Another notable piece sold by Judith de Paris is the Kaly, a simplified version of a turban. Patented by the aforementioned designer Rinati Lakel, the Kaly is a two-piece head covering consisting of a snood-like base and a headband that goes on top. It looks complicated, but is actually super easy and fast to put on. When worn, the Kaly looks like a complexly tied turban when, in fact, you just slip it on without having to make any knots, bows or ties. Another nice thing about the sophisticated Kaly is that it can be personalized – you can mix and match the colors of the two pieces and add ribbons or jewels for your own unique look.
Judith Levy views her elegant head coverings as a crown – and it is her mission to help other frum women feel the same. She founded Judith de Paris as a way to bring beautiful and tzniut hair coverings to the masses; to have women realize that they can cover their hair in a fabulous, yet very modest way. And after trying some of her chic pieces, I must say, she’s absolutely right.