Description Quilted vest that takes its name from the type of meal that combines "breakfast" and "lunch". Like the eponymous meal, brunch can be worn in any weather and on any occasion. 80% merino wool 20% polyamide Wear fitted / close to the body. Taupe Quilted mesh Contrast band in navy / ash / anthracite gray 3-strip collar Navy contrast...
Wasp Green khaki Pants
Preppy is a fashion style a bit sporty, that comes from the upper class WASP circles of the United States Coast around the 1950s, then across the other countries further south. And our Wasp Pants are definitly preppy.
- 97% Cotton - 3% Elastane
- Embroidery spades
- Green khaki
FABRICS & CLEANING
Chino Slack is made of cotton with a touch of elastane to bring comfort and softness.
- Washing at 30 °
- No dryer
- Average ironing
- Authorized press
- Made in Portygal
DELIVERY & RETURNS
Free Chronopost delivery.
All orders placed before 12am will be shipped within the day, if stocks are available.
Returns offered for 365 days.
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Take care of your slack and your Bermudes
The key to keep Slack trousers and Bermudes' peach skin is a machine wash upside down at 30 degrees maximum, wear it several times before washing, nothing is too much to wash.
We recommend simple drying in the open air and flat.
We strongly recommend that you do not put your Slack pants and Bermudes in a dryer, as they may shrink and lose their elasticity.
For ironing, a medium temperature iron is de rigueur so as not to burn the pretty peach skin.