Man, I'm telling you, some of you folks are too funny.
Wear it, don't wear it. Acquiesce to your conscience. If you are moved to wear a covering, do so; if not, practice humility in other ways which are not distracting to other parishioners.
The cultural import of "head covering" is no longer really in place. Empty ritual if practiced out of compulsion; rich and full ritual if practiced out of genuine movement from within by God.
That's all you need to know.
(By the way, are you sure some of you didn't just make a wrong turn into the Orthodox Church while you were actually on your way to a LARP gathering in the woods somewhere? Sweet heavenly host, it seems like some of you just want nothing more than to play dress up, live in the past, and have someplace to vent your inner patriarchal monarchist. Don't worry, I'm working on inventing a time machine so you can go back to where you wanna go: where women knew their place, when a king was on the throne, where gays and heretics could be executed for publicly violating the Church, where you could wear 'period clothing', etc. Man, when I converted to Orthodoxy it was because I was convinced of its Truth, which is alive and beautiful and life bearing, not because it gave me a place to live out weird fantasies that seem to always come back to women, sexuality, and clothing.)