Category Archives: Trend: Hijab

Hazel Aden Fashion 3.11

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S3E11:
 Holiday Part 1
Aired: 2003

I love that this was a brief little follow-up to Hazel’s one episode she ever had. She is still owning who she is and is seen here wearing her hijab for the Christmas pageant thing!!

Miscellaneous Fashion 2.11

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S2E11
Don’t Believe the Hype
Aired: 2002

Now it’s time for the minor characters, group shots, and other miscellaneous fashion moments. First, I just captured this guy with bedhead and a hoodie for some reason. Then a Degrassi student in a silky hijab. Then, someone in sewing class with an interesting hemline to her pink shirt, which is under a zip up hoodie, Degrassi Community School’s favorite clothing item. Next is Wayne, the guy who owns the Caribbean restaurant. He is such a sweetie. He wears a floral shirt and an apron. And finally just a little group shot of some random kids in low rise pants, capris, etc.

Hazel Aden Fashion 2.11

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S2E11
Don’t Believe the Hype
Aired: 2002

Here we are. The Hazel episode. First she wears a pink zip up hoodie with hoop earrings, a necklace, a maroon tie-dye tank, and matching headband. She’s feeling extra bitchy today, as you can tell from her facial expressions. Oh yeah, I also wanted to show you the sticker on her binder that says “Boys Lie”. It looks like it came from one of those sticker vending machines. Next she has donned a Jamaican beanie and tee for International Day. It’s really kind of sad. I love that Degrassi touches on this topic so much – not wanting to be who you are. I’m watching Marco go through the same thing right now in Season 3. Anyway, next Hazel is in a floral button down over a black tank, revealing her true Somalian heritage, featuring photos of herself in hijabs. Hijab? Sorry.

Fareeza Fashion 2.11

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S2E11
Don’t Believe the Hype
Aired: 2002

Awesome, this is my first time featuring a hijab on broomheadz! But do please forgive me if I don’t know how to speak about one correctly. Introducing Fareeza, here for an important time but not a long time. And no, she is not played by Lea Michele, but dang they sure do look alike. First she wears what looks like a blue baseball tee and jeans with a grey-blue hijab. And for international day, she is wearing what looks to be traditional clothing. I tried googling this to use the right term. Is this a chador? Or is she just wearing a hijab with a matching dress? I’m not sure, so sorry. But it’s a beautiful mint green color. And finally we just have a closeup of her in more blue-grey, contently watching Hazel’s presentation about her true heritage.