Hijab styles by Wegdan

Wegdan is a hijab fashion designer who puts together all sorts of hijab styles that are quite unique.

We just got a note that the site is now up and running, so you’re the first to know about this!

The designer, Hamza Wegdan, has hijabs for bridal, casual and dressy events. What’s neat is that they’re all self-contained. No need to work with a million pieces to put together the head wear, it’s ready for you to do.

Wegdan is based out of Egypt so that is probably one of the main reasons it’s so interesting and full of a variety of different hijab styles.

Check out some of the styles:

Designer hijab style

Sugar Crumbs $25.50

Designer hijab style

Nora $24.50

Designer hijab style

Side Coco $25.00

Designer wedding hijab style

Feather $100.00

Designer casual hijab style

Habiba $25.50

What do you think? Would you order any of these?

This article has 12 comments

  1. nilo

    I love the first and the last one, it’s great for special occasions and weddings
    would wear it outdoors too.

  2. Kelly

    Ooooo, that habiba is hot.

  3. Jodi

    Really nice and for women of all ages. 🙂 I would order one for sure!

  4. caraboska

    Here’s the link to shipping info:

    http://wegdan.com/web09/catalog/shippinghandling.php?osCsid=3174fc6812d99fa2ef3f17c59513a7b2

    I’ve seen much worse, actually. Obviously it pays to buy 3, 6, 9 or 12 of them – you’ll see why if you look. Including the handling fee, let’s say you buy three of them, each one will cost you ca. 7 USD, for a total cost of at most 22 USD for shipping and handling, depending on your location. For Pakistan or the States, it would be 19 USD. So probably you don’t have to just dream 🙂

    PS out of these pics here, I like the Nora model the best. I guess I’d have to figure out what to do with that bun though – I’ve already got a huge one out back as it is, and I don’t want to look totally ridiculous…

  5. Mariam Sobh

    Donna they have directions for care on the website by each scarf when you click on it

    Nazeeya lol that would be cool if they flew you over there 🙂 I wonder if someone will start carrying them here in the states. Maybe I should give it a go hehe.

  6. Nazeeya

    Masha Allah…the first two are so my style. My only concern is the care they would require (dry cleaning etc.) and the shipping cost. I live in the States. Maybe if I but 50 or more they could fly me to Egypt and I can save them the mailing fee! A muslima can dream, LOL

    May the business be a great success insha Allah. Ameen

  7. Donna

    I have to agree with Fatin, this is one of the nicest hijabs I’ve seen in a while.
    I’m just wondering if this can be washed or just dry clean ?

  8. Fatin

    Waaaw… love those hijabs… especially the first one.

  9. Mariam Sobh

    Maryam yeah the shipping is a lot, but maybe if you contact them they’ll be able to work something out , you never know 🙂

    Caraboska haha you’re too funny!

    Molly I agree these are beautiful. Finally something that isn’t too funky looking. 🙂

  10. Molly Darden

    Definitely! They’re beautiful, and apparently easy to wear.

  11. caraboska

    Eyepopping masha’Allah. I think the question is rather not whether, but when and how many…

  12. Maryam

    i am so in love with these scarves!! sadly i can’t order them. i live in pakistan and the shipping charges are gonna cost me a lot 🙁 dying to get them though :p

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