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Inspired by 1990s & 2000’S boy bands, vintage workwear & our iconic Aussie Tradies! The Carpenter Jean features those vintage Workwear details like the back hammer loop & extra pockets. This Jean is a more slim & tapered leg Vs the Jagger Jean which is a relaxed baggy straight leg.
SIZING – SMALL FIT, SIZE UP!!! - see size charts in images
Fit runs small around the waist, so please SIZE UP . Check the chart attached & use a tape measure to check the waist, length & hip on your child as per image attached. The Johnny Jean is designed to be a slim tapered fit ,size up for a baggier look. Comes with removable Suspender Straps for fun! I suggest using the rolled up cuff length to choose your size so your child has room to grow & wear for a few seasons.
Ben - 2years old wearing size 2-3yo for a slim fit, he could size up to a 4yo for a baggier fit.
FABRIC: Made from our new sustainable100% Cotton 10oz Denim using Recycled Cotton fibres.
Designed in Melbourne, Australia.
DENIM CARE – WORN IN DENIM & INDIGO DYES
Delicate machine or hand wash with eco-friendly washing liquid. Remove metal trims before washing where possible.
SHADING - Please note due to the denim washing process some pieces may vary in shade & colour slightly. The natural indigo dye used to make denim fades naturally with wash, wear & sun. Dry in the shade, remove metal trims before washing to avoid the trims breaking or damaging other items of clothing or fabrics during the wash cycle.
VINTAGE LOOK - Our designs are inspired by Vintage worn & loved kids denim from the 70s, 80s & 90s so some abrasions, small rips & imperfections may appear on the seams, hem lines, waistband or elastic seam edges after the heavy washing process. The lighter the denim shade, the softer & more worn in the garment will be. If you do not like this beaten upvintage look with small abrasions & faded seams, please check our Collection for Darker Blue denim wash styles for a cleaner look.
RECYCLED COTTON - Due to the nature of our Recycled Cotton denims, contrast coloured or darker cotton fibres can sometimes be mixed in with the yarns during the spinning process. Once the denim is woven up & washed back, these imperfections can be more visible in the fabric & look like a small defect. We hope you can appreciate our commitment to supporting more sustainable fibres, fabrics & cotton farming.