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Day Shorts - Rust

$250.00
Day Shorts - Rust
Day Shorts - Rust
Day Shorts - Rust
Day Shorts - Rust
Day Shorts - Rust
Day Shorts - Rust
Day Shorts - Rust
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Day Shorts - Rust

$250.00
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The Day Shorts are a comfortable, easy-to-wear short. Featuring a relaxed wide leg, elastic waistband, side and back pockets, cut from a soft linen-viscose blend. These shorts pair great with the Box tee.

  • Linen Viscose blend
  • Side + back pockets 
  • Elastic waistband
  • Designed, Made and Dyed in Australia

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The Day Shorts are a comfortable, easy-to-wear short. Featuring a relaxed wide leg, elastic waistband, side and back pockets, cut from a soft linen-viscose blend. These shorts pair great with the Box tee.

  • Linen Viscose blend
  • Side + back pockets 
  • Elastic waistband
  • Designed, Made and Dyed in Australia

  • Ingredients

    The Shorts in Rust are dyed with Cutch - the ground wood of a Acacia Catechu tree. Before the Tee can be dyed, it must first be steeped overnight with gullnuts from an oak tree. Once the cotton has bonded with the tannins of the gullnuts, it is then ready to take on the deep reddish orange tones of the cutch. This dye technique creates a subtle mottled effect, colours and patterns may vary slightly.

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  • Materials

    The Day Shorts are constructed with a blend of 60% Viscose and 40% Linen. We have chosen to blend viscose because it ads softness whilst keeping the linen look. They are both cellulose based natural fibres so they dye nicely. This material softens with use.

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  • Sizing
    • Judith is 175cm, dress size 6 and is wearing a size 1 
    • Max is 187 cm, suit size 36 and is wearing a size 1
    Sizing

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Our Responsibility

We believe that the ingredients we need to dye textiles are all around us, trees, seeds and food waste can make amazing colours. We can avoid the need for chemical dyes that cause massive harm to the environment and waste tremendous amounts of water and energy.

Whilst we realise that no new clothing is completely sustainable, we strive to reduce our environmental impact as much as possible. Our garments are dyed with kitchen waste like onion skins or from foraged leaves and barks.

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