The Tichel (headscarf) is a head covering worn by many Orthodox Jewish women. The purpose of the Tichel is to cover a woman’s hair as a means of complying with the laws of modesty as set by religious Jewish law. Fashions for women’s head coverings have changed over the years from dull black materials to fashionable colors and styles. Styles range from full Tichel to headbands, bandanas, scarves, or snoods. Here are 5 stylish Tichel headcoverings selections among a wide selection available today.
Headbands – Headbands are popular among young women who comply with the codes of modesty and yet remain fashionably dressed.
Bandana – Bandana head coverings are popular in Summer months as they are light and comfortable.
Scarf – A scarf allows a woman to tie her head covering exactly to the shape and style that suits her.
Snood – Whether you call your headcovering a Snood, Sinar, or Scarf they are all a part of the Tichel family. From a fashion point of view head coverings for women today are available in a wide variety of materials, colors, and patterns suitable for daily, Shabbat and Holiday use.