As a bride, there are probably a hundred thousand things on your mind as you prepare for your big day. One of those things is probably how you’re going to wear your hijab.
For brides of some cultures, incorporating hijab into the traditional wedding dress might be tricky, while for others, it might already be embedded in the way the outfit is created. Depending on whether anyone you know wore hijab on their wedding day, you can find yourself stuck, trying to figure out how best to incorporate hijab into your outfit in a way that makes you feel comfortable and confident in the way you look.
Below, I’ve compiled a list of Bridal Hijab Looks to give you a sense of some of the ways you can style your hijab. Whether you choose a cultural outfit or a more Western white dress look, there is no reason you cannot wear hijab with it.
So think outside the box and have a look at these bridal hijab looks!
As Muslims, we belong to a variety of cultures and ethnic groups, and so our wedding looks are naturally going to be very different across the board. And thus there is no one right way to wear hijab on your wedding day. You might have friends and relatives around you who may try to dissuade you from wearing hijab on this important day. They might tell you that because it’s the most important day of your life, it’s okay to leave the hijab at home that day, to take a break, and really deck yourself out from head to toe. But you need to stay firm in your decision to wear hijab, even on your wedding day. Because it, like every other day, is a day you’ll be accountable for. So why break the rules just for one day?
Some of our cultures make us believe that the hijab will clash with our wedding day outfit and that it’ll prevent us from looking beautiful. But that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Your wedding day may be one of the most important days of your life, but there is no reason why you shouldn’t feel beautiful and confident in your hijab.
Hope you found this useful, girls!