Taiko pants shibori - jan hilmer. Plant dye, ankle length, unisex trousers, crafted from 100% cotton, front-tie fastening, elastic on waist and 2 front pockets. 100% cotton hand dyed with natural dyes (plant dye) using shibori tie dye technique. These are relax fitting and if at all in doubt i recommend going up a size bigger. Check out the 100% linen version here.
We are leaders in the "slow fashion" movement, with a small workshop in bali where myself, monica wallway, and several other craftsmen make all jan hilmer clothes and jewelry by hand. We believe in quality over quantity, so we've crafted our garments to a premium level with an eye for details that transcend mass market trends. For jeans and pants, we ask you to measure your hip/waist line.
For best results, use a flexible tailors measuring tape, and have a friend measure you while standing. If you don't have a tape measure, use a string, then measure that. To measure your hip/waist, pull the tape measure gently taught around your waist, 10cm (4 inches) below your belly button.Look forward, exhale to your relaxed natural position, and record the measurement in centimeters. If you like your pants a bit looser, or to allow for a wee bit of breathing room, leave enough room for one finger to fit between the tape measure and your body. The next step is to apply your measurements to the attached chart. Find what range fits you best.
For example, if your hip range is 88cm then you would be a size 32. If your hip range is 92cm, you would be a snug (fitted) size 33, or a loose (roomier) size 34.
Depending on what your measurements and personal preferences are, use you judgment to choose a more fitted or roomier cut. Thanks for visiting jan hilmer. We have a new shop for women: haus of sparrow. This item is made of cotton and plant dye.
The style is steampunk and hipster.