The Willow Myrtle Cotton Stripe Pants is made from 100% hand-spun and handwoven cotton indigenous to India. This style features a high waisted, drop crotch, pea-shaped pants with front and back pleats and a single button closure in the front.
The stripes in natural black offsets the pristine white of the undyed natural fabric.
True to size.
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Made in India.
100% Handwoven Cotton
Variations and irregularities to be expected.
Eco dry cleaning recommended.
Low heat iron.
Wear it with high tops and white tee for a casual weekend summer look. And re-style for cold days with ankle high boots, a great big cosy coat and scarf.
Handwoven cotton is fostered with manually carried out processes, without any use of electricity. Handloom weaving is a time consuming process that starts with the conversion of cotton fibre to yarn of different counts to suit the needs of the garment.
MAKU TEXTILES by designer Santanu Das is a slow fibre movement against rapid industrialisation and instead focuses on sustainability. Maku stands for sustainable blue and is the predominant colour used. Natural fibres, dyes and handmade textiles are employed to craft all Maku pieces. Each skillfully woven garment promotes the historic craft practices of India, such as the process of indigo dyeing, which is a 500-year-old heritage.
Maku attempts to tackle the issue of intolerance and limitless choices by narrowing the choices it gives its customers and in turn entices us to look deep into the products, material and aesthetic and revel in the details instead.