Classic Blue Stone Jeans


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Quite simply a great classic.

Denim designed from organic cotton and GOTS certified, the classic blue stone jeans have all the assets of a great classic clothes, the centerpiece of the wardrobe. At work or on week-ends, its strength lies in its versatility and we owe it to its semi-slim cut, neither too loose nor too fitted, which we have taken care to rework for a more natural and harmonious result.

- Composition of the classic blue stone jean: 98% organic cotton, 2% elastane
- GOTS certified canvas
- Semi-slim fit
- 86 cm leg length (length 34)
- 17 cm ankle opening (for a size 42)
- Portuguese manufacturing

Our model is 1m87 tall and wears a size 42.

Advice and caring

Tip n°1 : Wash your Jeans for the first time alone and under 30°C maximum.

Tip n°2 : Wash them with an anti-discoloration wipe and then dry them in the open air inside out, never in the dryer, for better color retention over time.

Tip n°3 : Always iron your Jeans inside out. Wash them as little as possible.

Shipping and return

Free delivery from €150 purchase.

Delivery in France:
In a relay point: €4,5
At home: €6,5
Click&Collect: Free

International delivery:
From €10

Returns are free from France thanks to our pre-paid label.

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