Draped Hijab using a dupatta (square scarf/ shawl)- a simple, effective and elegant hijab style
that relies on the fabrics ability to drape well (use a soft chiffon, crepe or satin for best results)
Alternative Hijab styles by Hijab Hills -Definitely a big fan of Hijab Hills, these looks are amazing and you will want to wear them often!
Reversible Dupatta (rectangular scarf) tutorial by Al-Humeira Contemporary -a good tutorial for when wearing garments that are fitted or have a low neckline, where you would prefer more cover.
Wide shawl or Dupatta tutorial -one of my favourite tutorials, looks complicated and elegant but very easy to do, try this with an ombre shawl or rectangular scarf and it will take this look to the next level.
Everyday Hijab style-perfect for work -this one is by Hijab Republic, great for adding volume and easy to do.
Big Trend: As I have noticed of late both trending on the streets and in the media, scarves which are solid colours or only one colour in nude, stone grey, navy blue, khaki or bright colours (red, cobalt blue and neons) and generally in softer fabrics that drape well like chiffon, soft cotton and georgette are more preferred including animal prints combining neutral or bright colours. What I am expecting to see more of are tropical and floral prints, artist's messy palette or water colour palettes, hand dyed or tie dyed(ombre) and bolder prints be it arabic calligraphy or brush strokes...key colours wil be red, white, purple(lilac) or strong earthy colours. See pics below for an idea of colour or print trends.
Ultimately choose what suits you best, don't be a slave to trends, but do try something new every now and again...you might be surprised by what you have been missing out on:)