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Circle print cotton genie trousers from Emma's Emporium
Circle print cotton genie trousers from Emma's Emporium
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Circle Print Cotton GENIE Harem TROUSERS

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Versatile and easy to wear cotton print genie trousers

Made in India and inspired by mandala patterns, these soft cotton trousers are comfortable and versatile.

The beautiful floral pattern comes in rich teal and blue-green emerald tones.

The trousers have a wide elasticated waistband that can be worn high, low or folded over, making them perfect loungewear for relaxing in the garden or for dancing the day away at a festival.

The elasticated ankles can be worn at the ankle, on the calf and below the knee to create a variety of looks.

Team these pretty trousers with sandals and a flowy top for a summers day or layer them up with tights and warm boots for a rainy stomp in the forest! The extra-wide elastic waistband means they can also be worn as maternity wear.

Sizing and care instructions

One Size – approx up to UK dress size 18

Waist measures: 60cm - 100cm (24” - 40”)

Ankle measures: 10cm - 22cm (4” - 9” ) Garment length: 98cm (38.5”)

Machine wash at 40 degrees and air dry for long-lasting colours and wear

 

Ethical Global Fashion

Our clothes are designed exclusively for Emma's Emporium and made in collaboration with our manufacturing partners in India. Ensuring that your style doesn't come at the cost of another's wellbeing.

All our clothes are made to the following ethical standards: we buy direct from the manufacturer to ensure they get a fair price and so do you. Workers have safe conditions and fair wages with no child labour. Looking good shouldn't be at the expense of someone else's wellbeing.

Made at the family-run Rankawat factory in Pushkar, North-West India.