A bandana is a triangular or square clothing tied around head or around the neck. Many use it for protecting purposes while other use for adoring themselves. Bandanas are popularly called Kerchiefs which has been derived from a French word which means "cover the head's".
Wearing a Bandana holds spiritual significance in many religions. While in some cultures wearing a Kerchief is mandatory e.g. Muslim women, Arabian women, etc. Many cultures exclude its usage.
Bandanas were immensely popular in the era of 90s, after that its popularity started dying in West, even though some eastern cultures were successful in preserving its ethnicity. Bandanas are gender neutral and can be worn by both men and women. They come in various patterns, paisley being famous amongst all other.
These wardrobes are often used to either hold hair back or as a fashionable head accessory. Apart from head, bandanas are also worn in pockets and are often tied around leg. In California, criminal gangs use Bandanas as a means of identification of gangs.
Bandanas come in a wide variety of trendy and catchy designs and colors.