WIDE PANTS CORALIA PISTACHIO
WIDE PANTS CORALIA PISTACHIO
WIDE PANTS CORALIA PISTACHIO
WIDE PANTS CORALIA PISTACHIO
WIDE PANTS CORALIA PISTACHIO
WIDE PANTS CORALIA PISTACHIO
WIDE PANTS CORALIA PISTACHIO
WIDE PANTS CORALIA PISTACHIO

WIDE PANTS CORALIA PISTACHIO

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EVERYDAY PANTS

CORALIA is your new every day pants - it's super comfy while it gives you the business casual look.
The pants feature two pockets in the front and the cut is straight. It has an attached non-elastic waistband, a crease and you can open and close the pants with a zipper and trouser hook.

The mix of 68% recycled polyester, 29% EcoVero™ and 3% elastan makes the pants super comfy but also gives it a firm handle.

Complete CORALIA with...
Blazer TULIA

68% recycled polyester/ recyceltes Polyester // 29% EcoVero™ // 3% elastane/ Elastan

At JAN 'N JUNE, only recycled polyester is used. Old PET bottles and other industrial waste are recycled for this purpose. By shredding and melting the waste, new filaments can be produced. Thus resources can be saved and the PET waste is reused instead of ending up in landfills or in the sea. Recycled polyester is just as high quality as newly produced polyester, but less energy is required in the production process.

EcoVero™ is the sustainable alternative to viscose from Lenzing. The raw material is cellulose, which is obtained from renewable sources such as wood and pulp. Its production causes 50% less emissions and water pollution than conventional viscose. The wood comes from controlled cultivation in Europe and is FSC® and PEFC™ certified. Lenzing also offers full transparency of the supply chain so that the used raw materials can be traced. The material has a silky, shiny look and is comfortable to wear on the skin.

Want to learn more about the materials we use? Head over to our materials site!

This item is made of recycled polyester and EcoVero™ - supersoft, supersustainable and a bit delicate, so please handle with care:

  • wash up to 30°C
  • no softener
  • no ironing (no wrinkles anyway, we promise!).

To avoid microplastics floating from your washing machine to the seas, please use a Guppyfriend washing bag.

Regular fit. Our Model Esther is 1,79m tall and wears size S

All information given in cm.

 

XS

S

M

L

XL

waist width 

34

36

38

40,5

43,5

hip width

49

51

53

55,5

58,5

outer leg length 

107

108

109

110

111

Little reminder: Your size doesn't define you, dear.

 

Please note that the measurement refer to the piece itself and are not body measurements.
Wondering how to find the right size? Simply compare the measurements above to a similar piece of clothing you already own - you're welcome.

ECO ID

CORALIA

1. design

Our founders Anna and Jula still do all of the design work themselves. They are mastering that challenge, despite living in two different countries. Luckily they're pros at long-distance teamwork.

So the design process is split between Hamburg and Dubai.

2. raw material
This is a deadstock woven fabric made from 100% recycled polyester. Most often recycled polyester is made out of industrial waste or post-consumer plastics like PET bottles. 
The products had been grinded, melted and afterwards extruded into new fibers. The recycled fibers are made in Gujarat, India. The austrian fiber supplier Lenzing AG has a sustainable take on viscose, based on renewable wood from certified sources. 

The EcoVero™  for this piece of clothing was produced in Austria.

3. yarn production

No matter which fibers we are talking about, they have to be spun into a yarn for further production steps. 

The yarn production takes place in Famalicão, Portugal. 

4. fabric production

The next step of our Supply Chain is to weave the yarn into a fabric. 
The fabric production is located in Famalicão, Portugal.

5. manufacturing

That's where all the magic happens!
Our manufacturers receive the patterns, fabrics, and other components like buttons or zippers and make them into a garment.

This piece is made in Wroclaw, Poland.

6. distribution 

As some of you may remember, we used to do the shipping and warehouse management in our Headquarter in Hamburg by ourselves - yes, that was a lot of work! 

Since 2020 we are working with our amazing logistics partner Livipur, which is located in Bad Homburg, Germany

#byebyefastfashion
Made by

the lovely people working in our (second) Polish production which is a  family-owned company specialized on sewing woven garments. Made fair, sustainably & with love in Szubin near Bydgoszcz, Poland.

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