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    How I Style Leopard Print with Faux Fur



    It’s no secret that I’m well and truly into leopard print this season. I’ve always been a fan but in the past, leopard print had yellow and brown accents, which I don't prefer. This autumn though, something has clicked. The prints in the shops are chicer, less yellow, more brown and suddenly the whole things feels a bit more grown up and I’m now desperately trying to find a way to incorporate it into every outfit that I wear.


    One way to ease yourself into wearing the print is to simply throw on a lightweight leopard scarf, here I incorporated a touch of leopard with a H & M scarf, (similar style here) paired with a white shirt and a black wrap coat for a very put together daytime fall look.




    After years of hesitation and second-guessing myself, I finally bought a fur vest. I had decided this year was the year I was going to buy one, and when I found an amazing H &M, (similar) piece on sale, I knew it was a sign. I love my fur vest because I think it’s perfect for fall weather. It’s a great layering piece that will keep you cozy without suffocating you, and it’s also a nice statement item that will catch the attention of others. Oh, and obvious side note: my vest is faux fur. I don’t wear animals!
    Anyway, if you also own a fur vest or want to buy one, you probably feel a little confused about when and how you should wear it. I get it, I’m in the same boat. I have a few cute outfits in mind for my vest, but I’m also left a little clueless. How can you incorporate a fur vest into your fall wardrobe without looking too over-the-top or silly? Wait for my Fall / Winter lookbook  coming next Sunday. Subscribe to my Youtube channel to get an update!



    SHOP THIS LOOK

    Scarf: H & M

    Coat: MAX MARA

    Shirt: ZARA

    Faux Fur Gilet: H & M, Similar

    Sunglasses: CELINE



    Peace and Love,

    Yasmin



    I AM Yasmin is a Canadian lifestyle blog written by Yasmin, a 21 year old writer, photographer, and blogger. Yasmin established I AM YASMIN in 2016 during her final year studying at University. The blog covers her Lifestyle, along with many other categories including Fashion, Beauty, Food and Travel and regularly posts on her blog.

    With a childhood growing up in Kenya, her everyday style has stemmed from her love of the  casual chic way of dressing. With a love for premium fashion and beauty, she hopes to inspire her readers, along with showing them you can get the simplistic everyday chic look for less
    Check out her latest videos over on her Youtube Channel, or head over to the home page to catch up on her newest blog posts, or find her on InstagramTwitter, and Snapchat as iamyasminh.

    MY HIJAB STORY ADVICE + VIDEO


    Assalam Aleikum, Lovelies! No matter where you are in your hijab journey, I hope that I can inspire and encourage you through my experiences inshaAllah. I know many would agree with me when I say that the hijab is basically an expression of spirituality and a personal bond with one's creator, a tangible spiritual reminder that guides everyday life.In any case, I hope you enjoy reading this post and advice. My advice is based on my personal experience and lessons I have learnt. I I hope you can find the hijab a little easier with my tips inshAllah.


    1. Start with small steps. Hijab is definitely more than just a scarf around your hair (even though that is the scariest part). I always dressed pretty modesty for a teenage girl, wearing the occasional 3/4 sleeves but the main area I needed a lot of work was the gym. I am a gym fanatic and I wore long sleeve tops and yoga pants to the gym regularly. However, I didn't take into consideration how my workout clothes were so tight. I was just focused on how full coverage the outfit was but now I realize that it was too tight. Now, I made the transition to jogging pants and a loose top and I still feel normal at the gym. I cannot imagine going back to short sleeve tops. Starting slow with your overall outfit choices is the easiest way to make transition to wearing the hijab. test.


    2. Follow hijab bloggers and vloggers for inspiration and advice for modest dressing. Try to define your personal style. This is so important when it comes to feeling confident and beautiful in your hijab. Whether you are girly, minimal, boho, sophisticated, classic, hipster, artsy…you can incorporate hijab into your personal style and still be the same girl you have always been!! Take a look at my Youtube channel and the different hijab styles I have posted. Find which hijab style works the BEST for you and stick with it. Afterwards, you can experiment with different hijab styles.
    3. Make an effort to do things for yourself that make you feel beautiful. Once in a while when I started wearing hijab, my mother organized a girl's party at my house, made homemade desserts, wore cute dresses, we did our hair and makeup, and enjoyed an assortment of different hot chai tea! Getting your girlfriends together and getting all dolled up really helps you feel good about yourself. As hijabis, we don’t get the opportunity to dress up like other girls and sometimes it can leave us resenting hijab and feeling left out. It was the best day ever and I really felt like I wasn't left out. Also, I was guilty of continually leaving it in buns and pretty much forgetting about it.  Now, I make an effort to fix my hair more often by tying fishtail braids and experimenting with temporary hair dye for events. It doesn’t matter if its only my family, friends and I who will see it that day, because it makes me feel good about myself!


