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Some people think head covering is about rules, some think it's about culture...find out why it's neither!

10 Hip & Retro Head Coverings to Inspire Your Collection

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When I first started head covering, I knew I was different. I was called to something different that many Christian women out there. And not to mention I would LOOK different than most of my female Christian peers.

I’ve always loved vintage. I love to incorporate it into my everyday and Sunday head coverings.

I like to look online for inspiration, too. Which is why I love Modli.co. They have head coverings and modest clothing from designers all over the world, especially Israel! So much fun!

If you want to argue over whether or not these head coverings fit “biblical modesty” you are going to have to find another blog, because I DO like fashion and I DO like to have fun with my clothing.

Of course, I don’t want to allow my desire to look good to overshadow my attempts to be a woman with a meek and quiet spirit. But that doesn’t mean boring, either.

From Modli, I’ve found these 10 hip retro head coverings that will inspire you to rethink your head covering collection.

PS…I’ve decided that I need more hats in my collection!

10 Hip & Retro Head Coverings to Inspire Your Collection

I've always loved vintage. I love to incorporate it into my everyday and Sunday head coverings. Here are 10 retro head coverings to inspire your collection

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  1. Reply

    I love the head coverings you found! What a great site! I also love your confidence and expression of your faith. Head coverings was something that stuck out to me during bible study, but you don’t see it around as much in modern Christians. I love that you took this and put your own spin on it. Really inspiring!

    • Reply

      You don’t see it for sure. No one at my church covers. I wish they did…but alas. I hope you find your way on your own head covering journey!

    • David Crossfield
    • October 6, 2017
    Reply

    Interesting blog! I once attended a fundamentalist church. The older women encouraged my wife to wear a head covering. She begrudgingly did but felt oppressed. She said she would NEVER do that again. She is a liberated woman.

    • Reply

      This is why the beauty of following Christ and his ways is found ONLY in the freedom to choose. Being forced would not be fun…in any way.

      • Elaine Zink
      • October 7, 2017
      Reply

      It’s interesting that one woman can feel liberated by covering and others can feel oppressed. I think the reason is that the Lord didn’t ask your wife to do it, but an authority that is not scriptural did. The head covering scripture in 1 Cor talks about “man and woman”, and not religious authority or peer pressure commanding this. And the scripture says to cover only for prayer and prophesying,. I am sorry your wife was subjected to something that made her feel oppressed. The Body of Christ is learning. (I’m a different Elaine than the author of this blog post)

        • Jean
        • October 19, 2017
        Reply

        Beautifully and compassionately stated! I greatly appreciate your reference to scripture. As with all questions, The Word helps to discern whether one is being led by God’s prompting on this decision (in joyful freedom) or answering the demands of peer opinion and legalism.

      • Reply

        I agree.

    • Rae
    • February 11, 2018
    Reply

    I have recently thought of head coverings and was thinking about bonnets kinda like babies wear and also amish but kinda in a modern style but i think ill have to make my own.

    • Andrea
    • November 10, 2018
    Reply

    I love the vintage and retro styles of headcovering! It’s amazing to think that just a few generations ago, headcovering was a lot more common, yet today it’s supposedly “weird”! I love hats, snoods, bandanas, headwraps, scarves…I am learning more about headcovering as a faith based practice and become more convinced every time I study the Bible. I love your perspective on living for Christ, it is at the same time inspiring and realistic. Some of the blogs I read on being a Christian woman can be a little too idealistic for me, and I appreciate the grace filled enthusiasm you exude! 🙂