Okay, Semis, I'll join you
I'm only partially covered.
meaning I don't cover all the time and the types of covers I use vary.
I started out (unmarried) wearing a beaded kippah to services and when I taught Sunday school.
Only in the past year or so have I felt drawn towards observing, at my comfort level, the mitzvot (commandments) of modesty. My wardrobe has changed a bit, mostly in the blouse department, and head covering has naturally followed. I started by wearing hats of the baseball variety around on a daily basis in the summer. To shul (services) I wore different cute conductor style hats.
At Rosh HaShanah services, I arrived dressed in white with a gorgeous tikhel (scarf) from Vietnam tied around my head. That got a whole lot more looks that the hats
But/and it's a conservative shul so women are always wearing lace doilies or kippot or hats or headbands. I got what I took as a look of "finally!" from another woman dressed modestly with a son (under 3) with long hair. Her head was not covered.
On Yom Kippur I was in white again, this time with a white tikhel. At break the fast, a few older women came up to me and were just in love with the fact I was wearing a headscarf.
But in my regular life? I'm on the fence. My summer wardrobe is decidedly much more hippy than my fall/winter and I feel decidedly noticeable wearing a headscarf with these outfits.
Plus - how do you like this - I homebrew and make wine/cider at home too, which means, you know, we do a lot of *cough* research at the house, and I felt ODD buying beer supplies while garbed out in modest dress.
Anyway, that was long. THanks for reading. I'll support you Smeis!