Here is the scoop on how our models tied their scarves:

The scarves that are worn “turban style” (Leyla Jacket) are tied as follows:

1. Place the scarf on your head with ends draped equally on both sides 2. Cross the ends of the scarf behind your head at the nape of you neck and pull fairly tight
3. Bring up the ends of the scarf above your head and tie in a knot on top of your head and slightly to the side.
4. Fluff the ends of the knot into a bow

The scarves that are worn “hijab style” (Rima Shirt) are draped as follows:

Start with a longer scarf (at least 20x 70 inches)

1. Place the scarf on your head with ends draped equally on both sides 2. Cross the ends of the scarf behind your head at the nape of you neck and knot fairly tight, leaving your earlobes visible (this allows you to wear earrings, if you wish)
3. Bring the corners of the scarf forward over each shoulder and cross to the opposite side of the head (left scarf corner to right side of head and right scarf corner to left side) and then lift to the rear top of your head. Secure both corners at the rear top of your head with a pin. One corner of each short edge of the scarf will be free to cover the knotted scarf at the nape of your neck.

Hope this helps!

 

3 Responses to Scarf Tying, Artizara Style

  1. Wana says:

    I wish to add a testimonial, but for some reason there is no text box where I could do that.

    I am really impressed with the quality of the products and the customer service from this website. Unfortunatelly they did not have my size, so I had to ask for a refund for the wonderfull jacket that I ordered (the quality and appearance is very good, and totally as shown in the picture, not deceiving marketing photos). The Artizara staff is really nice and professional, quick and accurate response to my questions, and acting with integrity and ethics. They are the true example of real Muslim, MashaAllah, and after speaking on the phone with them, it makes you wish to be a better person, to be more forgiving, soft-spoken and respectful to others, as they are!

    Although I am not a muslim (yet), I am in the process of learning about Islam and I read your blogs regularly. I am gratefull for being exposed to very good and inspiring examples of Muslim brothers and sisters, and the Artizara staff is among these great examples.

    Thank you for such a great experience, I am pleased to know about you and do business with you! May Allah give you his best care and mercy! Subhan Allah!

  2. Reema says:

    This is rather helpful!! Thank you!!!!

  3. kim says:

    you can find any black (sister)muslim to model? i will not spend my money with a site as this one.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

     

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>