hell fuckin yeah! shit is so slick.
they can be worn loose and draped like a hood, tight like a frame for the face, they can hide the face completely, the can only cover hair. its a sick aesthetic.
wish I had more inspo for male veils/ head scarfs though theres very lil.
shit is so next level, more cultures should embrace them, but their all afraid head scarf = sharia
>inb4 remove kebab oppression terrorists
ignore Americans who rag on it, their just a little touchy atm.
and ignore euros bc lel euro
>they hate them so much their giving their countries to them.
>tfw want to drape one of my sheer black scarves over my head
>can't because I go to a super liberal politics and IR heavy school with a lot of international students
>would probably get shanked if I did
no, I just think its retarded that a lot of ppl here are too xenophobic to even entertain the aesthetic concepts and merits of veils/ head scarfs.
EVERY time u see some1 make a thread on the topic is all
>wow yeah its totally /fa/ to stone our women and not let the show their face after we gang rape them!
>can't wait to have sharia law in the states
thanks for making this thread, I want to know if anyone has inspo or info on India's/Asian garbs and pieces for males or other naturally draping cultural clothing for men?
have some veil
I am not op, but Wikipedia has some articles that can help you read up on that stuff, both individual pieces and practices in general
>Among the Tuareg, Songhai, Moors, Hausa. and Fulani of West Africa, women do not traditionally wear the veil, while men do. The men's facial covering originates from the belief that such action wards off evil spirits, but most probably relates to protection against the harsh desert sands as well; in any event, it is a firmly established tradition. Men begin wearing a veil at age 25 which conceals their entire face excluding their eyes. This veil is never removed, even in front of family members.
>In India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal, men wear a sehra on their wedding day. This is a male veil covering the whole face and neck. The sehra is made from either flowers, beads, tinsel, dry leaves, or coconuts. The most common sehra is made from fresh marigolds. The groom wears this throughout the day concealing his face even during the wedding ceremony. In India today you can see the groom arriving on a horse with the sehra wrapped around his head.
I just like to post the women of Fano and say "Nordic tradition of headcovering, it has its purposes and looks effay as fuq"
as long as we can have open and enjoyable discussions on a potentially foreign aesthetic for some people I am happy.
whether it be from Europe, Africa, Asian or the Americans
looks sick, care to post how its done up?
well there is validity to what your saying, veils are hanging materials meant to cover a part of the wearers head/ face. whether for practical use or ceremonial/ symbolic usage.
Head scarfs are often worn in a similar vein, I decided to branch out a little bit from the op, bc the 2 will never have threads pertaining to themselves individually that can provide any real kind of discussion on the topic.
Also, I think I am tapped out of images for veils/ head scarves
hopefully some of you enjoyed it.
Can't gif/webm/record it
But basically I can't say, i never memorized any style and so I made a different look every day. Basically I just did New Orleans Tignon styles or Goree Island Signare styles
I'm not trying to get shot in NYC for having a covered face in summer lol (was in rural Maui when I dyed that) so like it'll be a couple more months before I feel comfortable making veils and headpieces again
I can dig it, just have to wear it with confidence and if ppl get uppity about it just say its why its important to you, whether its simply aesthetic or more.
hope your able to make some nice pieces your pleased with.
thanks, I did find a few things, but I wanted to see if anyone here was maybe in India, or Indian or from a culture that wears such coverings.
They can rock is pretty hard in Iran....sometimes....if they're rich enough to get away with it.