A zero waste headband made from leftover fabric
A zero waste, jersey headband made from leftover fabric from Thought's clothing range, that would otherwise go to waste. Fabulous repurposing to support the circular economy.
It is super soft, made from comfortable bamboo and cotton jersey in a navy & white design. It is stretchy for a versatile but snug fit.
An easy-to-wear authentic tie die print so each piece is unique!
Material: 67% Viscose derived from Bamboo, 28% Organic Cotton*, 5% Elastane Jersey
*certified organic cotton
Care: Machine washable at 30 degrees, save energy, do not tumble dry.
"Creating Thoughtful Clothing alone isn’t enough. We value doing the right thing and want to feel good about everything we touch. That means we work ethically. From the fabrics we use, to how we design and make and deliver our garments. We think about every impact our business has. And it’s with the greater aim of minimising our environmental footprint.
We use natural, organic and recycled fabrics. It takes more time and consideration to use sustainable fabrics, but we see this as time well spent. Especially when it helps lower our impact on the planet.
We’re also proud supporters of slow fashion, which is why we design clothing intended to last.
The clothes we love wearing most will last longer with good care. Which is why we created our mantra. “Wear me, love me, mend me, pass me on.” It’s a reminder to look after what we own. Feel free to make this motto yours, too."