Head Wrap in Pink Blue Flower Bouquet on Pink-Regular

Head wrap in pink and blue, flower bouquet on dusty, pink print with gold in regular 24″ x 24″ size. Size: One size fits most. Colors: pink, blue. Material: print. Content: cotton.

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“Rosie the Riveter” Turban

She came to the show with some friends and was thrilled to see the variety of types of head-wear. They took time to consider what they wanted. She tried the flat caps, hair bag® do rags and several of the headbands. It was indeed the head wraps that captured her focus. She saw the mannequins displaying the way they could be worn as a wrap, scarf and headband, but she explained she wanted something that could give her a retro-look.

Daughter Beth is great at shows because she knows lots of ways to wear the wraps and is happy to demonstrate. Of course, “Rosie the Riveter” style. With that, she and Beth worked together to put wraps on in that manner. It was seeing how they could be worn in that way that she loved!

While they were putting on the head wraps, her friend was interested in hearing the story I told to help her understand why wearing the wrap in that manner was referred to as “Rosie the Riveter”. I explained that during World War II, women had to shift into factories and they were referred to as Rosie. There, the work could be hazardous for those who had hair that could get in the way and caught, not to mention they still wanted to look nice after work. They wanted a way to avoid cutting their hair and a head wrap worked. That was understood, but she still was puzzled with the riveter part. I continued. Sheet metal was used for many things. More specifically, for airplanes. Rivets are used to join sheet metal. So, “Rosie the Riveter”.

She was delighted with the head wrap that had flower bouquets on a dusty pink. It was a keeper! She was pleased to pose for the smiling picture, but could not resits asking if she could have one taken with the wink and mouth open. Of course. Great fit for her personality! 

2017 National Rosie the Riveter Day

On March 21, 2017, the first National Rosie the Riveter Day was held. Press here to learn about the celebration.

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The head wrap material is cotton. Machine wash in cold water with a mild detergent. Machine dry on low. Iron as needed.

Proudly made in the United States of America. Pricing includes applicable sales tax and shipping to Continental United States locations.

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