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The Celine pant is our classic wide-leg pant. Loose fitting, full-length with pockets, elastic waistband and adjustable drawstring.

  • 100% linen 
  • Elasticated drawstring waistband 
  • Side pockets 
  • Model wears size S

Our 100% linen fabric is minimally processed and naturally textured which results in some speckles in the fabric and print, which we considered part of the fabric's distinct charm.

S: flat waistband is 32cm, hip measurement is 53cm
M: flat waistband is 37.5cm, hip measurement is 58.5cm
L: flat waistband is 41.5cm, hip measurement is 62.5cm
XL: flat waistband is 45.5cm, hip measurement is 66.5cm

The name "Mazharia" is derived from the Arabic word for "Flower Vase." This print was hand-painted in ink as a stylized interpretation of the pottery and ceramics discovered on our travels through Morocco and the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. These traditional handcrafts are typically decorated with vivid patterns and geometric shapes, which influenced the brushstrokes of Mazharia.

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Soleil Soleil -Celine pant - Mazharia

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The Celine pant is our classic wide-leg pant. Loose fitting, full-length with pockets, elastic waistband and adjustable drawstring.

  • 100% linen 
  • Elasticated drawstring waistband 
  • Side pockets 
  • Model wears size S

Our 100% linen fabric is minimally processed and naturally textured which results in some speckles in the fabric and print, which we considered part of the fabric's distinct charm.

S: flat waistband is 32cm, hip measurement is 53cm
M: flat waistband is 37.5cm, hip measurement is 58.5cm
L: flat waistband is 41.5cm, hip measurement is 62.5cm
XL: flat waistband is 45.5cm, hip measurement is 66.5cm

The name "Mazharia" is derived from the Arabic word for "Flower Vase." This print was hand-painted in ink as a stylized interpretation of the pottery and ceramics discovered on our travels through Morocco and the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. These traditional handcrafts are typically decorated with vivid patterns and geometric shapes, which influenced the brushstrokes of Mazharia.