Side-Braid Turban Tutorial for Hijabis

I posted this tutorial a short while back, and I wanted to share it here on my blog. I used to wear this turban style inspired by Ascia AKF after attempting it with a plain scarf that I bought from H&M. I wanted to try something new and found a really great tutorial by Yaz the Spaz, here. It’s a lot more comfortable and is super cute. It works with both a triangle scarf and a rectangular one. There are so many different styles people are doing nowadays… or at least, it seems like nowadays because I never saw any of this before I got Instagram :P! I love that you can go all out, style it up different ways and really create a look that represents YOU. I’m not at all interested in fashion, nor am I too risky when it comes to clothing. I like to be comfortable… I love my crocs :). I usually like what’s trendy, but I’m becoming less and less influenced by my peers. Fashion is fun, I like to see it, and maybe some day I’ll be a great shopper, but for now… I’m good. I love hijab, and I’m completely comfortable wearing the turban. If you want to know why I wear the turban my answer is simply, because I want to.

DC Mipsterz | A Very Mipsterz Xmas

Saturday Night –

Tamana is a makeup GURU; God bless her.
Tamana, my partner in crime & meee
took complete advantage of the penthouse restrooms, and we don’t care
Don’t let that smile fool you
clique-y
oh, you didn’t know? locker rooms are FUN.
oxford rules: selfie
I RSVP’d to two parties in one night… UGLY SWEATERS, no curfews, graduations, and high school reunions
ARE YOU TIRED OF RED YET?
Mipsterz isn’t really about anything too crazy, for those interested. Tamana and I walked into the room not knowing ANYONE. We didn’t see a single familiar face. It really didn’t matter for long… we were up and socializing and snacking on delicious sweets, and really just getting to know a bunch of really great people. Everyone was so openminded and to me, that’s what a real Mipster is. Mipster isn’t about the way you dress, or about your social status. It’s about who you are and how willing you are to let your real self shine. It’s so important to be an individual and to be comfortable in your own skin. We need to start supporting our community members and making some REAL progress in introducing Islam to those who don’t yet know about it. How can we do that if we’re too busy bashing one another within our own faith?? Seems ridiculous when I write it down… Seems completely counterproductive. Let’s focus on what’s important, and have a little fun while we’re at it. Open your mind, extend your hand, and be YOU.
xx

Turban Trial

Brothers

 

Atlanta

 

Road Trips

 

Frank Ocean

 

Somewhere between Tampa and Sarasota, Florida

Forida was HOT. With the turban being a fashion statement piece all over the world, I decided to try it out to cool myself down. It was AWESOME. I felt extremely comfortable, and extra breezy, and even got a compliment. I’ll rock it when I feel like it 😉