The white fez! Many of you have this accessory in your wardrobe. As the saying goes: buy one qamis, get one fez. After all, it goes without saying. Covering the head is a Sunnah Mustahab. In other words, it's better than not covering your head at all. But there's nothing wrong with having your head uncovered. However, it is a sign of modesty that the Messenger of God used to do. Over time, the white fez came to replace the turban or amama. This more Ottoman and Carthaginiantradition has spread throughout the Muslim world.
Why buy a white fez in particular?
The white fez is a classic and beautiful headgear. It blends well with the shape of the skull. It has its own distinctive identity. Today, it's an accessory that objectively identifies a Muslim. This neutral color is easily assimilated with any garment. It is therefore preferable to use white to ensure that the colors are well assimilated with your clothing. On the other hand, there are other colors that may also appeal to you.
Wearing a white fez is particularly pleasant when praying. It prevents your forehead from rubbing on the prayer rugs at the mosque.
Why is it important to change your classic fez during the week?
The white fez is an accessory that needs special attention. Take care of it and avoid stretching it too much, so that the fibers' resistance lasts over time. Once positioned on the skull, there's no need to put your fingers on it. In fact, without realizing it, you could get it dirty. You don't necessarily notice the dirt. But they do get dirty quickly.
So after a day's use, we advise you to wash it, preferably with a white cloth. Sweat marks tend to yellow the fabric. To make sure it lasts as long as possible, follow these recommendations.
How to care for your Islamic headgear?
The white fez is perceived as Islamic headgear. It's a very pleasant accessory to wear on your head. All you have to do is pull it back towards the front of your forehead as you move it around during the day. However, it's supposed to fit well on the head when it suits your size. So remember to:
Slip it into the pocket of your qamis when you opt for your religious attire
Provide a specific shelf or drawer to store and care for them.
Think about it! There are different models of white fez. Some fabrics are thicker, to keep out the cold in winter. Others are designed for summer heat.
It all depends on which models you like in our online store.