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Meet the seventies high waisted fitted and flared hem pants
Darts at the waist to create a shape.
Zipper opening on left side seam.
Features two pockets at back and madre natura label.
Stretch and return, flat and dry cotton elastane blend.
Designed thoughtfully with a sheer look making this piece wearable for both day and evening
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The madre natura design and production is made in Sydney, Australia. madre natura proudly always remain radically transparent see mn_Makers story. madre natura believe that all genders and cultures have equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities. The madre natura gender-neutral designs showcase our love for equality.
madre natura trims were carefully sourced from biodegradable fibres such as GOTS organic cotton, TENCEL™ and raw natural materials or non-virgin fibres such as Recycled (PET) Plastic water bottles and post-consumer recycled paper for our shipping boxes, packing tape, tissue paper, wrapping paper, swing tags and stickers. This ensure’s the reduction of raw materials created and biodegradable benefits our planet by consuming less energy and reduces carbon emissions and waste in landfill. For each product you purchase you are gifted with complimentary mends for our products lifetime, in doing so this ensures longevity and quality. See mn_Mends.
When we think about mindful consumption, cost per use is a way of evaluating whether or not your purchase is sustainable or not. Asking questions like “will I use/wear this piece more than 30 times?” “Will I fix it when it breaks?” “When I’ve finished using it, will I extent the lifespan of the item by giving it to someone I know/charity?” All of these actions will decrease the overall carbon footprint of your purchase.
How do you work out the cost per use? Divide the price of the product by 30! We use 30 as this is the average amount of uses items are thought to have.
Having recently entered a partnership with One Tree Planted for our 2022 mn_CPP Climate Positive Project, madre natura will measure their carbon footprint yearly with a carbon report. The goal is to become climate positive by 2023.
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The story behind madre nature
Founded by Jackie Galleghan, the madre nature brand cultivates timeless, luxurious Australian style that is modern yet nostalgic and gender fluid. Crafted to curate a meaningful wardrobe, from fabrics and trims chosen only for quality and durability, each piece is designed to fit seamlessly into your everyday. Considering the principles of balance, each silhouette flatters the form. An array of natural, earthy tones pair effortlessly with your existing wardrobe, for pieces you can cherish for years to come. Handcrafted locally in Sydney, Australia, with a conscious approach, each piece is an investment, made to last. madre natura designs are lovingly cared for, offering complimentary alterations and repairs from their local community. Together, their mission is to build an optimistic future for the fashion industry.
Meaning ‘Mother Nature’ in Italian, madre natura is inspired by the ethos of mother earth; nurturing and giving life to nature. They firmly believe love and care for our environment should work in equilibrium with our kindness and respect for the people around them. This is an existential element to create a planet that can sustain humanity. This guides madre natura to be purposeful with every decision, aligning with our values - sustainable, ethical, circular and slow fashion.
"madre nature is a love story for our planet and its people"
One Tree Planet
"We are thrilled to announce, we have entered a partnership with One Tree Planted for our 2022 mn_CPP Climate Positive Project and we will will measure our carbon footprint yearly with a carbon report. Our goal is to become climate positive by 2023."
For each product you purchase you are gifted with complimentary mends for our products lifetime, in doing so this ensures longevity and quality.
"Our vision is to create a circular fashion house as we do not wish for our products to end up in landfill, in doing so we created a circular program that involves a partnership with Australia Textile Recycling Factory for the afterlife of our products and fabric off-cuts."