It’s interesting, because at least in some times this was similar for men as well – going out bare-headed (without a hat or something) was seen as undignified, a sign of low social status or just outright wackiness. Of course, indoors it was normal to uncover your hair/head and at times it was even necessary (going in church or taking off your hat to show respect to a passing noble etc).


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