Enya Navy Cropped Pant

$96.00

or 4 installments of $24.00 by Afterpay

Why We  tonlé: Ethical, Sustainable, Women-Owned, Philanthropic

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Description

The Enya Cropped Pant by Cameo Clothing. These gorgeous trousers give you the confort of casual with a look of class!  Made of a breathable heavy rayon/linen slub, they feature deep pockets with a distinguished triangle detail.  Their versatile fit and elastic waist make them great on most body types.  These pants will be a ‘go to’ for your spring & summer escapades!

  • Materials:80% rayon, 20% linen
  • Washed Natural Fabric
  • Fit: True To Size
  • Flattering Crop Length
  • Deep Pockets
  • Dry clean or wash cold, line dry & press on reverse side
  • Ethically Made in LA

Additional information

Variant

Navy X-Small, Navy Small, Navy Medium, Navy Large, Navy X-Large

Sizing

True to Size

  • XS = 0 to 2
  • S = 2 to 4
  • M = 4 to 6
  • L = 8 to 10
  • XL = 12 to 14

If you have any questions about what size you should order, please don’t hesitate to reach out at hello@shopthepurpose.com

The Story of Cameo

Cameo is a sustainable, California-based and manufactured clothing line specializing in soft, effortless and classic designs. Founded in 2005 by designer Elisa Randazzo, Cameo is known for sophisticated pieces that are inspired by musical influences, film personas, stage and even childhood fantasies.  Cameo focuses on sustainable fabrics and minimal garment waste.  All items are made in ethical factories in SoCal, USA where all employees make at least minimum wage, over 75% of fabric used is overstock goods and their core cotton is milled by a family-owned factory in Los Angeles, CA.

Devoted fans of Elisa’s line include dozens of celebrities and international personalities who care about American, ethically-made goods that aim to protect our environment from the uber-waste of the fashion industry at large.