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SIZE: 8 (to fit waist = 65-70cm, hips = 90-95cm, inseam = 79cm)
MATERIALS: 100% cotton (excluding of trims), antique brass metal findings
This garment is part of a mini collection of transformable clothes that together make a complete outfit - a pair of jeans dungarees that can be transformed into jeans without the bib, into capri and shorts; and a reversible cream top that can be worn with or without sleeves. Perfect casual outfit for changeable Melbourne weather! Every piece is carefully designed and made by myself. I make sure all seams are really strong and the clothes I make are of the highest quality. I use hong kong seam finishes instead of regular serger as I believe good quality clothes should look good inside as well as outside. This is more laborious process used for top quality garments.
The jeans will possibly look “too new” for you, because to save chemicals going into our environment I left the process of ageing your jeans for you. After some time of wear they will get that “antique” look that every favourite pair of jeans has.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Avoid washing your jeans on a daily basis. Constant washing can lead to the denim fading and thinning. Air your jeans out in between wears to keep them smelling fresh.
Even though denim is a sturdy material, it’s best that you treat your jeans as delicates. If you use a washing machine, wash in cold water and on a delicate cycle. This will help maintain the quality of the fabric. Washing jeans inside out will also help keep the blue dye from fading (unless this is what you want to happen).
Wash denims by themselves or with other denims. The dye in denim can bleed onto other items in the wash. Try keeping darker denims together and separate from lighter denims.
Avoid using a machine dryer as this can damage the denim. Hang your jeans upside down or lay them flat in the sun. This will minimize creasing and eliminate the need for ironing. If you do need to use a dryer, use the lowest heat setting and remove the denim before it is completely dry.
If the jeans have begun to stretch and they need tightening up, jeans can be put in the dryer on a low setting for half a cycle. Allow them to air dry the rest of the way. Avoid using fabric softeners, as this can over-soften the denim and cause it to wear out faster.