Who can wear a head wrap?
Got a head? Congrats! You can wear a head wrap! Whether for religious purposes, a gym session, or to add an extra pop to your look, head wraps, turbans and bandanas can be worn by anyone.
That’s right, if you have a head – with or without hair – you can wear a head wrap.
Head wraps are an accessory just like any other, and they great on women and men alike.
Head wraps are a beautiful and fun way to keep your hair out of your face, they’re also just a unique form of self-expression.
Now you may be thinking, “ok, both men and women can wear head wraps, but what about cultural appropriation? Don’t I have to worry about it being offensive if I wear a head wrap?” The short answer is no, in most circumstances. Anyone can wear a head wrap regardless of race, ethnicity, or religion. But since nothing is ever black and white, you can click here to read more about what styles and motifs could be considered cultural appropriation, so that you can avoid any potentially awkward situations.*
The easiest way to side-step any socio-cultural concerns is to get creative with how you style your head wrap. You can wear it as a bandana, a headband, or as a turban. There is no right or wrong way to style a head wrap, make it fun and create your own style along the way.
You can also use your head wrap as a top. That’s right, all of our head wraps can be tied around your bust to create unique and beautiful top. Tie it in the front or the back, or in a halter style around your neck to create light, breathable tops that are perfect for those warmer days.
No matter how you choose to wear it though, one thing is for certain: wearing a head wrap is a sure way to stand out from the crowd in a bold and exciting way.
What’s your favorite way to style a head wrap? Sound off in the comments below!
*Wraps & Whatever products are designed with all people in mind, as they are inspired by many styles of head wraps worn by people all over the world. However, this may not be the case for all head wrap companies, be sure to check each company’s manifesto to ensure that they support and encourage head wrap inclusivity.