People in Regina tried on a piece of Muslim culture on Sunday at the Southland Mall.
People experienced what it's like to wear a hijab – a head covering that represents modesty, harmony and respect.
The event was in conjunction with World Hijab Day and was hosted by the Islamic Circle of North America Sisters Regina. Shoppers also had the opportunity to ask questions and learn about the culture.
"They really like it and honestly it makes me so happy to see people who don't have an idea of it but they come and they learn so many new things, I think it's been very positive," said Minhal Mussawal, external communications, Muslim Youth Network Regina. "This is what it means to be a Muslim in Canada in the 21st century, I felt this was a really a good way to show that to other people."