Velvet Flared Jeans
Flared velvet jeans in soft navy cotton velvet. Classic bell bottom fit, featuring front, back and coin pockets, belt loops and a zip and button closure with contrast 'denim style' top stitching throughout.
100% cotton velvet, Davisha Textiles, Richmond
Silver Stud Buttons and poly cotton thread, MRECHT, Richmond
Silver Metal Zip, LZF, Brunswick
100% Cotton lining, Wall Fabrics, Fitzroy
Button holes and stud buttons inserted by Brunswick Stitch House, Brunswick
This garment will be hand made to order, if you require any customisation made to the size or fit of your garment please let us know while ordering. This can be done by filling in the product option category 'customise', Please include details of fit requirements as well as measurements, If you require sizing help, please contact us at email@example.com
This garment should be made completed in 7-14 days, however please allow up to 4 - 6 weeks for your garment to be tailor made for you, each piece is hand cut and sewn in the 'Therefore' studio in Coburg. We will keep you updated with the progress of your order via email.
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Please allow up to 4 - 6 weeks for your garment to be tailor made for you, each piece is hand cut and sewn in the 'Therefore' studio in Coburg. We will keep you updated with the progress of your order via email and have it made and dispatched to you as soon as possible.
Another way we reduce waste is by cutting multiple patterns from the same cloth, this way we can utilise as much of the cloth as possible. Sometimes we even make a smaller garment that has been designed to be made from the scraps left over, our panelled velvet train driver’s hat for example! Finally each garment is made to order, meaning no excess stock at the end of season, and no wasted garments.