Babushka scarf - Russian national scarf

Some English speakers use the word "babushka" (the word for 'grandma' in Russian) to indicate a headscarf tied below the chin, as still commonly worn in rural parts of Europe. In many parts of Europe, headscarves are used mainly by elderly women and this led to the use of the term "babushka", a Slavic word meaning 'grandmother'. Some types of head coverings that Russian women wear are: circlet, veil, and wimple.

Babushka scarves are shown below.

Some babushka scarves of our store

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