Your Favourite Pajamas and Loungewear, Now on Sale.
Sale price$20.00 CAD
Original patterns with a comfortable feel.
This Is J's signature Headband collection combines comfort and style to create the perfect everyday accessory. Each headband is hand printed with a bold fabric print. The combination of the fun print and comfortable fit of these Headbands make them the perfect accessory to keep your hair looking great at work or play. The Headbands are made to fit all head sizes as they stretch comfortably around the head. They taper towards the back to prevent slipping and widen at the front for a stylish look. Each headband comes packaged in a reusable acrylic container.
Made in Canada.
90% Cotton / 10% Spandex.
One Size Fits All.
Machine washable & dryer friendly.
Fabric patterns designed by and exclusive to This Is J.
We produce all of our clothing in Canada, which not only ensures high quality, but also allows us to keep control of the entire production process. Having complete control over the production of our pajamas means that we can test different materials and fits, change designs, and constantly improve our sleepwear. This has led us to the top of the industry in terms of quality and comfort. Learn more.
Since bamboo fabric is comfortable, practical, and sustainable, it has many benefits to both the wearer and the planet. Learn more.
So great to get a headband that looks like it’s made for a grownup. It fits well and goes with a variety of colours.
Fits great, so comfortable and stylish!
Great colour / material
Love my new head band. Fits great will definitely order another
I have really been enjoying the headbands I ordered to get me through many months of "covid head" i.e. no visits to my hairdresser. I have thick curly hair; the headbands definitely make me look more "put together" when I'm on Zoom or out for walks. I also have a very large skull so I'm glad the bands are nice and stretchy, not too tight.
My one disappointment = each of the 5 headbands that I ordered came in its own rigid plastic box. I'm guessing those might have been designed for "store display" for example at the One of a Kind craft show, but for mail orders of such small items it seems painfully wasteful. I couldn't think of any 2nd use for the rigid boxes so they went into the garbage.