Kippah: a small, round head covering worn by Jewish men, also known as a yarmulke. It is typically worn during prayer or religious ceremonies.
Tallit: a traditional Jewish prayer shawl, worn by men during morning prayers. It is typically made from wool or silk and has fringes (Tzitzit) on the four corners.
Tzitzit: fringes on the four corners of the tallit, worn by men during morning prayers.
Sheitel: a wig worn by some married Orthodox Jewish women as a sign of modesty.
Tzniut: a concept in Jewish law and tradition that refers to the practice of modesty and privacy in dress and behavior.