Go about your day confidently in our take on a classic bandana.
Includes a machine washable filter and was developed in partnership with experts at North Carolina State University's Wilson College of Textiles.
It can be worn up as a mask and then dropped down around your neck. No more misplacing your mask.
It's completely washable (yes, including the filter) and reusable.
Triple-layered construction: outer layer + inner tube + filter.
One size fits most. Pull the stretchy inner tube over your head and when you wear it up, tighten the bandana knot for a tighter fit if needed.
Outer layer: 100% viscose modal satin | Inner layer: 100% nylon lycra.
Machine wash cold, air dry.
Made in India from deadstock base fabrics to reduce waste.
Why is it called the Bandhan? The word bandana is thought to come from the Hindi word "bandhnu," which means "tie."Bandhan means "to tie" and we hope many of you will be tying up some Bandhans!
For optimal use, we suggest washing your mask before your first use and after every wear, plus washing your hands before putting it on and taking it off. Once it's on, do your best to avoid adjusting. (And as always, try not to touch your face.)
Please note: These masks are not FDA-approved. They are not intended for use in a medical or clinical setting nor to replace medical-grade PPE and measures recommended by the CDC. They are designed for adult use only and should not be worn by anyone with breathing or respiratory conditions or those unable to remove the mask without assistance.
This item is final sale and cannot be returned or exchanged.
Please feel free to reach out to us if you have sizing questions.
Standard skirt length: 44 inches, unless otherwise noted
Standard anarkali length: 60 inches, unless otherwise noted.