Go-Long Wide Leg Pant - Rust Bandhani

Milo and Nicki

$300
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Product details

Handwoven banana fabric
Hand-dyed with plant-based dyes
Organic cotton / handmade cupro lined pockets
Biodegradable and cruelty-free
Ethically-designed in Austin, TX, made in NYC

A long wide-leg pant with classic style pockets. Due to the nature of the fabric and process, each piece is one of a kind in color and style.

Paired here with the Heart of TX Blouse.

Care: Dry clean or hand wash and hang dry. Steam into shape if necessary.

15-day hassle-free returns
Returns for store credit or your first exchange per eligible full price item are always free for orders in the contiguous U.S. We are happy to provide you with one free return shipping label. Returns for refund and subsequent exchange orders are subject to a $6 per item shipping fee. You must initiate your return/exchange within 15 days of receiving your order. Discounted and sale items up to 40% off are eligible for exchange or store credit within 15 days of delivery, unless otherwise noted on the product page.

All returns and exchanges must be unworn, unwashed, unused, and in original condition with tags to be eligible for return. Refunds or exchanges will not be issued for returned items that have been used or show signs of visible wear.

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