Women's June culottes
Women's June culottes
Women's culottes, with elastic at the back and zipper closure at the side. Nice deep pockets, and wide legs. Comfy enough for the weekend, and dressy enough for the office. We’ve tested these on lots of different body shapes, and because everyone has a different shape, we’ve made them in curvy or regular fit - curvy fit has the same waist size as regular fit but a bit more room in the hips and bum. Concerned about fit? You can send us an email with your measurements and we can make these pants to fit your shape, as each pair is made to order.
Made with either navy linen/cotton blend, stretch Japanese charcoal corduroy, or stretch Japanese navy corduroy. We dye the corduroy ourselves with low impact dyes in Los Angeles. You can also buy matching culottes for your mini, just click here.
These ethically produced heirloom pants were made and produced within a 2 mile radius in downtown LA. We pay our sewers a fair wage, carefully source our fabrics from fair trade and environmentally sustainable factories.
Made to order, will take approximately 2 weeks. We can customize to your waist and inseam measurement. Just leave a note at checkout. All prices in USD.
Inseam is 25 inches, but because these are made to order the inseam can be made longer or shorter if you leave a note at checkout (note they are meant to be cropped, and hit just above your anklebone).
xxs- fits 24-25 inch waist
xs- fits 26-27 inch waist
s- fits 28-29 inch waist
m- fits 30-31 inch waist
l- fits 32-33 inch waist
xl- fits 34-35 inch waist
Is your size not listed? Just send us an email and we can customize to your measurements: each pair is made to order.
How to measure yourself: measure your waist at your bellybutton. Pull the measuring tape tight around your belly, these pants have elastic at the back and fit best when the waist is snug. Measure your inseam from the top of your thigh to the top of your anklebone (or as long or short as you want the pants). This is not the same as your regular inseam in jeans. It is hard to measure your own inseam so if you can, ask a friend to measure you! Alternatively, you can measure the inseam of a pair of pants that you like.