Tani Bella Palazzo Wide Leg Resort Pant #S 8966 are Tani's new full leg version of their best selling Culotte Resort pants. With slimming wide leg cuffed hem they look like skorts, are super comfortable and cool to wear. na Black Micro Modal Resort Pant
- Easy wear wide band elasticated waist
- Full length wide leg pant with cuffed hem
- Two side pockets
- Unbelievably comfortable and flattering
- Wicks away moisture, dries fast
- Breathable, resistant to odour
- In summer cooler than cotton
- Eco-friendly sustainable fabric
- Easy care cold machine washable
FREE POST over $100* in Australia valued at $10 or $8.95 under $100
Flat Rate* to New Zealand $20 | Japan/Canada/USA $30 | UK $35
Tani Size Guide Choose your normal size but if in doubt go up a size as Tani Swing Fit Bella Palazzo Pants are designed to be loose and flowing from the hip down.
Ella is wearing size #10 and these are her measurements:
Height:174 Bust:95 Bra:10C Waist:72 Hips:95 Dress size:8-10
Tiffany is wearing size #18 and these are her measurements:
Height:170 Bust:124 Bra:16GG Waist:107 Hips:127 Dress size:16-18
Warm gently machine washable. Best washed in a washing net bag which prolongs the garments life and also keeps washing machine lint off the surface.
SUSTAINABLE AND ETHICAL
Tani is proud to produce its garments from an exclusive luxurious fibre derived from European beech wood, extracted from sustainable forests. Made by Austrian company Lenzing, the highest quality modal TENCEL™ Micro Modal fibres are exquisitely soft and pleasant to the skin.
After repeated washing, this fabric does not relinquish it's fantastic softness. Unlike water hungry cotton and wool, the sustainably managed beech forests utilise the natural water cycle so don’t need artificial irrigation. The fibers are certified as compostable and biodegradable, and thus can fully revert back to nature.
Tani believe in treating their workers and material suppliers fairly, with respect and select business partners that share these values.
Q. WHERE IS TANI MADE? A. It's an international effort.
1. Garments sold in Australia are designed in Australia by wife and husband Lisa Thornton and Paul Ryder
2. Material produced from trees in Austrian forests
3. Parent company sell in Japan
4. Communications in Hong Kong
5. Sewn in Dongguan, China since 1992