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Written by Dezry Kay on September 11, 2021

Turban aren't only for fashion.

But you can be stylish about it.

Turbans are not worn by everyone and mean different things to different groups… The color of the turban is significant. Black is common and practical, especially for those living in cooler climates.

Blue also represents meanings of depth, trust, loyalty, sincerity, wisdom, confidence, stability, faith, heaven, and intelligence. The color blue has positive affects on the mind and the body… The color blue in many cultures is significant in religious beliefs, brings peace, or is believed to keep the bad spirits away.

The colour of a turban can go far beyond being a simple fashion-outfit coordination, it can provide a deeper significance and meaning towards mentality, spirituality, and living.

In other cultures, headwraps signify respect. Southern African women have been known to culturally wear doeks as an outward sign that they are engaged, married or bereaved. … Spiritually as well, head coverings are perceived as a sign of respect, humility and sometimes modesty.

I try to make my outfits fashionable while I reason with my spiritual when I choose the colors I put on everyday for significant reasons.


Article written by Dezry Kay
South African Media Personality, International Singer, Limpopo born tea lover, Johannesburg self-care junky. Practices Yoga, Meditation and belly dancing.