    4. Remind yourself of the reason for wearing hijab in the first place. If I ever receive any negativity or if I am just having a trouble with my self-confidence in my hijab that day, I always bring myself right back to the reason I started in the first place. Knowing that I am fulfilling an obligation with my Lord and knowing there is immense reward in what I am doing always makes me feel stronger. I want you to know that by wearing hijab, you are not oppressed. Wearing hijab declares that you are an obedient servant to the Greatest Master and you are free from any man-made system. We are not worried about how our bodies look to other people as we pass by, because that is not who we are trying to impress. We are not worried if our way of life does not fit into the puzzle pieces of society, because that is not who we are striving to please. Now that I feel more confident in hijab, I can’t describe to you the feeling I have when I wear it out in public other than free

    If you are struggling with hijab, my best advice would be to make dua and ask Allah (SWT) to make it easy on you and to make you love it. He knows our struggles better than we know them ourselves and is the only One with the power to make it easier for us. Never underestimate the power of prayer. 


    5. Know that wearing hijab will NOT stop you from doing anything you want to do in life. I have lots of dreams of what I would like to do in my life while I am still alive. I never limit my ambitions for travel, going on a backpacking trip across Europe, swimming with dolphins, running a 10k marathon, climb Mount Kilimanjaro, swim under a waterfall and work in multiple countries. I want you to know that hijab will not stop you from anything you want to do in your life! You may have to work harder to find modest clothing for any occasion, but Allah will reward you for every struggle and is proudly watching as His slave strives to please Him.


    Peace and Love,


    Yasmin


    I AM Yasmin is a Canadian lifestyle blog written by Yasmin, a 21 year old writer, photographer, and blogger. Yasmin established I AM YASMIN in 2016 during her final year studying at University. The blog covers her Lifestyle, along with many other categories including Fashion, Beauty, Food and Travel and regularly posts on her blog.

    With a childhood growing up in Kenya, her everyday style has stemmed from her love of the  casual chic way of dressing. With a love for premium fashion and beauty, she hopes to inspire her readers, along with showing them you can get the simplistic everyday chic look for less
    Check out her latest videos over on her Youtube Channel, or head over to the home page to catch up on her newest blog posts, or find her on InstagramTwitter, and Snapchat as iamyasminh.

    THE PERFECT WEDDING OUTFIT : MAKEUP + OOTD



    So wedding season is upon us and love is in the air! As the wedding invites start to arrive, it’s time to think about what to wear. For this particular wedding, it was a traditional somali evening and I borrowed my outfit from my Mama, who has amazing silk dresses. In Somali, the dresses are called dirac, and they come in a variety of different colours and prints. 
    This dress is the perfect choice for a wedding, it has a lovely classic maxi length shape but its bold print means you can work the dress for a variety of styles of wedding by accessorizing with different colours. I’ve pulled out the yellow in the dress by adding a white and yellow hijab, gold chain bag and cream slingbacks. 
    You could also wear a white cover up with white fascinator for a different look altogether. I’ve chosen a larger sized bag rather than a clutch as I have lots of wedding essentials I like to take including my camera to capture the day, tissues for the possible tears, and confetti for the photo op.


    For makeup I’d definitely suggest a primer to keep your makeup in place. For daytime weddings, keep your makeup simple and light, and then add a quick coat of mascara and a spot of lippy for the evening. Hijab wise I think it’s worth carrying some extra hijab pins and an extra hijab to sort out any disasters – I always tend to get my hijab dirty at weddings from all the hugging and dancing. Oops, yes I am a full on child at events!

      Watch the video below to see my Get Ready With Me: Wedding Edition as it includes my favourite glam makeup look. Make sure to stop by my youtube channel and subscribe for more content!



    The night ended with an amazing somali music and phenomenal traditional dancers. It was the best Saturday ever.



