Ḥijāb or jilbāb no longer hold to cover the aurat only, but also demanded an interesting aspect, beautiful and unique. Jilbāb is no longer considered an ancient dress, but a fashion-able outfit. Muslimah who carries jilbāb fashion was gathering and organizing in one community. One such community is the Ḥijābie Community. As a community that must contest in the fashion market event, Ḥijābie must have a unique 'style' from other communities. The uniqueness that emerged for example, ḥijāb style on which wearing a cowboy hat, not a helmet; or, ḥijāb style with Indian decoration; or, the style of hijāb with the roof of a European house, etc. From this background, the authors will analyze the style of this community Ḥijāb Ḥijābie using Pierre Bourdie's theory of taste. In the end, the results of this study are: 1. The mention of the name Ḥijābie is built on the prestigious contained in the word Ḥijāb (Distinction) 2. Like Ḥijābie, it can be called a domain because it is in the battle for domination between agencies. 3. Like members of the Ḥijābie habitus in using Ḥijāb, they adhere to the Shafi'i school. This opinion is an opinion that is considered true because it becomes a general consciousness (doxa) 4. The capital that is in the realm of Ḥijābie is symbolic capital owned by Atika, Economic Capital owned by Atika and Cultural Capital owned by Pipit, et al. People who have this capital are called agencies.