The Wosoko print was inspired by Bogolanfini, meaning "mud cloth" in the Bambara language, handmade Malian cotton fabricated traditionally dyed with fermented mud.
Bogolanfini holds an important place in traditional Malian and has various cultural meanings, depicting mythological concepts, proverbs, and historic events, it is worn by hunters as camouflage, protection, and as a badge of status. Women are also wrapped in the fabric after they enter adulthood and right after giving birth. Wosoko means "sickle" (farming tool) in Bambara since the pattern resembles the back of a Sickle's blade.
Vibrant colorful headband made 100% cotton making soft and safe for baby's skin. Stays on without being tight, pairs perfectly with other styles.
note: colors may vary slightly from how they appear on a computer/smartphone screen. machine washable for easy care. due to the nature of fabrics and print processes, this print may not be the exact same shade, hue, or tone of a previous release of the same print.