Basic female headgear in Glamočko Polje, Pounje and the vicinity of Grahovo, was a girl cap. This was a small red cap of a round top, decorated with peacock feathers and sets of larger silver coins. Girls used to wear braids, also decorated with various additions and silver coins. From the cap and along the back there was a veil as a symbol of virginity. Richer girls wore filigree decorations, silver chainlets, and coloured glass studded with silver. Less wealthy girls put on tinsels, sets of glass grains in different colours and round decorations made of tin. As much as it was decorated, this red cap was a symbol of girlhood and until they reached the age for marriage, they did not wear scarves, only in colder days.