Bahia Bands have been around for a very long time. Fitas, or Bonfim Ribbons as they were originally called were silk and the writings on them were done by hand with ink or silver. They were worn on the neck as a necklace, upon which were hung medallions and holy images.
Today, ribbons are still worn but the tradition of tying the Bahia Bands on the church gates and wearing them for luck has lived on! People all over the world celebrate the Bahia Band tradition! Ribbons are mostly worn around the wrist or ankle, but they are more than just an accessory...Shop Now