Hair snoods are not only a convenient way to cover your head, they can also be a hot fashion item! Don’t believe me? Check out this video! It’s Jewish head covering as you’ve never seen it before.
Hair Snoods are in style! Yes it’s true, covering your hair is a fashion trend! What the magazines are calling the “Urban Turban,” is in fact what we all know as the Hair snood – the same ones our bubbies and saftas have been wearing for generations.
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Actually, we at MavenMall believe that all kinds of Jewish women’s head coverings can be glamorous and trendy – it just depends on your perspective. That’s why we made this cute 1-minute video that shows head covering as you’ve never seen it before.
So yes as hard as it may be to believe, besides fulfilling a mitzvah from the Torah, all of us hair-covering Jewish women are actually making a fashion statement! The hair snoods trend made its first appearance, outside of the Jewish world of course, in the Spring 2007 Prada collection and little by little has been growing in its popularity being seen worn by celebrities and the daring fashionistas and on fashion runways.
Although hair snoods have been hard for the masses to fully accept, for us it is not so strange. We just have to embrace it as something other than the most convenient shmatta to slap on in a hurry! So let’s make the most of this head-covering trend while its around. Get creative, and incorporate hair snoods or tichels into the outfit and not just on days when your favorite wig’s at the sheitel macher.
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MavenMall has a great selection of Hair Snoods if you need some updating on your collection. At MavenMall, you can find several hair snoods in different styles and fabrics – crochet, fabric, and chenille hair snoods in a variety of colors. Find the styles and colors that suit you and go for it!
You can also explore the many other options to consider in MavenMall’s Head-covering Store trend. A headscarf or hat are not so far off, and will be just as stylish if worn right too! Pre-tieds are a great look that you can also get creative with and headbands can add an adventurous, summery touch to your shaitel or snood.
If this post has given you a fresh perspective on the mitzvah of head covering, share it around with other Jewish women!
Here’s to covering our hair – in style!