    Peace and Love,

    Yasmin



    I AM Yasmin is a Canadian lifestyle blog written by Yasmin, a 21 year old writer, photographer, and blogger. Yasmin established I AM YASMIN in 2016 during her final year studying at University. The blog covers her Lifestyle, along with many other categories including Fashion, Beauty, Food and Travel and regularly posts on her blog.

    With a childhood growing up in Kenya, her everyday style has stemmed from her love of the  casual chic way of dressing. With a love for premium fashion and beauty, she hopes to inspire her readers, along with showing them you can get the simplistic everyday chic look for less
    Check out her latest videos over on her Youtube Channel, or head over to the home page to catch up on her newest blog posts, or find her on InstagramTwitter, and Snapchat as iamyasminh.


    SUNDAY CONFESSTIONS: START OVER EACH MORNING.




    As time wears on, I find myself becoming more and more of a private person. I’ve been blogging for almost one month now and have voluntarily shared so much of myself online, from things as mundane as my makeup routine to my hijab story. These days, the more I put myself out there – particularly in front of the camera (where you can’t hide from anyone) – the more I crave time behind the lens.

    EVERDAY "NO MAKEUP" MAKEUP ROUTINE + VIDEO

    Fall is the perfect time to try the no-makeup look (if you haven’t already). It’s all about a fresh faced glow and letting your natural beauty shine through. It also feels lighter on the skin, allowing you to breathe a little easier and worry less about touching up throughout the day. These simple steps are easy and quick to do before you head out the door on your next adventure.

    Step one: Apply a BB cream or sheer foundation. Always start with a clean and moisturized face and wait five to ten minutes after applying serum. I love the W3LL People Narcissist Foundation Stick or Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation. These both give a gentle kiss of colour and smooth out uneven skin tone. The key is to let your natural skin shine through, not completely cover it up. Tip: Blend with clean fingertips.

    Step two: Conceal any blemishes with a small concealer brush and the under eye area by patting with your ring finger. I used the W3LL People Foundation Stick again to pinpoint any dark spots and discolourations to instantly mask them.
    Tap off excess on your brush and gently press into the under eye area instead of sweeping the brush. Same goes for setting any blemishes you’ve concealed—press into the skin or else you’ll disturb the concealer you’ve so carefully placed. If needed, apply a light layer of mineral foundation powder on your nose, forehead, chin, or anywhere you tend to get shiny. For this, the RMS "Un" Powder is wonderful.

    Step three: Create a bronze flush on the cheeks. Powder bronzers are fantastic for creating a natural appearance. For this look, we used Guerlain Terracotta Bronzing Powder in shade 7. Gently pat and blend on the apples of your cheeks, making sure the edges are thoroughly blended out. This will last all day and you won’t get a caked on look that can happen with a contour.
    Step four: Eyebrow time! Comb and fill in empty spots in your brows and set with a gel. Resist filling them in too heavily, however make sure they are defined to pull the look together. I love the Suqqu Balancing Eyebrow Palette in Moss Green. You can tint and set at the same time. Double win.

    Step six: Curl lashes and apply mascara. I used my all-time favourite, W3LL People Expressionist Mascara  for naturally separated, lengthened lashes. This doesn’t create dramatic lashes but instead creates flirty and effortless lashes that wash off surprisingly easily at the end of the day. 
    Step seven: Finish with a moisturizing lip color that complements your natural skin tone and warms your face—a ‘your lips but better’ shade. Try L'oreal Colour Riche Lipstick in Liya's Nude. This is the perfect lipstick for medium to dark skin tones.

    That’s it! Now let your hair down and let your inner beauty glow through!

    Peace and Love,
    Yasmin

    SHOP THE PRODUCTS



    W3LL People Narcissist Foundation Stick in Shade 7

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    RMS "Un" Powder

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    Real techniques brush set

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    Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Radiant Light

    http://seph.me/2gspqnL


    Guerlain Terracotta Bronzing Powder in Shade 7

    http://seph.me/2feFM6e


    Suqqu Balancing Eyebrow Palette 01 in Moss Green

    http://amzn.to/2gsx0yN


    Kat von D Shade and Light Eye Palette

    http://seph.me/2gaWJeL


    W3LL People Expressionist Mascara

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    L'OREAL Liya's Nude Lipstick

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    HOW TO GET THE PERFECT WINGED LINER




    One beauty look that is always on rotation for me is the winged cateye look. It’s flattering on literally everyone, as it makes your eyes appear bigger and more feminine. It’s also perfect for formal occasions, or even just running to the grocery store – truly universal! However when done incorrectly, a chic final touch can turn into raccoon eyes if you’re not careful. Achieving the perfect winged eyeliner look all about finding the right balance of liner with your lid. 

