Hijab is not only for elder women but every girl who crosses a minimum age of 7 years. Hijab even looks good and provides modesty for school girls. PakeezaAnchalpresent latest veils, scarfs and Hijabs for School Girls.
Maroon Scarf worn by School Girl over a jeans jacket and red chequered shirt.
Most of the School Girls are wearing Hijab for modesty and safety.
College going girl in London wearing a black and grey Hijab.
Asian Girl wearing Hijab over a jeans and one piece
School Girl in USA wearing simple cream Hijab over a white shirt.
Hijab is a simple veil which covers head and chest of a women from Non mehrams. A Non-mehram is a person who is not from her family.
Hijab is practices through-out the world as a symbol of modesty and Islamic tradition. Now a days Hijab is in fashion as it not only makes you look beautiful, simple, elegant yet keep you safe from public eyes.
Hijab are mostly worn by Muslim Girls as a part of religious reason and cultural identity. Hijabs comes in different designs and can be worn in different styles based on the occasions. From Causal to party Wear, Party Wear to Simple and simple to modest.
We present you few of the best Hijab Step-by-step Tutorials to choose a perfect Hijab style for every occasion.
Hijab for Women in Islam means covering her assets which shouldn’t be seen by others (non-Mehram). Women in Arab countires wear Hijab where ever they go. They wear beautiful head scarf, mufflers or dupatta which is draped over the head and hair.
Hijab is a traditional muslim clothing for women in Isman which acts as a symbol of modesty, shyness and simplicity. Muslim women wear the hijab in front of those people (non-Mehram), men who do not belong to their family.
Hijabs have now been a trend for every woman and comes in stylish designs and varied colors.
Islamic Hijab for Women in India & Pakistan or be it any country, it means the same. PakeezaAnchal.com bring you the latest Hijab Styles & Hijab Designs 2016-17 for Women.
Modern Hijab styles for women across India, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, Dubai, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and Bangladesh.