Muslim women worldwide wear the hijab -- Islamic head covering -- in various ways, and often incorporate elements of their own culture to create a head scarf style that is native to their region. The many different styles is a testament to the rich diversity of Muslim women who wear it. It's both an expression of self as much as of love.
Sometimes, the hijab is portrayed primarily as a full-length garb echoing styles that are commonly found in parts of Iran, Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan. But we know this foreignizing depiction of the headscarf is one dimensional.
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