These Khadi trousers are a stylish and sustainable choice for your wardrobe. They are handmade and hand dyed using natural ingredients, so they have a unique marble print that makes them one-of-a-kind.
Plus, they're made from handloom khadi that is eco-friendly and 100% sustainable, produced in a slow manner to reduce waste and pollution. Pair them up with a top or shacket and you are good to rock.
Khadi fabric is a unique and special type of cloth that will keep you comfortable in any season. It's lightweight but warm during winter, and breathable & cool during summer. Khadi fabric is perfect for anyone looking for quality clothing that can be used all year round!
Fabric: Handloom Organic Khadi
Technique: Natural Dye
When laundering your garments:
Naturally dyed garments often experience some degree of colour bleeding during their initial washes - something that is perfectly normal. Over time, however, the colors will stabilize, creating a unique and graceful faded look that speaks to the garment's character.
To ensure your favorite piece remains vibrant for years to come, take special care with washing instructions and use gentle detergents free from harsh chemicals. With a little TLC (Tender Loving Care), you can enjoy this fashion staple while embracing its natural beauty at every stage.
Our apparel's fit relies on the design and fabric of each article of clothing. Certain garments are designed to drape loosely while others provide a more snug silhouette. One must understand how these components interact to ensure they're looking their best.
Handmade products may come with slight differences in hues and prints. These items offer a level of personalization that mass-produced goods simply can't replicate. No two items will ever be exactly alike; that's what makes them so special.
Handcrafted items are inherently prone to slight variances in color and design, which can lead to an irregular print or dyeing.
Therefore, any such imperfections should not be seen as defects, but rather natural variations of the handmade process. Ultimately, this means that a certain degree of unpredictability must be expected when it comes to uniformity and colors.