Black Hearted B!tch
MumTum Head Scarf
We are excited to introduce the Head Scarves to our MumTum range.
This is the ultimate accessory to add to your MumTum collection. With a soft malleable wire encased in the fabric, it can be moulded into any shape.
You can wear it depending on your mood - on your head as a scarf, around your neck as choker, on your wrist as bracelet, around your ponytail as a ribbon or even on your handbag to jazz up your bag.
Available to match with your all your favourite mumtum prints and colours, so collect them all.
What you need to know:
Important Note: Due to differences in screens & monitors, colours of products may also appear different to those shown on the site.
- Our Head Scarves only come in one size, so no need to worry about any size charts here.
- All garments shrink a little in the wash, we have worked hard to ensure the fabric has minimal shrinkage when washed according to the garment care label. Keep in mind your garment will shrink initially and then a little over time.
- Post your selfie to social media and hashtag #mumtum and #queenthelabel We can’t wait to see your glorious pics!
About our Garments:
Material - We chose to go with 100% viscose, a type of rayon which is basically the best performer. It's soft and smooth to the touch, and drapes very well which the cotton samples weren't doing quite as nicely. Best of all it has elasticity, important for comfort. We have worked hard to ensure minimal shrinkage however all garments will shrink a little in the wash.
Made in - The Mum Tum 2 range is made in Sri Lanka. We looked at lots of options for production, first starting with Australia, then Bali and Vietnam before settling on Sri Lanka. Even though Sri Lanka wasn’t the cheapest, we were drawn to it as it has a mature industry and produces fine garments for major retailers to high standards.
Support for Rafiki:
We are proud to support the children of Rafiki Mwema and through every purchase you make, we donate $1 on your behalf which goes towards making a lifetime difference to some of the most vulnerable children.