If I'm not mistaken, this style was first introduced by Rabia Zargarpur, a renowned Muslimah clothing designer from Dubai, UAE, with her signature gathered top sheyla.
|Rabia Z. signature gathered top sheyla (it's on sale now on her site)|
And not too long ever since, following the blooming of these asymmetrical draped-look shawls, there are a mass production of asymmetrical inner scarves, especially in Indonesia, with this kind of "ruffle" on the forehead which gives an illusion of asymmetric.
Salsabeela by Ollie, a Muslimah-clothing online shop based in Indonesia, also designed and produced this kind of "hair bangs" inner scarves.
Salsabeela's crown and Salsabeela's polem
Some people thought this style can make you look younger instantly ;)
Nowadays, particularly in hijab shops in Indonesia, there are lots of variation and modification on this asymmetrical hijabs, either on the scarves/shawls themself or on the inners.
|Salsabeela's polem in a form of inner ninja|
So.. now you can choose, to simply buy the instant asymmetrical-look scarves; Or, make your own by following this tutorial, taught by the renowned beautiful Sister Amenakin of Pearl Daisy.
This wrap from Amenakin was called Asymmenakin.. ;)
Below are one of her looks using this wrap style..
This is also one of my favorite looks of her.. Looks very stylish and beautiful as always, doesn't she? :)
(Video and photos credit: Amenakin of Pearl Daisy Ltd.)
My DIY (Do-It-Yourself):Make your own asymmetrical hijab look by making a ruffle on the forehead-side of your inner scarf or your hijab, then sewing the ruffle to make the ruffle stay in shape... Voilaaaa!!! You now have an asymmetrical-look hijab/inner.
You can add beads, a bow from ribbon, or knitted flower, by sewing it right on top of the ruffle to spice up the look.. ;)
So, what do you think, lovelies? Which one do you like, the symmetrical or asymmetrical hijab style?
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