1600-1620 English Coif with forehead cloth at the Glasgow Museums, Glasgow - From the curators' comments: "It was customary for married women in the seventeenth century to cover their head. Coifs, a form of cap, such as this example, were worn informally at home. The accompanying forehead cloth is a rare survivor. These were often added when women were ill."
Beautiful Dark Winter purple. For everyone, our hair colour always look fantastic when we wear our intrinsic colours. Hair dye can actually be a hindrance to the overall harmony. It is never able to repeat the magical multi-dimensional tones of natural hair. This is more true after hair silvers than ever before.
#Goldcoloured accessories are also preferred since they denote #royal connotations to your overall outlook, the evergreen #combinations that can never go wrong with golden #jewellery are #black and #whitedresses. These two extremes can make anybody look #lavish and #royal.The multi-colour #bracelets that cover one third of the arm look superb with casual #tees and #denims, these #bracelets can either be in spring colors like #lavender and #shades of #pink and #yellow or even #neoncolors.