Dare to Be Different? Try Bridal Turbans with Hijabi-Style Veils
Turban Tempest’s stylish bridal turban headpieces are a delight for Hausa/ Fulani Muslim and hijabi brides who want to look modern, different and still keep it traditional. We’re here for it. These bridal headpieces has added to the veil and wedding headgear options previously available to our Hausa/ Fulani Muslimah brides. Turban Tempest is a Nigerian brand. They sell Ready-to-Wear turban headgears, and you can follow them on Instagram @turbantempest.
These styles of bridal turbans are so elegant that I wouldn’t be surprised if, at any time soon, we start seeing those styles of bridal headpieces worn by some fashion-savvy brides for court registry weddings and church weddings. I have a feeling it won’t be too long when bridal turban-style-veils become common in every type of weddings across Nigeria – not just among brides who dare to be different. What do you think?
Wrapping Up: The Best Bridal Turban Designs and Hijabi Style Veils for Muslim Brides
I hope the above bridal turbans and veils for muslim brides have inspired you on creating your own wedding day look. Consider bridal turbans and veils if you don’t want to wear an everyday-style headwrap on your wedding day, and prefer something gorgeously different because you want to be a gorgeous bride.
The featured turbans are some of the best looking bridal turbans I’ve seen. And they’re a local Nigerian brand. We are obsessed with hijabi-style bridal headpiece and veils from the brand @TurbanTempest (on Instagram) and so I wanted to share with you their elegant looking turbans. Scroll down to see them:
Turban Tempest is a Nigerian brand and known as one of the best turban-headwrap-making companies. This is not a sponsored post. We are featuring this brand’s turbans because they’re are nothing short of awesome, and our fashion-loving brides would be glad to know about them. Kudos to Turban Tempest for coming up with the amazingly different styles of turbans, especially their bridal line.
Now, comment below tell me – which of the above bridal looks with turban style wedding headpieces for muslim brides is your favourite look?
Photos by @tope_horpload | Wedding Gown by @tojufoyeh | Makeup by @anitabrows | Model: @uto_rosman | Creative Direction: @funsho_o