India’s traditional attire can be worn as a hat or hat with a number of different headwear styles.
The sportswear industry has developed its own take on Indian attire and hats, as seen in the many ways we wear our hats.
This is the 10th in a series of articles on Indian fashion.
A traditional Indian dress, with a twistA traditional headdress with a hat on a traditional Indian headdress.
The hat is not always the best option to wear.
A traditional Indian garment, with its many different forms, styles, and colours.
The traditional Indian hat is a classic, but the hat can also be an option to make it look more unique.
It can also add a unique flair.
Indian headdress from the 16th centuryA traditional India headdress worn from the 17th century.
Traditional Indian headwear from the 19th centuryThis style of hat has been worn for centuries in India, and has often been associated with the Indian nation.
India’s first hatA traditional Hindu headdress in the 1730s.
Bhutan’s first headdressAn old headdress by the Bodhgaya monks, one of the earliest headwear of Tibet.
An Indian hat in the 18th centuryAn Indian headband from the 1857 film ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’.
An ancient Indian headgear with a headband.
An Indian flag and flagpoles in 1798An Indian soldier on horseback, as depicted in the Indian War of Independence.
It’s no coincidence that Indian women’s hats have a traditional shape and a strong emphasis on the hat.
A modern day Indian headscarf, made in IndiaThis style is often seen in women’s fashion, and is a traditional form of headcovering worn by some Muslims in India.
A scarf and headcover This style has been adopted by Indian women in recent years.
Modern day Indian hatA modern day India hat.
More traditional Indian hatsIn India, hats can have many different styles, colours, and textures.
Some headwear can be more formal, while others can be casual.
Indians are often seen wearing headwear made from different materials and styles.
Mild headwearA traditional dress worn with a cap.
Swaraj, a traditional headscarves worn by Muslim women.
Laundry in IndiaThe traditional dress that covers most of India.
Kolkata, India’s capital, is home to the largest Muslim population in the world, with over 15 million people, making it the most populous city in the country.
Many headwear is worn in the city.
In a traditional dress, wearing a headcover in the morning.
Wearing a traditional scarf in the afternoon.
Headwear for a family in the eveningA traditional traditional Indian face veil worn by women.
This headwear style has come to symbolize the Indian family.
Some headwear for an entire family.
Source: Hindustan Times / Alamy Stock PhotoIndia’s fashion trends can be found in all shapes and sizes, from the traditional to the outlandish, from headwear to streetwear.
A few of our favourites can be seen below:A traditional hat worn with different headbands, which can be very versatile.
A traditional scarf, with different colours, patterns, and patterns.
A classic headdress that is very comfortable and easy to wear, but is also very versatile, especially for young women.
A headdress for the bride and groom.
While a traditional hat can be a great option for a day out, many headwear trends can also work for a wedding or for casual occasions.
The Indian women we’ve chosen to share them with have been chosen based on their unique style and style-specific needs.
Our favourites for headwear:Traditional Indian hats, with their unique shapes and coloursA traditional, one-piece headband, with headbands for different seasons.
A hat with different hats that can be tied at the sides.
A scarf or headcover, which is an option for an informal occasion, and can be combined with a traditional veil to create a traditional traditional veil.
A sari, a long, loose, and soft sari covering the head.
A kurta, a loose and soft kurtal.
A cap, which may be worn with headband or veil.