This Harry Potter bamboo lunch box is perfect for work, school, and picnics. This eco-friendly option is made of bamboo fibers rather than plastic and features a premium wooden lid with an illustration of Dobby stylishly etched into it, along with the words, "Free the house elves". This lunch box is comprised of two parts - the wooden lid featuring the Dobby design, and the contrasting white base with a repeating star pattern - which is held together by a black silicone band. This hard-shelled bamboo box will keep any lunch safe on a day out. A great gift for any fan of the Wizarding World.
Why We Love It: Have you read Harry Potter*? We have, maybe 8 times. This is the perfect gift for anyone who loves lunch and freeing the house-elves. Which is basically everyone...
*Please note that we at WearPanda stand in complete support of our trans brothers and sisters.
This contemporary scarf is a very trendy teal blue-green colour. Luxurious and so much fun, featuring a large and adorable panda. Enjoy this special designer scarf at work, family events, parties etc.
Cashmere-modal scarves are perfect in hot weather, as made from beach tree, they breathe and have fantastic thermogenic qualities to cool you down
Why We Love It: Originally, we were going to pick just one of these scarves but we couldn't bring ourselves to decide. That panda is so cute and dark teal with a pop of pink is just dying to be paired with the Monroe's in Natural/Pink.
Size: 140x140 cm
Composition: 10% Cashmere, 90% Modal
Modal is a highly ecological yarn made from beech trees.
Made in Italy
Care: Dry-clean, Handwash, Machine Wash 30°C.
"Cashmere and Modal scarves are a delicate and fine product which can last you a good time with the correct care. While the dry cleaning is typically recommended for scarves, I personally prefer to hand-wash our scarves in slightly warm water with detergent for delicates (Ecover Delicates, Woolite etc.). I have also washed them separately, or with other similar colours, in the washing machine on the Delicate Programme. I strongly recommend to dry them carefully by hanging them open, part open or flat. I find that after washing them by hand or on the machine they acquire an even nicer softer texture. These scarves can also be gently ironed." Nadja Solovieva, designer