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3 simple Ana Bedouin hijab styles

 

The best thing about our Ana Bedouin Collection is how versatile it is! Our growing ranges allow you to mix and match colours and prints to create different hijab looks and styles.

You can keep it classic, urban or urban classic.

By using a hijab and bandana combination of our choice, we're here to show you how... (psst, did we mention no pins are required?!)

 

1. THE CLASSIC STYLE

We love the classic style.

The best thing about this style is the full coverage it provides. You too can easily achieve this look by selecting a hijab and bandana of your choice. Using our step by step tutorial as reference, leave one side of the hijab longer than the other, so once the bandana is tied in place, you can loosely wrap the longer side around your head and style as required.

Yes, It's that simple.

 

2. THE URBAN STYLE

 

If you want to change it up, the urban style is a go to, more casual look. This style also allows for chest coverage, as the hijab hangs long, side by side.

For extra neck coverage, you can pair this look with a higher neckline garment from our collection or you can simply wear as shown.

 

3. THE URBAN CLASSIC

 

Feeling torn between our first 2 styles? (can you blame a girl) - Our urban classic is a happy medium.

Leaving one side of the hijab long and the other side short, casually throw the longer side around the chest and over the shoulder to provide that extra coverage. The hijab remains loose around the face and neck area, which is ideal in hotter climates.

This best thing about this look is that it requires very little effort, so if your lifestyle is manic and busy on a day-to-day basis, we couldn't suggest an easier style to replicate. Simply throw on, tie and go!

 

 

If you have any questions or suggestions, leave your comments below.

You can also read our blog: HOW TO STYLE OUR ANA BEDOUIN HIJABS

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