Different kippahs and its importance
In earlier days it was believed that as a mark of respect for God the Jews men use to wear skullcap which is also known as the yarmulke, it was round in shape so the Jews used to wear it all the times while some use to wear only during the prayers. The kippahs are mostly worn by the adults and newborn children and even the women were it. No matter what the occasion is a Suede kippahs are suited for everyday wear or on any special occasion or event. This kippahs comes in various designs, and in different colors, These kippahs are designed uniquely which gives a unique look even in the crowd. Wedding Kippahs are worn during any wedding functions, this kippahs are mostly round in shape and are found in different fabrics, styles, designs and in different sizes. Mostly bright colors kippahs are worn during any special event or function. Foiled kippahs are also worn in weddings as it comes in varieties of wonderful patterns and shapes Therefore different kippahs like deluxe satin kippahs, suede kippahs, satin kippahs are worn in different types of Jewish synagogue so it depends. These skull caps are available in a large number of shapes and sizes so you should select the one which fits exactly on your forehead. The prices of the Kippahs vary as per the decorative work is done on them and also from the material is being made up. kippahs made from costly raw material s like leather are costly when compared with the ones made from fabric.
Leather kippahs are worn mostly during wedding celebrations or any important functions or occasions. Among the Jews, it is believed that having a leather kippahs at home is a blessing. These kippahs are made from leather and come in varieties of colors and prints, they are so dignified that it gives a very classy look when worn. The leather kippahs are beautifully designed and crafted with the name, date of the occasion, and many more written on it which makes the event more memorable. In many high profile wedding functions, the host also provides kippahs as a return gift to their importan