Pakistani caps are not only famous in South Asia but also famed globally. When tourists visit Pakistan they love to buy and wear traditional caps. Here are 12 traditional Pakistani caps you would love to wear.
1. Sindhi cap
Sindhi cap has a portion cut out in the front to expose the forehead. It has a unique geometrical design with small pieces of mirror.
2. Chitrali cap
Chitrali cap contains a peacock plume stuck in the folds, like a badge, on the front or the side of the cap.
3. Pakol cap
Pakol is basically a cold weather cap typicaly made of wool. It is also known as Afghan cap.
4. Karakul cap
Karakul cap made from the fur of the Qaraqul breed of sheep, often from the fur of aborted lamb fetuses. It is also known as Qaraqul cap and Jinnah cap.
5. Balochi cap
It looks similar to the Sindhi cap, but it has different design and texture.
Turban is a type of head wear based on cloth winding.
Pagri is exclusively worn by the people in the north of the region.
8. Petit point cap
Petit point caps are exclusively stitched with muti-colour silken floss thread. It is also known as Hunza cap.
Kullah is a cone shaped cap, made of heavy weight khaki ribbed fabric.
10. Taqiyah cap
Taqiyah are white cotton caps, usually wear in masjid, madrasa and on special occasions. It is also known as Muslim prayer cap.
11. Swati cap
Swati cap is heavily embroidered with tilla or golden thread.
12. Kalash headdress / cap
Kalash headdress or cap is worn by the women of Kalash tribe. The cap is made of colourfull beats, stones and threads.