Baja Pant - Origami
Baja Pant - Origami
Baja Pant - Origami

Baja Pant - Origami

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100% Hand Loomed Cotton w/ Block Print

Comfortable and chic mid-rise pants with side pockets, tapered leg, and elastic waistband. We love wearing the lounge pant paired with a cute crop top for the perfect mix of textile goodness.

The various patterns in this garment have all been individually hand block printed throughout the fabric, making each one completely unique. The top is also made with natural dyes and natural fibers.

S: Waist (unstretched) 15” (stretched) 17“, Inseam 27.5”, Hips 21”

M: Waist (unstretched) 16” (stretched) 18“, Inseam 28”, Hips 22”

All measurements taken flat, double for full size. All measurements are approximate, +/- a tolerance that is expected with handmade clothing.

  • 100% handloom cotton

  • Fits true to size in waist, leg tapers in.

  • Because the garments are made by hand with natural dyes, slight color differences and imperfections between fabrics are expected. These differences enhance the beauty of our textiles and are celebrated. Some natural dyes, especially indigo, may bleed and transfer. We recommend washing gently or with like colors in cold water and air drying.By - an ethical women’s apparel line designed by Meghna Dave in her Portland studio and handmade in India using traditional artisan techniques such as block printing, hand weaving and screen printing. We focus on sustainable textiles made with natural fibers and vegetable dyes. Maelu strives to follow a sustainable business model by not only creating naturally made global textiles but by also making responsible business decisions. Maelu directly supports the artisans in India that block-print the fabric and also donates a portion of all profits directly to www.globalfundforwomen.org, a non-profit foundation supporting the advancement of women's human rights around the world.

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By MAELU - an ethical women’s apparel line designed by Meghna Dave in her Portland studio and handmade in India using traditional artisan techniques such as block printing, hand weaving and screen printing. We focus on sustainable textiles made with natural fibers and vegetable dyes. Maelu strives to follow a sustainable business model by not only creating naturally made global textiles but by also making responsible business decisions. Maelu directly supports the artisans in India that block-print the fabric and also donates a portion of all profits directly to www.globalfundforwomen.org, a non-profit foundation supporting the advancement of women's human rights around the world.