Diarte - Mae merino soft rib knit trousers

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Diarte - Mae merino soft rib knit trousers
Diarte - Mae merino soft rib knit trousers
Diarte - Mae merino soft rib knit trousers
Diarte - Mae merino soft rib knit trousers

Brand. Diarte

Colour. Chocolate

A soft rib staple in extra-fine merino wool. To wear as a smart comfort wear set with the matching Rami sweater, or on its own with a colour contrast knit or silk top, these elasticated trousers will be your new favourite item. 

 

- Zero-waste, timeless style and locally made

- High-quality Italian yarn. 100% Extrafine merino wool

- Made in Spain in a local and family-run factory

- The model is 174 cm and wears size S

 


Diarte - Mae merino soft rib knit trousers
Diarte - Mae merino soft rib knit trousers
Diarte - Mae merino soft rib knit trousers
Diarte - Mae merino soft rib knit trousers

 

Womens clothing size chart:

size 0  size 1 size 2 size 3
x-small small medium large
UK 8 UK 10 UK 12 UK 14
FR 36 FR 38 FR 40 FR 42
US 2-4 US 4-6 US 8 US 10

 

Unisex clothing size chart:

Our unisex wear will fit true to size for men and a relaxed fit for women.

size 1  size 2 size 3
Mens Small Medium Large
Womens S/M M/L L/XL

 

Womens shoes sizing chart:

European 36 37 38 39 40 41
UK 3 4 5 6 7 8
US 5 6 7 8 9 10

 

Kimono sizing chart:

All of our antique kimonos are one of a kind and were made to measure for their previous owner so sizes will vary. You can find on each kimono description their specific fit and measurements. 

Authentic Japanese kimonos will always be long in length as they are meant to be folded under the obi belt when worn in the traditional way. We offer alteration services should you wish to have your kimono custom made to your height.

Haori jackets are the "cardigans" of the kimono so they are always shorter in length and will arrive about hip length to over the knee for taishō era ones. 

Nagajuban kimonos are the underlayer to the heavier silk kimonos and will often be midi length and therefore wouldn't need altering if wearing as outerwear. They are less adorned than actual kimonos but have a beautiful fit in a lightweight silk.