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'Amarílis' Wide Leg Trousers - Organic Cotton

'Amarílis' Wide Leg Trousers - Organic Cotton

Regular price R$ 566.00 BRL
Regular price R$ 1,150.00 BRL Sale price R$ 566.00 BRL
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Wide leg trousers crafted from organic cotton and hand-dyed with onion skin which deliver a fabulous yellow color. The garment features a high-waist, flared leg, belt loops, back pockets as well as button and zip fastening. A timeless and extremely comfortable piece! Hand-dyed piece in a seven-step process totaling 16 hours of manual work over 4 days. Color variation can naturally occur as a result of the handcrafted nature of the dyeing process, making each garment unique.

Origin of raw materials

The organic cotton was supplied by 'Etnobotânica' and is 'GOTS' certified (Global Organic Textile Standard), which guarantees the organic status of planting, harvesting and manufacturing of the fabric fibers. The onion skin was obtained through partnerships with restaurants in Rio de Janeiro state (Brazil), being upcycled rather than discarded.

measurement chart
size PP P M G GG
High waist 74 78 82 86 90
quadrilateral 96 100 102 106 110
Total length 109 110 112 114 115


1-These pants were dyed in our studio using a manual process. As it is a handcrafted piece, variations in tone can occur naturally, making each piece unique.

2-Measurement table: our pieces are produced manually, so the measurements in the table can vary from 1 to 2 centimeters more or less.

Sustainable Practices

As sustainability is one of our guidelines, we pay careful attention to every detail. The choice of fabrics, the natural dyeing method, origin of the plant pigments used, the trimmings, the route and donation of textile waste to artisans after each piece is finished.

Part care

Natural clothes deserve special care

Wash your garment inside out, by hand and in cold water;

Use neutral or coconut soap;

Do not use bleach, chemicals and do not soak;

Rinse well and dry in the shade;

Iron at minimum temperature (up to 110 degrees).

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