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How to Organize your Hijabs on a budget…

How to Organize your Hijabs on a budget…


Hi, My name is Samantha, and I’m a shopping addict.

When it comes to clothes and sales, I can’t hold back!

Being a tad bit scarf-deprived in the US just adds to the problem.

You see, scarves weren’t really that abundant here, And not many color options.

Hijabs are actually a bit easier to find now a days. Especially in the summertime. But  if you do find them, they are usually within the $10-15 each range.

Whats a girl on a budget to do? You learn to grab a deal when you see one. and sadly I’ve been grabbing EVERY SINGLE ONE…….

Being close friends with the owner of Hijabilicious.com doesnt help either!!!

Told you I have a problem.. (At least I do tend to wear most of them!!!)


This is what I have managed to collect over the years.

Half of them are from Gaza and Egypt when I travelled back in Summer 2012.

I bought around 70 of them!! they were only about $2-4 each so I felt like I was in hijab heaven, if there is such a thing.

Now I had another problem…. HOW TO STORE THEM????????????????

I tried dresser drawers, large plastic storage containers, hanging them over the door, thrown all over the room (turned out not a good idea)… etc. Nothing worked.

Insert. Pinterest. Here.

I found all kinds of solutions but the problem was the quantity I had.

This is the post that inspired me the most…

So I ran to walmart and bought 6 sets of plastic shower curtain hangers for $1 each.

And this happened :)

(it also helps that I have a large walk in closet alhamdulilah! )

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behind the door

 

This is the easiest way for me to see which colors I have (and don’t have hehe). I can easily find a hijab to match my outfit, instead of digging through drawers and containers. They stay hung so they don’t wrinkle as much either…cuz y’all know I hate laundry and ironing.. And they look pretty color-coordinated.


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That brings me to my next problem… Storing sleeves and underscarves!!

If your are a Hijabi living in the states, Im sure you know how hard it is to find decent long sleeved shirts. Most of the time I would find cute clothes on sale but they would be 3/4 sleeves. I used to pass on them, but now with these undersleeves I can wear any shirt  I want again!

Im having a harder time finding these than the hijabs.. so I had my Sis-in-law in Gaza send me some.

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I store them in this pretty box. Just roll them up like you would socks.

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I’ve collected many underscarves as well to coordinate with my hijabs. They help the hijab sit in place, as well as my hair.

I have 2 kinds. the ninja scarf and the tube.

I got all of these from my friend Kim at www.Hijabilicious.com

I also store them in pretty storage boxes.

I roll them up so I can see the colors easily. Just fold them into three and roll away like a grape leaf!

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To keep it rolled you can either use a pin or a tiny hair tie.

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Here are the stack of storage boxes I use in my closet.

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I keep one for belts and one for my tiny purses and wallets.

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Do you have any other storage ideas??? Please share in the comments below!

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4 Comments

  1. Awesome ideas.

    • bravooo

      • Thanks!

    • Thank you for helping me make this possible. Haha!

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