ROMYLIAN

It is the way of tying a headscarf that we usually find as an inner headband (under the outer headscarf) and as an additional decoration, but also to make the final result richer and more impressive.

Romylian with Blue Romylia
Romylian with Blue Romylia

This particular way of tying a headscarf is often found internally in several Greek women’s headbands in the wider area of Eastern Romylia, Northern Thrace.

You can combine the “Romylian” headband with different headscarves from the MANTILEE collection, depending on your mood and style. In this way, different aspects of your personality are highlighted each time with strength, confidence and finesse.

Try it on with different clothing styles such as glam rock or rock, boho, country, street, casual, romantic style and whatever else expresses you.

Romylian with Attiki
Romylian with Attiki
Romylian with Green Romylia
Romylian with Green Romylia

Let your imagination run free, express yourself and create your own headband based on “Romylian”.
We are looking forward to your suggestions!

HOW TO BIND

Fold the headscarf in a triangle. We fold the headscarf starting from the big side in the width we want, until we wrap it all the way to the end, creating a long ribbon. Place it around the head and tie two knots on the base of our neck. Bring the ends forward or leave them behind freely.

Romylian with Kalymnos
Romylian with Kalymnos

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