Top Hijab Tutorials by Dina Tokio and Dian Pelangi

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Top Hijab Tutorials by Dina Tokio and Dian Pelangi

Dina Tokio and Dian Pelangi give tutorials on how to look fab in a hijab

Modest-fashion influencers have taken social media by storm thanks to a barrage of posts on the best and most elegant hijab and abaya styles. Notable among them are the video tutorials from UK-based hijabi blogger Dina Torkia and Indonesia’s Dian Pelangi.

Better known among her more than 1.4 million Instagram followers and more than half a million YouTube subscribers as Dina Tokio, Torkia mostly blogs about how to look fab in a hijab and about finding clothes that reflect faith-based values of dressing modestly.

She has worked with many popular brands, including French luxury house Lancôme as well as leading department stores Liberty and Harvey Nichols.

 In this video, Dina Tokio shows viewers 20 different ways to tie a scarf.

With more than 4.8 million Instagram followers, Dian Pelangi is the unofficial poster girl of Indonesian modest fashion, and she has represented the region at fashion weeks in Milan, London and, most recently, New York.

“Indonesia has plans to be the global center for Muslim fashion by 2020. But right now, modest fashion is approaching lots of places, so we’ll see,” she said in an interview when asked about the future of modest fashion.

Watch the videos and let us know which ones you like.

Source: mySalaam & YouTube

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Great length

I was not disappointed with my order of black maxi viscose hijab. It was very soft, weightless and comfortable to wear. I will definitely be ordering more!

Good idea, needs to mature

Improving upon a very old tradition of weaved prayer rugs is an ambitious task which couldn't have been easier than it is now (with all the interconnections that the internet brings) and Modest Path has done a good job.. But - improvements can always be further improved!
1. The smell: The Sajdah is the core of Salah.. forcing great intimacy between the prayer rug and the nose. The strong smell of the material immediately made me long for the traditional mats or even a simple clean cloth. Unlike Yoga mats, the smell here is pretty important, or even the absence of any smell for that matter.
2. The width: While most traditional rugs are also too narrow for a man's Sajdah made with grace, wider ones are available with a bit of searching. It may be a bit of wishful thinking on my part to expect this new modern mat to accommodate my arms, although the width works great for my wife. I wish it was about a foot wider.
3. Folding: Did you know most people fold their prayers rugs all wrong.. bringing the bottom part where the feet go right against the top part where the head touches .. the correct way to fold pryer mats is vertically.. in the middle, bringing the left half against the right half.
4. velcro/handle etc. Adding some kind of strap to roll it up/fold it up and then have a handle to carry it would be just perfect..
5. Patterns from nature, less from culture. Cultural patterns make this Universal path restrictive in today's global fast zip zapping world.. while patterns of nature are Signs from GOD that could unite us all.

Overall, four stars.. Hoping to see more of what these creative awesome folks come up with for their next iteration.
God Bless you all.


I like them so much


I like them so much

Great fabric

I love the color and the feel!