Eco Friendly Headband
Instead of throwing leftover scraps of our eco friendly fabric into the landfill, we use them to make headbands. Because we make these from the same soft organic cotton and hemp materials, you can have a head band that matches your Comfy Skirt or your Posh Pants! Some of our customers are using these as a mask or a face covering. You can keep it around your neck. They are a stretchy, comfortable, and a stylishly simple way to add a splash of color to your outfit! These accessories help us approach zero waste in our production process and are great for keeping the sweat out of your eyes while exercising. Use them to pull your hair back while washing your face in the morning and keep it on while cleaning the house or gardening to enjoy feeling like a fresh fashionista while finishing up your to-do list! Many people purchase them to use while they practice yoga.
We make all of the headbands 8" wide.
Clifford Stripe, Galaxy, Hazelnut, Heather Smoke, Jet Black, Mushroom, Navy, Olive, Smoke, and Knit Print :: 95% organic cotton / 5% spandex
Black, Espresso, Fern, and Teal :: 52% hemp / 45% organic cotton / 3% lycra
Questions about laundering? Read our blog post!
I got a knit print headband (along with my knit print Bliss dress) as an add on to my last order. I love that Texture finds ways to limit the amount of waste from their production. The headband/gaiter/cowl is satisfyingly wide and the fabric is thin enough to scrunch or fold down should you want a narrower band. I'll probably use this to keep my hair in check during yoga/working out and my nightly ablutions, but honestly this is pretty enough to wear out and about as well!
Comfortable enough to wear all day.
These headbands are the absolute best. Not only are they sustainable (made from fabric remnants), but they are also so comfortable and versatile, you'll never want to take them off. Do yourself a favor and get one - or two or five.
The fabric and workmanship are wonderful.
I've been a fan of the headbands for years. They neatly keep hair together in a bun with wrapping a few times around. Lots more comfortable and less pulling than hair ties. Great fabrics and company!