5-foot native headdress

Historically, headdresses are a symbol of respect, worn by Native American war chiefs and warriors. For Great Plains tribe each feather placed on a headdress has significance and had to be earned through an act of compassion or bravery. Some modern-day Native American leaders have received war bonnets in ceremonies accompanied by prayers and songs.The one seen here is an absolutely stunning 5 foot beauty – I recently saw one not unlike this one here worn my a girl named Victoria… goes by the last name of Secret – Poor Victoria took her fair share of flack for adorning this native headdress with nothing more than a little turquoise jewelry and a super sexy bra and panties…Caught your interest now? Check out the full story at http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/11/13/victoria-secret-apologizes-after-use-native-american-headdress-in-fashion-show/.

We think the one here for offer is even foxier than the one worn in the fashion show, but hey, we’ll let you be the judge…

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