These epically soft and indescribably comfy drop-crotch lounge pants are designed in Australia and made in Southern India by a small women’s stitching unit. Available in five basic shades achieved with organic dye – white, ecru, dove grey, charcoal and ink – the drawstring pants are crafted with 100% GOTS certified organic cotton jersey and designed with a slim tapering cut to flatter all shapes. The relaxed fit and the luxurious feel of natural fibres will tempt you to abandon everything else in your wardrobe.
Cloth & Co. aims to help alleviate poverty by harnessing traditional artisans’ skills and providing development training for those in need. Organic cotton protects farmers and their families from toxic chemicals, which is known to leak into the soil affecting food and water supply. By using organic cotton, Cloth & Co. supports its growers, their health and the health of their families and farms.
FIT & SIZE:
Our model is wearing a size small. She is180cm / 5′ 11in tall, has a 81cm bust, 86cm hips and a 61cm waist.
The processing of the fabric is all done through a GOT’s Certified supply chain and then our garments are made by a family run business providing local women with employment in a clean, safe and happy working environment where they are paid a fair wage along with other benefits supporting their family and cultural needs.
Supporting women’s empowerment and buying organic is a simple way we can all support an industry that will make the world a better place.
100% GOTS CERTIFIED ORGANIC JERSEY COTTON
We love the feel of natural fibres and for our gorgeous basics collection we only use GOT’s Certified organic.
Organic cotton feels luxuriously soft, and organic dyes mean that its better for your health as there are no toxic chemicals used in either the growing or dyeing process.
Growing organic cotton keeps farmers & their families safe from exposure to toxic chemicals in the field, their food & water supply.
When you buy organic you are investing in better health, water conservation, cleaner air, better soil & farmers livelihoods.
Caring for the world and the people we share it with is a life choice.