Women wear veil their faces during the Prayer Circle in the Temple, but do not veil their faces at any other time.  Female temple workers do not wear veils at all.  Why do you think this is?

Three years ago (this month) I asked why women wear veils.  I noted that “Jewish law dictates that a man is required to cover his head during prayer.”  But LDS men do not cover their heads during the prayer circle.  Why is there unequal treatment in the prayer circle?  The poll results said it was a cultural relic.  Do you think this is still the case?  Why are veils a part of female ceremonial clothing when they only time they are used is for the prayer circle?