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Lazybones Ollie Pants French Floral

Lazybones Ollie Pants French Floral

Regular price $149.00
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Beautiful washed French linen pants in a wide leg cut for an effortless look. Soft and luxe, they will continue to soften with age and are made to last. Elasticated at the back for comfort and fitted with pockets for practicality, these are strong and breathable, and suited for wear the whole year round, for any occasion.


A variation on our popular Ollie linen pant now in an organic cotton in a new print called French Floral based on artwork from 1750.

There's a reason our Ollie pants are one of our best sellers...
They are ridiculously comfortable and stylish to wear :)

Wide leg pants with a flat front and front pockets.
Elastic waist at back only.

100% fair trade organic cotton voile
Heavier weight cotton lawn

Joanna wears size S 

Ingredients / Materials

100% fair trade organic cotton voile Heavier weight cotton lawn

Circular life

When a garment or textile can no longer be worn, mended, swapped, gifted, donated or upcycled, please contact your Council to find the nearest textile recycling scheme.

Brand story
Lazybones is a small Australian business situated in the hills of the Byron Bay shire, offering high-quality and fair trade organic bedding for your home. Their dog-friendly head office also composts (supporting their local worm population since 2008), has solar hot water plus rain collection tanks and a strict recycling procedure. Their partner factories include a GOTS certified factory in India, a Sedex certified factory also in India and a factory in Bali that they have built a 15 year relationship with. All of their business relationships are driven by a social and ecological responsibility. Lazybones also selects charities and organisations that they feel strongly about and donate to them regularly, including Climate Council, local Australian schools, the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, and The School of St Jude in Tanzania.
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