Color, color, color! I love color! Next in the line up for my photo journal tour are headscarves. I purchased them from Tznius.com about four years ago when I was first considering headcovering. The company sells Jewish modest clothing, including some awesome fashionable (and practical) skirts! I am warning you to hide your plastic before visiting their site or else you’ll click-click and buy oodles of lovely stuff. 🙂
This is a plain cotton square scarf tied in the Classic style. I like this tie the best. The color is actually a dark lilac but comes across blue on some screens (sorry!) The fabric is satiny smooth and light as a feather.
This is how it looks from the back. My hair is in a ponytail, hanging free underneath the scarf.
I also like to tuck up the length in the back under the main knot. I own another cotton scarf in dark brown.
This rectangular scarf is Jeff’s favorite. It is rayon with small fringes at each end. I tied it in the Crown style.
And from the back. You can see that my hair fits into a pocket. It takes a little fussing to get it to stay.
A little tip if you purchase a scarf from Tznius.com:
Handwash each scarf separately several times. The dyes released heavily from my scarves but was no fading in the fabric. Perhaps they’ve fixed this issue since then. Just in case… 🙂