Striped Denim Picker's Pant



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These wide leg pants are made from 100% cotton indigo with white and red pinstriped denim. Drawstring and elastic adjustable waistband. Selvedge detail on left side. Two large patch pocket with signature stitching. Ideal for for cooler days in the garden. Pair with our Garden dress. Organic cotton farming supports, regional fair labor, clean water and healthy soil.

Made in our Los Angeles studio. 

Flora Animalia supports Mercy for Animals.

One Size

  • Waist 49"
  • Front rise 14"
  • Back rise 15.75"
  • Low hip width 25.5"
  • Inseam 20.75"
  • Pocket width 8.75"
  • Pocket length 9.5"

       Hand or machine wash, gentle cycle. Slight shrinkage after washing.

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      Flora Animalia
      4745 West Washington Blvd.
      Los Angeles, CA 90016
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