    Start first by taking a look at the size of your eyelids. I know it may sound weird to analyze your own eyelids, but it really does make a difference when choosing the right thickness of eyeliner. Maybe you have big doe eyes with large eyelids (like myself), or hooded eyes that make you lids appear smaller (think Blake Lively, or even Asian eyes). The winged look is good for anyone regardless of your eye shape, and all shapes are beautiful! If your eyelids are on the bigger side, play with thicker eyeliner, or if your lids are on the smaller side, try a thinner line with more of an elongated “flick”. 

    Personally, my lids are big and round shaped, so for me the best eyeliner thickness is usually medium. A trick I learned from my makeup artist is to start by drawing a “rough sketch” of your liner with neutral brown shadow to create the desired shape and symmetry. Then, go over it with a gel liner or liquid liner pen. Gently extend the liner past the corner of your eye, to create the “flick”. How long the flick is is up to you and your shape. Finish off the look with Ardell Wispies lashes. Voilá! Click below for some of my favorite liquid eyeliners.




    Personally, my lids are big and round shaped, so for me the best eyeliner thickness is usually medium. A trick I learned from my makeup artist is to start by drawing a “rough sketch” of your liner with neutral brown shadow to create the desired shape and symmetry. Then, go over it with a gel liner or liquid liner pen. Gently extend the liner past the corner of your eye, to create the “flick”. How long the flick is is up to you and your shape. Finish off the look with Ardell Wispies lashes. Voilá! Click below for some of my favorite liquid eyeliners.

    SHOP MY FAVOURITE EYELINERS BELOW!



    Kat von D Tattoo Liner

    Stila All-Day Liquid Eyeliner

    L'OREAL Infallible Gel Liner

    Lancome ArtLiner Eye Liner

    Urban Decay 24 Hr Eye Pencil

    VIDEO: What's in My Bag | ZARA, CHANEL Wallet on a Chain

    What's in My Bag  TAG

    So, let's start with the bag, this is my go to one at the moment. I've had it for around a year or so and still absolutely love it just as much as then. I usually do this one thing where I get completely obsessed with one bag and then wear it everyday for months. This is the perfect size for a backpack when you just need your everyday bits - you can squeeze in a lot more than you would expect!



    Let me know your thoughts in the comments below! 

    Peace and Love,

    Yasmin


    I AM Yasmin is a Canadian lifestyle blog written by Yasmin, a 21 year old writer, photographer, and blogger. Yasmin established I AM YASMIN in 2016 during her final year studying at University. The blog covers her Lifestyle, along with many other categories including Fashion, Beauty, Food and Travel and regularly posts on her blog.

    With a childhood growing up in Kenya, her everyday style has stemmed from her love of the  casual chic way of dressing. With a love for premium fashion and beauty, she hopes to inspire her readers, along with showing them you can get the simplistic everyday chic look for less
    Check out her latest videos over on her Youtube Channel, or head over to the home page to catch up on her newest blog posts, or find her on InstagramTwitter, and Snapchat as iamyasminh.

    Sunday Confessions | Sunday Chats


    How Striving for Perfect can Kill your Dreams!

    Pursuing perfectionism in all you do might seem like a good mantra to follow, but it can actually have the opposite effect.

    SUNDAY CONFESSIONS

    Are you a perfectionist? If so, you're probably limiting your career's potential. Pursuing perfectionism in all you do might seem like a good mantra to follow, but it can actually have the opposite effect. This weekend, I tried to upload new content on my Youtube channel, finish writing a paper and go for an eight hour shift. Like the saying goes, 'fail to prepare, prepare to fail,' I made sure that I planned my weekend to the fullest. Well, Saturday rolled around and I woke up, immediately checked my laptop and realized that I had accidentally deleted all of my weekend content three hours before my weekend shift starts. I naturally went through multiple emotions, first shock, then anger and finally sadness. My brain was muddled with thoughts of thoughts of "well I can't possibly recreate a whole new video, edit, upload and send this to my loyal readers" because it isn't up to my perfectionist standard. I need time!" 

