Tini Leftover Denim Paperbag Jeans

CHF 390.00

An odd to another era. The paperbag jeans are characterized by their high waist and loose fit. SANIKAI has created a special piece with leftover denim and coconut shell buttons.

This style take inspiration both from the different traditional models that sought to highlight the silhouette of women during the thirties and forties and from the more stylized and wide cuts that would gain popularity from the sixties. Complete the look with Bérenicé Organic Cotton White Wrap Blouse and white sneakers.

Select your normal size and we will contact you as soon as we get your order to get your exact measurements since the piece will be made only for you.

Product Details

  • Sewing & delivery time 8- 12 days (Handmade in Switzerland)
  • 100% Cotton, leftover from Switzerland
  • Color: Blue
  • Buttons: Coconut Shell
  • Vegan
  • Model wears 36/S
  • These delicate trousers have been handmade, SANIKAI recommends to wash it at 30 C to ensure will be a long lasting piece.

Shipping & Returns

We ship on Mondays and Fridays only.

For made to order items the time to prepare can vary and will be stated in the individual listing.

We do our best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the Swiss post.

Please kindly note that SANIKAI is a made to order brand. The clothes are sewn with much love and effort according to your order. We do not accept returns but will adjust the garment until it fits. Write us at within 14 days of delivery and we will guide you through the steps to follow. Sadly shipping costs are nonrefundable.

About the Brand

SANIKAI is a Swiss based vegan and sustainable fashion brand that, since 2015, is engaged to protect our Mother Earth by using natural or recycled materials, working closely with suppliers and producing everything by hand, hence minimizing the impact on the planet.

The brand has give-up the stock and all the items are made to order in their studio in Zurich.

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