black and gold is always a striking combination. I love the waist coat.
Those were wonderful winter hijab styles, don’t you agree? Well, I think it’s time for me to get under the blankets, so until next time… happy snoring! I mean styling, happy styling!