Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant
Adeline Pant

Adeline Pant

Regular price $209.00
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These sailor style pants have an ultra high-rise, with a cropped wide leg silhouette. Adds a vintage look with an exposed wooden button fly, while helping  the environment by not using a zipper! 

ROCK THIS LOOK:
  • Tuck in your favorite plain tee
  • Pair with our Nikki top, and  throw on some boots or stylish flats.
  • Trust us, you will be turning heads in this outfit. Giddy up, girl. 


THE NITTY GRITTY
    • Our studio model Abby is 5’6’’, her measurements are 32-25-34 and is wearing a size 2. 

    • 100% dead stock fabric. Made in Colorado. 

    • *Each color has a different fabric content and fit.  Please review carefully.

      Regarding fit: the black are a spandex blend so they run true to size. As for the rest- these pants are fitted and run slim in the hips. Think raw denim. These babies can feel tight at first.  If you are bootylicious we suggest going up sizes! A tailor can easily take in the waist. Please review measurements carefully! Take a measuring tape and measure the highest part of your waist and the widest part of your hip!  Also, you can crop the pants or wear them long :) 

      • Black- Cotton/Spandex blend (true to size)
      • Stripe- Cotton (size up, slight stretch)
      • Gold- Tencel (size up, not much stretch)
      • Rust- Cotton (size up, not much stretch) 

 

what the f*ck is deadstock?

When a clothing company goes to production, they make / purchase a specific amount of fabric with intention to use. Most of the time, they only end up using 80%-90% of what’s made, leaving the left over behind to be thrown in landfills or burned. Deadstock is the fabric that is left behind. The idea behind using deadstock fabric is that we are creating beautiful clothes out of fabric that has already been made, and is no longer desired. This means we work with small yardages of fabric, and once something of ours is sold out, it’s gone forever. So everything we do at Past Life is small batch, limited runs and SLOW fashion. 

When it comes to sustainability, there is no clear path or right way to the most sustainable option for fabric. As a small business, we are doing our absolute best to be as sustainable as possible, and right now, we believe using deadstock is the best option.