    Then I remembered that perfectionism inherently limits opportunities. I allowed myself to think, okay what would happen if I use this precious time to recreate a favourite video that I love watching. A 'What's in My Bag' video that is fun but also, an informal video that I can film, edit and upload in three hours. As I got into the process, I found editing short-cuts, and sparks of creativity flowed in the video that the previous one didn't. I was much open, talkative and happier than in the previous video. 




     A lesson I learnt was that the more important perfection is to you, the less comfortable you are with imperfection. I have to realize that attempting anything new is almost guaranteed to be bumpy at first, and you can't allow your imperfections nature to limit the number of doors you are willing to walk through


    Second point , perfectionism sabotages your self-belief. When you measure performance and success against an ideal of perfection, you will always fail to measure up. Of course, your brain will tell you there is always some way you could have done better. This constant message culminating in your brain can be devastating to your self-belief. You are reinforcing the message, " I'm not good enough, I can't do it right." 

    Confidence in your own ability is vital if you want to push your comfortable boundary into thriving and successful ventures in business and your personal life. Son't sabotage your self-belief by focusing on what could you have done better. Instead, congratulate yourself on taking risks, expanding your horizons and having courage to start something new!


    Let me know your thoughts on this Sunday Confesstions chat. Do you also have a perfectionist streak in yourself? If so, what are some tips you can share with us to channel your perfectionism into workable solutions? Write them down in the comment section below!

    Peace and Love,

    Yasmin


    Everyday Simple Hijab Tutorial + With Choker


    EVERYDAY SIMPLE HIJAB TUTORIAL 

    My second Youtube video where I share with you My Everyday Simple Hijab Tutorial and a bonus of hijab with a choker.  Watch below to wrap your scarf in a circle shape for a choker-like effect.

    I love the sartorial power of accessories such as a silk scarf. But if you think the only way to wear the piece is to drop it around your neck, I'm here to show you a different look to try this fall.


    SHOP THE LOOK

    Hijab - Black

    Underscarf - Black Tube Scarf



    Thank you for watching. Let me know your comments below in the comments section.


    Peace and Love,

    Yasmin


    I AM Yasmin is a Canadian lifestyle blog written by Yasmin, a 21 year old writer, photographer, and blogger. Yasmin established I AM YASMIN in 2016 during her final year studying at University. The blog covers her Lifestyle, along with many other categories including Fashion, Beauty, Food and Travel and regularly posts on her blog.

    With a childhood growing up in Kenya, her everyday style has stemmed from her love of the  casual chic way of dressing. With a love for premium fashion and beauty, she hopes to inspire her readers, along with showing them you can get the simplistic everyday chic look for less
    Check out her latest videos over on her Youtube Channel, or head over to the home page to catch up on her newest blog posts, or find her on InstagramTwitter, and Snapchat as iamyasminh.

    15 Essentials for a Capsule Makeup Collection


    Strip down your makeup essentials into high quality pieces you can always depend on. From light-weight foundations to illuminating highlighters and fabulous lipsticks, I have rounded up 12 products that are our absolute must-haves for a capsule makeup collection.





    And while I'm still edging my way towards the capsule wardrobe, lately my focus has been on creating a capsule makeup collection. Because you see, I have a similar problem with makeup - and maybe you too- where I have a sizeable collection - most of which stay in my drawers. Lots of mistakes made with lipsticks that look too nude, eyeshadow palettes with all glitter shades... but still haven't found their way to the bin.

    Now, I still love makeup, but I'm inspired to turn my swamp of products into a carefully curated team of high performing products that I love using day to day. So here's a rundown of how I sprinkled my makeup collection what my dream collection looks like and where I'm at now.

    If you have any tips or you're doing the same for yourself, please let me know in the comments below!

    THE CAPSULE COLLECTION


    From left to right:









    From left to right:







    With some help from the Kon Marie Method (highly recommend!) last week, I discarded 85% of my makeup and beauty products. That being said, lots of my products were plain old, but there was a tonne of things that got the bin because I didn't love them. And experience tells me that what I don't love, I won't use.

    After the clearing I felt a lot lighter. Did the clearing teach me anything? Well, I have some observations. For one, it seemed that I was always looking for the 'just perfect' nude lipstick for dark skin. I must have had at least 5 red, 11 nude lipsticks at around the same shades. Some of these lipsticks I'd barely used more than a handful of times.

    It kind of reminds of when your wardrobe is bursting, but you have nothing to wear. With no plan, I think I was endlessly shopping and amassing bits that just appealed to me or were just too pretty to walk away from. No winder nothing really went together.


