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Lin Tencel PANTS

£175.00

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BKR ID 223-2195-3763    Item no.: 13017
Design Collection: HIGH / SUMMER 2022
 
 
 
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Airy trousers that are loose at the ankles. The trousers have an elasticated waistband that means they are not tight on the waist. The trousers are made of linen and Tencel material, which makes them both airy and comfortable to wear. Goes with a matching shirt dress or just a t-shirt.

The model in the picture is 178 cm and wearing size S

Length, measured from the waist in size S: approx. 94 cm.
WASH AT 30° DELICATE
77% TENCEL 23% LINEN
LINEN

Linen is a natural fibre that is biodegradable. The sustainable flax plant has a low impact on the environment since it requires little water and fertilizer for cultivation. The flax plant is a strong plant that is resistant to insects and hardy with regard to weather and wind. Linen is extracted from the stems of the flax plant and is a durable material, which is admired for its purity, lustre and the beautiful, slightly uneven texture. In summer, linen feels cool, fresh and light, while in winter it feels warmer against the skin. The many good qualities make linen suitable for clothing all year round.

TENCEL ™ LYOCELL

TENCEL ™ Lyocell is a naturally degradable quality, which is produced in a closed loop system with minimal environmental impact. When TENCEL ™ Lyocell is produced, it uses 95% less water than a cotton production and 99% of the chemicals are recycled. The quality has good durability and is naturally degradable. The fibre is certified fibre, which means no more wood is felled than the forest can reproduce