African Head Wrap

Boutique Africa
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  • 22x70 inches
  • 100% Cotton
  • Authentic African Wax Print Fabric
  • Head Wrap
  • Manufactured in the USA

This beautiful head wrap is crafted from authentic African wax print fabric. The fabric is imported from West Africa and the manufacturing process is completed in the United States. Our head wraps are made out of 100% cotton and measures 22x70 inches.

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Edition Open Edition
Height 70 inches
Length 22 inches
Medium 100% Cotton
Signed Unsigned
SKU 379993
Year Released 2018

Boutique Africa

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Carolyn M.

Lovely Headtie!

I purchased this headwrap because I fell in love with the fabric. As a woman of a certain age, I started wearing headwraps back in the late 1960s while in college. During those turbulent times, black women on college campuses were protesting to change our college curriculums to include courses in Africana studies as well as for civil rights. Our current unprecedented times seem to mirror those times in many ways. Many of us also wore AfroCentric clothing, and the gele (which we called the headwrap back then) was an important part of a woman's attire. I'm very happy with this purchase.


The Black Art Depot

Thank you so much for sharing this with us. We are more than pleased to know that you loved the product. We truly appreciate your business.

Gloria C.

Beautiful head wraps

I love the head wrap colors and texture of the material. I would buy again.


The Black Art Depot

Thank you so much! We are pleased to know that you loved the product. We look forward to serve you again soon. Thank you for your business.