    From left to right:





    Detox complete, I've been thinking about what my dream collection would look like. As a makeup lover, it would be enough that I could mix and match to create almost any look, but still effortlessly fitting into my makeup counter.

    To some readers, this may seem like a tonne of makeup but for me, this is as lean as I can currently handle, while still feeling like me. So, for now the strategy is to use up what I have and gradually replacing my capsule makeup essentials with natural products.


     Left:    Swatch of NARS Lip Pencil in Rikugien
     Right:  Swatch of NARS Lip Pencil in Cruella                                                                                      


    Will I ever get to the dream capsule collection? I hope so but at this stage, I still have a box of extra bits that I need to use up. Once they're out of the way, it'll be a case of  staying on top of what I have, and for heaven's sake not buying another my lips but better dusty purple lipstick. It's all about the edit and buying products that you love and will continue to reach for them everyday. 


    Wish me luck! And if you have any high performing product recommendations, please let me know!




    Peace and Love,


    Yasmin


    I AM Yasmin is a Canadian lifestyle blog written by Yasmin, a 21 year old writer, photographer, and blogger. Yasmin established I AM YASMIN in 2016 during her final year studying at University. The blog covers her Lifestyle, along with many other categories including Fashion, Beauty, Food and Travel and regularly posts on her blog.

    With a childhood growing up in Kenya, her everyday style has stemmed from her love of the  casual chic way of dressing. With a love for premium fashion and beauty, she hopes to inspire her readers, along with showing them you can get the simplistic everyday chic look for less
    Check out her latest videos over on her Youtube Channel, or head over to the home page to catch up on her newest blog posts, or find her on InstagramTwitter, and Snapchat as iamyasminh.

    CHOKERS: 5 NEW WAYS TO TIE A NECK SCARF



    Finding versatile pieces in your closet is the best way to expand it without spending any money. Whether you're borrowing clothes from family and friends, turning a shirt into a dress or wearing your dress backwaters-it's a quick, easy and totally free way to make most of your wardrobe! If there's one accessory you should keep on hand, it's a neck scarf! I got creative styling this one as it was a decorative bow from a present I received recently. As soon as I took one look at the polka dot design, I knew that it was going to be my brand new choker/ neck scarf/ belt/ bag scarf/ hair tie. I immediately dreamed of wearing it across my neck, waist, ponytail and bags. Read on to see my 5 new ways to tie a neck scarf.


    1. Belt It

    Wearing A-line skirts or wide leg culottes? Loop your scarf through your belt hoops or across your waist line in a bow! It's an easy way to add a fun texture to your look! If you don't like the bow to stick out, just tie a small knot and weave the rest of the fabric in a circle across your waist. This would give you a peplum shape that changes the look of your outfit.





    2. Scarf ( Hijab) Style

    The scarf style is a total classic and I love that it adds a feminine, modern touch especially when tied securely around your neck and it falls in front of your shirt! If bows aren't your thing, tie it closely to your neck and go in circles until you have the length needed to throw the rest of the material across your chest. Trust me, it will give you a completely different look. The chiffon material is so versatile and you can really tie it however you like!



    3. Hair Tie

    Nothing says classic like wrapping a scarf around your bun or ponytail. It gives your hair some volume and oomph under your hijab. To do this- first, tie your hair into a low ponytail or a bun. Then take the neck scarf and knot in a circle around the ponytail. To secure the scarf from slipping off the hair, I secured it with hijab pins. You can also use bobby pins. Viola, your have just created volume in your hijab.


    4. Under a Blazer

    Tie your scarf under a blazer to cinch in your waist and give it a are twist to a classic silhouette. Especially since blazers and sweaters can oftentimes make you look boxier than you are, adding this element to define your waistline is the perfect way to give yourself a little shape.



    5. Bag

    Accessories can really make or break your outfit, so why not give them a little extra love! Accessories for your handbags, like bag charms and keychains, are all the rage right now. So why not use the scarf to give your handbag an added feminine twist. 


    There you have it! My 5 ways to tie a neck scarf. Do you have a creative way to tie a scarf? Let me know in the comments below or tag me in a picture on instagram! Have a great Tuesday everyone!

    Peace and Love,


    Yasmin
                                                                                                           

    OUTFIT DETAILS

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    Skirt: Local boutique, similar

    Shoes: Gianvito Rossi, similar



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