"Authentic indigo dyeing" Sashiko cotton hemp striped slacks pants 9/4 length
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Description of item
Indigo-dyed striped slacks pants.
■A masterpiece that makes everyday dressing smart!
Introducing elegant and fashionable slacks that will captivate you with its luxurious finish. This quality is the real deal.
Made of cotton linen fabric that is comfortable to wear, it has a silhouette that is useful for trendy set-up styles and neat styling.
■We fall in love with classical sensitivity. A classic and classic style that evolves.
The natural tapered silhouette that is not too tight is perfect for a smart look. It can be worn in a wide range of ways, from everyday use to formal occasions. Not only can it be set up with a jacket, but it can also be worn casually with shirts, knitwear, and hoodies to create an elegant and mature style.
■ You can use it fashionably and cutely as spring clothes, summer clothes, autumn clothes, and winter clothes. People in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s can wear it regardless of age.
[Materials and others]
The texture is very nice and the fabric is easy to care for.
Sashiko, a traditional folk craft from the Edo period
Using Sashiko to Make the Most of Limited Resources During the Edo period, cloth that could only be produced by hand-weaving was very valuable, and most of the common people purchased cloth and kimonos from second-hand clothing stores. When the kimono becomes old, it can be remade into children's clothes, used as diapers or rags, or sold to a scrap shop to reuse it over and over again. They devised ways to extend the life of the cloth by applying beautiful sashiko to the cloth that wears out in the process of being used.
During the Edo period, cloth was carefully handled until the end, combining cloth and reinforcing it with sashiko. Even in today's world, where things are overflowing, I would like to learn the custom of careful handiwork and valuing things.
The indigo dyeing process is completed by hand from scratch
delivery and shipping
delivery and shipping
① Notes on delivery
● Ordering will be completed when the shipping completion email is sent.
●Period from order to delivery
Order to shipping 2 to 5 business days
Shipping to arrival 4-5 working days
*Orders placed after noon on Friday will be processed on Monday. In addition, we do not carry out backorder business on Saturdays and Sundays.
*After shipping is completed, we will notify you of the tracking number to your email address.
② About shipping fee
Shipping: 690 yen for everything
However, remote island relay fee: 1,500 yen (tax included)
*Okinawa, Hokkaido and Kagoshima only
*Free shipping over 11,999 yen
* In the case of cash on delivery, a cash-on-delivery charge of 330 yen (including tax) will be charged separately.
Destination countries : Countries that can be shipped are not only Japan, but also the United States, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, etc. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com for more information on shipping costs.
About returns and exchanges
Please be sure to contact us within 7 days from the delivery of the product.
Please note that we cannot accept returns or exchanges without contacting us. If you receive a return or exchange, please return it within 10 days from the delivery date. (Please note that if 10 days or more have passed and there is no return, we will not be able to accept it.)
If the size does not fit or is different from the image, it will be returned or exchanged at the customer's convenience. detail