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14 Bridal Hijab Styles for Muslim Brides

Published on July 24, 2020


A wedding is one of the most important days in a woman's life. Styling a hijab is very easy and there are many videos online that have tutorials on how to wear the perfect hijab. If you are a bride-to-be who has decided to be a hijabi on your big day, then we give you the perfect color combinations and designs to pair with your bridal dress. Here are 14 hijab styles for Muslim brides.

But before we go there, here are some bridal hijab styling tips.

  • Don't combine too many different colors. If your dress and accessories are of different shades, match the color of hijab to at least one of the outfit so that your attire doesn't look out of sync.
  • If you want to use the dupatta that came with your dress, always use plain fabric and use the dupatta over it to flaunt the look.
  • Use head jewelry accessories to enhance your look.
  • Always keep an extra hijab with you in case any mishap happens such as food spills or stains etc.

How to wear hijab for your wedding?

Jhumar to bridal hijabs

A dress can look as stunning for the bride even if isn't completely covered by embroidery or zari work. You can use embroidery only on the top part of the dress while the skirt can be left plain. This way it doesn't become too heavy for the bride to handle. Take a look at this picture where the bride wears not so heavily embroidered dress with jewelry on the scarf to look more stylish and different.

Red bridal attire

One of the most desirable dress on a person's wedding day, red is considered the shade of weddings as well as a symbol of love paired with the color white. Needless to say, the combination of these two powerful shades is simply alluring. A light-colored bridal hijab with fully embroidered red dupatta makes the bride look gorgeous.

Bridal hijab with matching dupatta

If you want to wear a fancy dress and wear jewelry differently, try wearing a piece of head jewelry to give your hijab a cute and elegant look. You can also pair your shirt with a pair of palazzos instead of floor-length gown or straight pants. It will not only make you look unique but also makes it easy for you to handle the bridal dress. Match your dupatta with your dress or go for a contrasting shade but ensure that your hijab should match your dupatta as seen in the picture.

Contrast hijab color with the dress

Bright color and simple frocks with a different color hijab with minimal embroidery on the neckline looks cute and classy. Match your hijab to the shade of the lace at the hem of your dress OR with the color of the embroidery of your bridal dress. The heavy embroidery on the neck acts as a fantastic alternative for a neckpiece as wearing a necklace with the hijab is almost impossible. Make sure to wear a dress that extends past the knees and match it with a skirt rather than a floor-length gown.

Bridal hijab style in summers

Wear a Pakistani style frock with light silver head jewelry that will make even a simple dress look stylish at your wedding reception. For instance, this bride looks gorgeous who has paired her hijab with the dupatta thus getting more drapes and looking cute and stunning.

Nude-shaded bridal hijab

This simple silk skirt and embroidered gold and the pink top looks simply striking. Tea pink color is also an excellent shade that looks "in style" and gorgeous. Use this shade for your Nikkah or reception ceremony which will give you an innocent and young look. Go for fancy embroidery work on your silk flared gown and scarf that will make you a stunner.

Maxi gown for Muslim bride

This deep purple maxi gown can be paired with a slightly beige lace top. Pair your bridal hijab with the same shade as the maxi gown. The soft silk adds an elegant flow to your skirt and as you enter the arena gives you a royal look.

All-white bridal wear

Many brides love being simple on their weddings and parties. A printed hijab with your simple outfit and a sequined blazer makes you shine on your big day. This attire is best suited for a reception or post-wedding party as it allows you to dance around without having you worried about long-tail behind your dress.

Matha Patti on Scarf

Light shades are trending these days. If you are not a fan of heavy embellishments, then choose light-colored bridal wear and add a head jewelry on your hijab to complete the look. Finish the look with shimmery eye makeup and a bold, dark lip to complete your look and add some color to it.

Perfect in Pearls

One of the best bridal hijab styles is this pearl embedded hijab that is combined with pearl-beaded bridal wear. Turkish brides usually wear white gowns on their wedding day. If you love to do the same, then this pearl embedded bridal attire with matching hijab is sure to be a show-stealer.

Bridal wear for Nikah

On your engagement ceremony, try something that is less yet more. Blue is an ideal color for the Nikah as it represents a fresh shade that is equally light to highlight your beauty. Skin or beige hijab with embroidered dupatta will make you look so beautiful that all eyes will be on you.

Contemporary Hijabi bride

As everyone goes with the trends, here is your chance to try something different and be unique. For instance, this electric blue-colored gown with a layered fishtail cut is sure to make heads turn. Complete the look with a studded hijab.

Hijab with Head jewelry

This aqua color maxi dress with a hint of white looks heavenly and chic. As it is sleeveless, substitute the sleeve by pairing it with a white blazer. Complete the look with sparkly silver heels and a white clutch. Add a bright color lipstick in your makeup to complement the attire.

Royal bridal hijab

Hijabs can be worn with any bridal dress. These regal brides made their hijabs more prominent by enhancing it with heavy embroidery and jewels. They used matching-colored hijabs

Final thoughts

We hope you loved the 10 bridal hijab styles for Islamic brides. Go all out with your appearance and be as experimental as you want without any judgment or without feeling self-conscious.

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