A bandana is always great to have on hand: crying kid, smudged screen, running nose, impromptu picnic, minor injury, dirty hands, spur-of-the-moment ascot, empty chest pocket... In short, there's a reason people have been carrying handkerchiefs around for the last several centuries. Whether you're employing it for function or fashion (or both,) this one's cheerful enough to live in the back pocket of your jeans when not in use. It's made of printed Tana Lawn® from Liberty Fabric, a super-lightweight, almost silk-like cotton that's been their signature for over a century.
Liberty Fabrics has been producing some of our favorite prints since 1875. Their signature Tana Lawn® quality is fine, cool, and especially soft. While it's woven from ultra-fine, long-staple Egyptian cotton, it almost behaves like silk, with a lightweight drape and beautiful color vibrancy. In their own words, it's “a fabric built by obsession, perfected into a modern masterpiece of production through a bespoke process that has evolved over a century.” Each print is hand-drawn or painted by their London-based design team, then applied to fabric at Liberty's own printing mill in Northern Italy.