Blogger Habiba Da Silva recently debuted a line of hijabs that come in nude hues designed to match a wide range of skin tones. While the push to expand the current definition of 'nude' clothing has been successful when it comes to garments such as lingerie and hosiery, this new line of hijabs takes the concept even further.
Da Silva's inclusive hijab collection is called 'Skin' and it includes four different shades that are designed to complement various skin tones. In addition to the skin-matching shades, each hijab is made from a fine, non-slippery cotton so that the piece can be worn comfortably without the wearer needing to worry about pins or unraveling.
Da Silva's new collection demonstrates the growing need for clothing that complements more than a single skin tones.