"But Billal, you don't even wear a Hijab... and you don't know how to wear a Hijab... and you have no experience in fashion... and you once got in trouble for calling that really short girl who wears a green Hijab a, 'lepreKHAN.' Then you chased her."
Firstly, there is nothing ignorant about believing that green Hijabis bring you good luck— that's just science. Secondly, are you telling me that I'm not allowed to discuss a topic because I might be ignorant toward the subject matter? I'll have you know this is the internet! And, for your information, I've conducted 25 very intense minutes of painstaking, Google research.
Anyway, we're getting way off topic.
As the title suggests, let's analyze some scarf swag.
This Hijab style isn't uncommon.
The scarf is wrapped around the head to give of the effect of multiple, folded layers. It's actually very easy to do— probably. I don't know.
The layers create a swirly, hypnotic border around the face almost resembling a rose —a suspicious, terrifying Middle Eastern rose.
Also, it's a great way to stop from getting searched at an airport.
I'm more of a Simpsons person, but this is still pretty awesome.
It's fun. It's cool.
Also, where do you even buy one?
In terms of fashion, how you fold the Hijab or its pattern/colour isn't always the most important thing. In some cases it's all about the over-the-top(literally) accessories.
Some people think these look a bit silly. Personally, I love it when people go all out and in your face with whatever they wear.
Bigger. Brighter. Better.
Unlike almost all the Hijabs thus far, this ones uniqueness comes from using a short, choppy, layered, drape-like outer material.
It's not very aerodynamic, so it does slow you down when you're ballin' on the court.
To compensate for that fact, you're going to have to talk mad trash.
"Yo. Yo. Yo. I ain't gonna break out my athletic hijab for this chump. I'm a school dis fool in my street clothes son. No lie. No lie."
21 points later.
"Yo. This game was rigged son! I wasn't wearing the right kind of Hijab. Man, I would go KOBE on your ass if I was wearing my other Hijab. Real talk."
Everyone who wears a Hijab knows that it can sometimes get very chilly.
I don't know. I don't wear one.
The point is, here is an elegant gray, wool outer Hijab layer with matching arm warmers.
Also, sunglasses, presumably to protect from the powerful albedo effect of the snow.
Now that's classy.
This is what a lot people see when they look at a Hijabi anyway.
While probably not an everyday look, it is a great incorporation of the Hijab into one of the best movie/comic villains of all time.
I want to see her as Bain next. Although, that would be a far better idea for a Niqabi.
In all my hours of being a Hijab fashion expert, this is probably the most unique way I've ever seen a Hijab worn, and I don't say that often.
Why isn't the head band used more often?
Maybe it has something to do with the, "Brojabi Code."
Rule 1: There are not rules only Hijabs
Rule 2: God help the sister who does more than Salam my Mister
Rule 3: If you get your Hijab caught or stuck in anything, just act like it didn't happen.
This is probably the most unique way I've ever seen a Hijab worn, and I don't say that often.
Although it must be a nightmare sitting behind her at movie theaters, this is what I call, boldly repin' yo' style.
Very cool, very laid back and loose. You can tell it's well put together, but there's also an heir of effortlessness.
"Oh, is my Hijab looking totally awesome right now? I didn't notice. I just toss it in the air and it randomly lands on my head looking like this. What evs."
If you would like to weigh in with your opinion for whatever reason, you can vote up which Hijab(s) you thought should be number 1.
While this is simply a token gesture on my part to promote the feeling of participation, your opinion is of course valued etc etc.