I have been experimenting with a lot of new tichel styles lately. Here are my favourite ten! Use them, modify them, and most of all, have fun with them! I will describe each briefly to give a general idea of what inspired these looks. If you would like a tutorial on how to do one of them (most of them are just slight variations on the ones already on the site), let me know and I will make one to show you the steps!
1. Try adding a braided headband to a stunning silk scarf to pull together the look:
2. Use pastel colours with a twisted end and tie it all together with a flower clip!
3. Always use colours that compliment your skin tone:
4. Try experimenting with super long tichels and braiding the ends. (A pretty brooch doesn’t hurt either!)
5. Another braiding idea for those who like neutral colours:
6. Add a splash of colour to a rainy day and keep that smile on your face!
7. Try tying a regular tichel with all the ends tucked in, then twist two tichels together and wrap the ends around your bun for an easy, princess style:
8. Take an elasticized scarf and wrap it into a beautiful, flattering turban – perfect for cooler weather!
9. Enhance an already gorgeous scarf with a sparkly sash, and twist both tichel ends up and around for a fancy style:
10. And remember, white is always beautiful for Shabbat, and surprisingly flattering:
Shabbat shalom, world! Wishing you a weekend filled with beauty, love, and happiness 🙂
Let us know which one of these is your favourite!
13 thoughts on “Ten Inspiring Wraps”
Lovely as always- I really enjoy your color combinations.
I’m gonna have to experiment with some scarf tying pretty soon… I wish you were here to do it for me, I have a feeling I will be a disaster at it! 🙂 xoxo
Steph, I’ll be in Toronto during the winter break. Would love to do some scarf tying together!
I love love love the colors in #6, I feel like the look of #8 is very Pacific Northwest, so I need to try to recreate that! Doesn’t it look like something one would wear whilst listening to Nirvana? LOL And White for Shabbat… can you explain to me why that is significant?
White is said to be the physical manifestation of elevation and purity. This is why we wear it on our wedding day (men too!), during yom kippur, and for many Jews, on Shabbat as well!
love all your ideas! How do you do #4?
#5 so chic! and that blue silk tichel is stunning : ) Thanks for sharing
Thanks so much for more fun ideas!! I have gotten so many compliments on my headscarves over the past year since i started covering my hair. It really brings out my creative side in ways i never imagined. Thanks for being an inspiration to hair-covering women of all faiths ❤
Really like No 5 Neutral ❤
Interesting to see some eyewear…
As a hijabi (Muslim lady in a scarf) I have found you have to take your scarf into consideration when choosing frames, not as simple as it would seem….
I love # 5… I wished I had your talent…..Thank you for sharing
They are all stunning, but the pastel one caught my attention and #6 as well, Beautiful work Andrea
You look so pretty in No. 3, Andrea! Really goes with you! 🙂