- The most comfortable pants in your closet, we once again offer the classic "fisherman" this time made with sustainable Eco Lyco linen TENCEL™™ fabric. For hundreds of years, fishermen (and the rest of the people) have used very comfortable and light pants that are now known as Thai fisherman pants, fisherman pants, Thai pants, ... or กางเกงเล They are unisex, and generally one size fits all.
- These Thai pants, have been out of Thailand for years and are used all over the world for these same reasons: they are very comfortable, cool and easy to wear (well, the first time you have to learn how to wear them 🙂 They are used to be on the beach, to be at home, by therapists for massages and consultations, to practice yoga or other exercises/sports (as they are wide they allow total freedom of movement). Given its breadth and adaptability, it can be used by women throughout the entire pregnancy period. They do not require much care and are unisex and one size fits all... you just have to choose the color.
- Available in white, black and buttermilk .
- Wash your clothes in cold water and do not use bleach or dryer, your pants and Mother Earth will thank you. T
- hank you for choosing sustainable
Maria Malo's Sizes guide
Every designer has their own take on what a standard fit is all about. María Malo crafting clothes that long to caress your body closely without cramping your style by holding on too tight. To choose the right size in our collection we beseech you: take out your measuring tape, write down the digits and then read the tips below before selecting your size.
The following size chart is a guide to help you choose the best size for your unique body shape. Remember that sizing is reasonably flexible with knitted and stretchy fabrics so we suggest you choose your size according to what kind of fit you like.
Pants are all made with a stretch component so choosing your size is about choosing how fitted you want your garment.
Hold the tape loosely when you measure your bust and make sure you can wriggle your shoulders freely with the tape in place.
For the waist, we recommend looping it around and then moving it up and down to find the narrowest part. Draw the tape firm here and take the measure. Do the same for the hips, but here we find the widest part.