The Wrapunzelution has allowed ladies from all over the world to connect, and I am so happy that it has allowed me to get to know the Greens! I met Mushky when my husband and I first moved to Baltimore and she expressed so much excitement about covering her hair when getting married (which was happening soon!) She works at our favourite local bookstore, which my husband and I *may* (cough!) have a slight addiction to, so we get to see her a lot!
After getting married, we were continuously wow-ed on the Wrapunzel Fangroup by Mushky’s creations… but the thing I love most about her is her infectious enthusiasm for putting together gorgeous, colorful combinations. She just loves tichels!
Recently, a new face has appeared on the fangroup… Mushky’s mom, Zahava! It turns out that one Shabbat, Mushky made her sit down and try on a tichel. It took a little coaxing, but now Mrs. Green is a bona-fide Wrapunzel Wrap Star! Her beautiful eyes and shining countenance are such a special addition to the community. She is soft spoken, elegant, and warm – a true aishet chayil!
Zahava says, “Before, I was always in my sheital or a snood, and I really disliked the way I looked in a snood. I felt like my options were either my sheital which I still wear, or being underdressed in my snoods and pretieds. Now I have another option, and I finally feel like I’ve found ‘me’.”
Mushky’s sister-in-law, Shifrah, has been wearing tichels since she’s been married, but for the longest time only wore a simple Israeli tichel with nothing underneath. “Discovering the shaper/volumizer and learning how to layer has changed everything for me.” she says, “I love it!”
It was so much fun taking photos of these lovely ladies. They all have such different styles and so much love for each other. Mushky loves to pump up the volume (she adds extra scarves underneath (WITH the shaper) and wear bold, royal tones. Shifrah looks great in twists and tails in bright colors, and Zahava looks perfect in elegant wear with a little sparkle.
There are eleven kids in the Green family, and that means a lot of in-laws and grandchildren! I am so blessed that I was able to capture these three together! What an incredible mother/daughter bond there is between them – you can just feel it looking at these pictures! Enjoy!