Just like women in Western countries, women in Middle East these days have also become conscious of their dressing style and have started experimenting with their traditional attire. They dress elegantly and yet maintain modesty in their clothing.
The culture and religious beliefs in Middle East countries requires women to cover their body in public. Hijabs are part of the dress code of Middle East women and are worn to cover the head and neck. Muslim women consider wearing hijab as an important part of their religious practice. It symbolizes their religion and belief. With changing fashion trends in Middle East, hijabs have now become an accessory for Muslim women and is worn in different style according to personal preference. Young girls wear bright color hijabs whereas older women prefer sober color hijabs.
Originally hijabs were black in color but now trendy and chic hijabs are being designed in different color, patterns and are worn in different styles which reflect the personal style of women such as pashmina hijab, long hijab and square hijab.
One-piece hijab is the most commonly used hijab style in most of the Middle East countries. This style is most suited for working women. This hijab style is most convenient and stays intact for a long time. For a more formal look, Kuwaiti hijab is appropriate. Kuwaiti hijab can be made by combining one-piece hijab with the long hijab. Traditional hijab style was wearing it in pashmina shawl style but with changing trends hijab fashion style varies with method of wrapping, print and fabrics. Pinning the hijabs with beautiful butterfly or flower hijab pins makes the hijab look more fashionable.