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Headwear products for sale online in Zambia

Hats, caps, bonnets, helmets, hoods, headbands, headscarves, wimples, masks, veils
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Katies Zambia
Katies Zambia
Gift shops & Souvenirs
Self Love  Head Band image
K89
Self Love Head Band
Headwear
Jenam
Put your hair up and make yourself beautiful with this plush, black make-up headband. One size fits most.
Katies Zambia
Katies Zambia
Gift shops & Souvenirs
Unicorn Tribe  Kids Buff  Versatile Headwear  image
K91
Always be fashionable by adding versatile headwear to your wardrobe. This Stretchable and breathable buff is ideal for running and cycling. Use it as a face mask by pulling it up over your mouth and nose.
Fay Designs
Fay Designs
Clothing and Accessories
Red Beret image
K200
Red Beret
Headwear
Beautiful soft, round, flat-crowned red hat. A timeless fashion accessory that is very comfortable to wear and suitable for any type of face. There are many different ways to wear a beret. Women with any face shape look elegant and stylish in berets.
Fay Designs
Fay Designs
Clothing and Accessories
Yellow Head wrap image
K200
Statement headpieces are a must! Perfect for casual or dressy days this is a must-have for every wardrobe! This rose already made headwrap is easy to use, it is a great way to wrap your hair, The rose design makes you fashionable at the wedding or evening party. The is cotton fabric - and fit all sizes adult head.

Headwear

Hats, caps, bonnets, helmets, hoods, headbands, headscarves, wimples, masks, veils

Worn by both women and men, ethnic headwear always carries a meaning. They suggest the owner’s age, economic standing and political power in a society. However, some are worn at tribal gatherings, weddings, traditional ceremonies and many other cultural events. In this category, you will discover a wide variety of ethnic headwear from around the world at affordable prices. With an endless variation, suppliers are committed to offer you headdresses that are a tribute to the diversity of the diverse cultures. To better understand the meaning of your headdress, sellers are always happy to give you all the information you need. They will ensure they instil an awareness and appreciation of our cultural differences.

Headgear, headwear, or headdress is the name given to any element of clothing which is worn on one's head, including hats, helmets, turbans and many other types.

A hat is described as “headwear characterized by different brim sizes and shaped crowns” while a cap is said to be “headwear characterized by an unshaped crown and a visor." Let's just say that after reading these two definitions, our understanding of the differences wasn't much clearer than when we began, so let's

It's unclear when and where hats originated, but some of the earliest depictions trace back to Ancient Egypt. 1. Ancient Egypt: Some of the most common and earliest depictions of hats were from Thebes, Egypt, in 3200 BCE. As many upper-class Egyptians maintained shaved heads, headdresses were worn to keep them cool.

The ivy cap and flat cap are a distinctive style that is growing in popularity among more fashion forward and trendy youth. The ivy cap is distinguished by a low profile with a slightly rounded top that extends to the front of the hat and is sewn to the bill.

The ivy cap and flat cap are a distinctive style that is growing in popularity among more fashion forward and trendy youth. The ivy cap is distinguished by a low profile with a slightly rounded top that extends to the front of the hat and is sewn to the bill.

Hijab, niqab, burka - there are lots of different kinds of coverings worn by Muslim women all over the world. Some women wear a headscarf to cover their head and hair, while others wear a burka or niqab, which also covers up their face.

In modern usage, hijab refers to head coverings worn by Muslim women. While Islamic head coverings can come in many forms, hijab often specifically refers to a cloth wrapped around the head and neck, covering the hair but leaving the face visible.

A niqāb or niqaab, also called a ruband, is a garment that covers the face, worn by many Muslim women as a part of an interpretation of hijab

A burqa or a burka, also known as a chadaree in Afghanistan or a paranja in Central Asia, is an enveloping outer garment which covers the body and the face that is worn by women in some Islamic traditions. The Arab version of the burqa is called the boshiya, and it is usually black.

A burqa or a burka, also known as a chadaree in Afghanistan or a paranja in Central Asia, is an enveloping outer garment which covers the body and the face that is worn by women in some Islamic traditions. The Arab version of the burqa is called the boshiya, and it is usually black.

Headgear, headwear, or headdress is the name given to any element of clothing which is worn on one's head, including hats, helmets, turbans and many other types. Headgear is worn for many purposes, including protection against the elements, decoration, or for religious or cultural reasons, including social conventions.

A fascinator is a formal headpiece, a style of millinery. Since the 1990s the term has referred to a type of formal headwear worn as an alternative to the hat; it is usually a large decorative design attached to a band or clip

Hats can protect your hair from damage due to prolonged exposure to harsh cold winds, the sun, and rain. Moreover, you can wear your favorite hat on your bad hair day to continue looking your best. Whether your hair is unkempt or shaggy, you don't have to let the world know about it.