Wimples, Hijab & Other Arbitrarily Drawn Connections Between That History and This Future

I found this ‘Muslem Article’ in a Chinese dollar store and had to share the sloe-eyed fancy with you all.

Has anyone else has noticed how hijabs these days are looking more and more like wimples?
The fashion originated with Gulfie shalas which I am convinced descend directly from the medieval nunnery.

As if you needed any other signs of the coming digital dark ages…
Here is a gallery of computerized nuns matched with examples of the pile-style shala I reference above.

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