It might be not a quite new design, as 'jilbab sosor' has been popular amongst the urban Muslimahs in Indonesia about a few months ago.
The design firstly introduced by a well-known Muslimah fashion designer, Dian Pelangi.
It's an instant or slip-on hijab, so you just have to slip on the hijab directly to your head, then wrap or twist the excessive flowing part of it in so many ways. No pins needed. Perhaps a beautiful brooch or some velvet pins can be added, if you want to spice it up.. :)
This "jilbab" comes in so many various colours in Dian's signature design, tie-dye motifs.
The best part is you don't have to wear a ninja headdress to get many looks of hjab style. Here are some appearances of 'jilbab sosor':
The plain part acts as the inner while the "colourful" part can be wrapped up according to your desire.
You can see how Dian Pelangi styled up the 'jilbab sosor' in her site, here, here, and here.
Another new collection of hijabs by Dian Pelangi that I noticed quite popular too is 'jilbab rajut' (= knitted shawl) that made in colour gradations.
Check out one look on how Dian Pelangi wear this kind of headscarf here.
Do you own Dian Pelangi's 'jilbab sosor' or 'jilbab rajut'? What is your thought about these kind of headscarves?
Do share a link / links in the comment's section below if you know any tutorials of the possibilities on how we can style up these scarves.. :)
(Editor's note: Indonesian people usually call hijab/headscarf/tudung/kerudung as 'jilbab')