Abbey Cap Ruffle Scarf
The Abbey Cap Ruffle Scarf will become a staple in your wardrobe. One of our most popular styles, the Abbey Cap is a short pre-tied scarf that is comfortable and stylish. So easy to wear, just slip it on and go. Soft, stretch fabric for a perfect fit. Ruffles create flowy texture and volume. Perfect accessory for casual or formal events. Made in the USA
About A Special Place Headwear
With over 15 years of experience helping individuals deal with hair loss, we have curated a collection of stylish hats, beautiful scarves and comfortable turbans. We select only the best fabrics – soft and comfortable so that they can be worn against a bare scalp without irritation. Our headwear is designed for full coverage and are perfect for anyone experiencing hair loss due to chemotherapy, alopecia, trichotillimania, medication side effect, surgery, burns and genetic thinning.
Tips on Choosing Headwear
When choosing your headwear, look for a style that mimics your current style and color. For instance, if you have long hair, look for a scarf with long tails. If you wear your hair with a lot of volume on top, look for a hat that doesn’t lay flat to your head. Think about your wardrobe- If you wear mostly prints, look for solid color headwear that will compliment your style. If you wear mostly solids, choose prints with your favorite colors to wear with all of your outfits. Neutral colors are always nice to have but don’t limit yourself to basic black. Denim blue is a great neutral on everyone!
What Should Be in Your Headwear Wardrobe?
Start with a sleep cap. Something soft and comfortable, but lightweight. Then add a few casual turbans or scarves that can be worn while working at home or running errands. Then choose one or two dressier pieces for work, going out to dinner or special occasions. Try one of our halos or attachable bangs to complete your look.
Looking for a gift for a friend or family member going through chemotherapy? Headwear makes a great gift! We can help you put together a custom gift package.