Ladies are always seeking easy, wearable styles and the Turkish hijab is perfect. Many of us are overwhelmed by the abundance of hijab fashion pictorials as well as videos. We then decide to follow along and to our dismay, it doesn’t quite turn out as planned. Sometimes, this is when a new style is born, but for those who are not on the creative and daring side, we have compiled a special edition on simple ways to wear hijab. We will also show you how to wear the Turkish style accompanied by matching outfits. One thing I have noted on the Turkish style, is their outfits all look tailor-made and are classy and very feminine too.
This hijab style is very universal, as it can be worn for casual as well as formal occasional wear. I even found some absolutely gorgeous bridal gowns with the Turkish hijab style. I am sure you will love it. Please have a look at the video tutorial which will be attached after the collection of inspirational fashion seen below.
Turkish Hijab For Casual Wear
This outfit is right on trend! The maxi printed skirt, leather waist belt and pastel coloured scarf. A great outfit for a casual stroll in the city centre.
Here we see the tailor-made look I spoke of earlier. This is a classy look for autumn/spring. The cigarette pants are also one of the favourites and key essentials for your wardrobe.
A summer outfit. The Turkish scarf is either single coloured or printed silk. They have a simple style of dressing and will bring some detail through their scarf choice. This scarf brings a pop of colour to this outfit.
A maxi dress, clutch and maxi scarf. The Turkish also use the maxi scarf but instead of creating a volumous look, they simply drape the two ends over their shoulders.
I love the two-toned satin scarf, it completes the green and brown themed look.
Nude colours are very fashionable and worn by most girls at the moment. Why not complete your outfit with a nude coloured scarf.
A lovely outfit with a simple hijab style.
When you’re wearing a glitzy outfit and need to tone things down a bit, the simple, elegant Turkish hijab style seen above, is the way to go.
Oh wow! I love the drop of this dress and the colour is simply gorgeous. Here we see how simple can be smart.
Using a scarf of a contrasting colour can also bring an interesting element to your finished look. Since the dress is floral print, you would want to wear a plain coloured scarf. A floral scarf with a floral printed dress would be a bit too much floral, so she got the balance just right.
A beautifully detailed bodice and a simple hijab style is definitely the way to go. You should always decide on your focus point, will it be your outfit or your hijab style and take it from there. Here, she decided to focus on the outfit.
Create a dramatic look by bringing out the least featured colour of your outfit, in your hijab. Here we see maroon flowers on her bodice and instead of wearing a matching green scarf, she wore a maroon one.
This colour palette is the opposite of the one we viewed before. Here we see her wearing an all-black outfit and bringing a pop of colour with a pastel blue blouse.
Beautiful Turkish Bridal Hijab Styles
If you love pink, then this is the look for you. A beautifully detailed bodice with matching headpiece and veil.The perfect outfit for any bride.
Many girls like to wear red and gold on their wedding day. If you aren’t keen on wearing the traditional wear, why not wear a western dress. The buttons down the back are also quite popular with brides.
Blue is probably the first favourite colour anyone ever had and why not wear it on your wedding day. Pastel blues are very fashionable and I think it looks very exquisite teamed with gold. The gold edging on the scarf is lovely too.
If you don’t want to wear white on your wedding day, then you can opt for creams or off white. The dress colour above is very soft and still has the crisp look of a white wedding.
Turkish Style Hijab Tutorial For 2015
Those were some wonderful Turkish hijab styles. I feel so inspired to try them even though I’m not fond of simple styles, I like them complicated and over-the-top! However, should you like this style, please try it out and see if it works for you, happy styling.