Stylish head wraps are smooth and seamless making them easy to wear in several styles and very soft.
Covered or Open Crown Choice
Take charge and have it your way! Cover your crown or leave it open with this versatile head wrap. For a scarf, wrap or Rosie the Riveter turban look begin with a single fold of the head wrap to put it on. To keep the crown comfortably open, simply begin with the same single fold and then continue folding it into a band. Then; wear like a headband with a single top or side tie or like a bandana with the tie toward the back. Press here to learn how.
Occasion: Wedding Head Wraps
Available Head Wraps
Check out the available head wraps below. If you don’t see what you are looking for, please press here to contact Rawls-Riley Creations for assistance.
Available Head Wraps
How to Wear the Head Wrap
Press here to learn about some ways to wear the head wraps. Head wrap, scarf, headband, band, and like Rosie the Riveter turban are all possible with this square-shaped, head wrap.
When tied in the Rosie the Riveter style; simply tuck in the ends and the wrap will take on a turban look which was very popular in the 60s and 70s. Turbans were worn by movie stars and hippies. Today; the approach offers good coverage for those without hair and is a convenient way to cover your locks after a quick dip in a pool when you don’t have time for drying.
She was thinking about her trip to Florida for some fun in the sun and on the beach when she stopped at the Wamego Tulip Festival to take a look at the head wraps. There was no way she was going to miss out on any of the fun simply to fuss with her hair, but looking good was still kinda important. Of course, the head wrap would make it quick to get the coverage she needed and still keep her looking good. Perfect beach wear!
Look Nice at the Office
She was thrilled to find the head wraps at the show because they offered an attractive way to solve the issue of her thinning hair. She explained that she worked in an office and had to wear suits to look professional, but with her thinning hair it was difficult for her to feel comfortable. In her case; there was not a specific medical treatment that she was going through that would eventually end and her hair would grow back again. She simply had thinning hair. These wraps would make it possible for her to look nice and professional while she worked. — Colleen H., Overland Park KS
Cancer fighters like these head wraps better than do rags because they may be tied to provide more full-head coverage. Still prefer do rags? Press here for the do rags.
She came to the show with her guy and started looking at the do rags. Her thin, curls peaked out from under her cap and she selected one for consideration that was definitely more for gals. We took a quick look at the wide headbands, but she was very impressed with the head wraps as an alternative to the do rags.
The specked gray wrap was so soft; she quickly asked if it would be OK with him if she tried it on and of course it was. Off came the cap and she began folding the wrap so she could put it on like the net one on the mannequin. I showed her how it would be best to keep it going straight across her forehead and we got it tied along the back. She held the mirror and I showed her how she could pull the sides out along the back to get a bit more fluff along her neckline while obtaining a smooth-looking crown.
She turned with a smile to him for approval. He gave her a big grin and a wink. They were both pleased with the new wrap and she really looked classy. Press here for the gray wrap she selected.
In 2017, the Pella Tulip Market was filled with sunny days and the head wraps looked like a fun item that was too good to pass. One of the gals considered them and it was the purple that worked for her. She was happy to pose with her friend for the picture as she wore it in the head wrap manner.
Wedding Head Wraps
Michelle asked if the head wraps could be used for weddings. Certainly. These head wraps will provide full-head coverage and fluffiness along the neckline for a simple look on your wedding day. Press here for the wedding head wraps.
Head Wraps Expand Head-wear
In 2015, the lady carefully considered her purchase at the Wamego Tulip Festival. After several passes, she settled on an ethnic-print, flat cap. She stopped by in 2016 to report she loved her hat and wanted something new. She went with a nice, soft head wrap. It was speckled with pink, yellow and black colors on white and had an almost animal-like look to it. Press here for flat caps.
In 2017, she selected a floppy hat with two hat bands. It would be like a totally different hat for her simply by changing the band because they are interchangeable. It was so nice that she stopped by the second day wearing orange. Press here for the floppy hats.
“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 manner 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! Press here for the retro-looking head wrap she selected.
March 21, 2017 was the first-ever Rosie the Riveter Day. Learn more about this historic event by pressing here for the PBS Newshour story or search the Internet for “Rosie the Riveter Day”.
It’s So Sunny
The guy was observing all the head-wear choices and he was glad to check out the do rags and skull caps, but they were not going to work for him. He kept looking. My daughter, who was helping with the show, noticed he was interested in watching her show how to put on the head wraps. She also saw how blistered his balding head was from the sun. He explained that he had gotten out without a cap, but did not want something that would be more than he preferred to spend. They were both glad that she had not sold the cotton head wrap in the black pirate skulls yet. Really most of the others were so girly looking. It was just right for him. Press here for the pirate skulls head wrap.
Some of our head wraps are popular. If by chance, one has been sold out when you are shopping please contact Rawls-Riley Creations to request one via a custom order when that happens.
Press here to see the archive of sold head wraps. Yes, some of them were custom head wrap requests.