Patch Pocket Trousers Faded Indigo
Limited Edition for Spring 23. This iteration of our Patch Pocket Trousers is made from a texture-heavy délavé linen from Northern Ireland that offers something different to the block colour linens we normally use, thanks to a special dying process where the yarn is dyed before the fabric is woven.
It's a style inspired by the durability and timeless style of utilitarian workwear, with features, construction, and fabric that elevate them to something a little bit more considered.
Two layers of fabric from mid thigh to mid shin reinforce the knee area, giving the trousers a more purposeful hang and reinforced structure in an area normally prone to bagging.
– Regular, tapered fit
– Side fasteners for waistline adjustability
– 225gsm/7oz linen from Belgian Masters of linen®
– Made by trouser specialists in Northern Portugal
– Plastic-free from the factory to your door
Delivery & Returns
Once your order is placed, you will receive a confirmation email letting you know that our team has received your order, and once your order has been fulfilled, you will receive another email notification confirming any relevant tracking information. Shipping fees are non-refundable in the case of returns.
The shipping options given at checkout are:
Royal Mail Tracked, 2-3 working turnaround, £7.
Royal Mail Next Day Tracked, orders must be placed on weekdays before 12pm for guaranteed next day delivery, £12
International Shipping, £15
Returns and Exchanges Policy
We hope you love your purchase, however, if you change your mind any unwanted items can be exchanged or returned within 30 days of your order’s delivery date. All returned items must be in their original, unworn, unwashed condition, including all tags. We do not offer free returns or exchanges, instead the customer must cover the cost of postage, a postage label will be generated within our returns portal (more information below). However, please note, for exchanges the new item dispatched from our distribution centre will be sent free of charge.
As a first port of call, we’ll do our best to address any concerns you might have about your item(s). Please send an email to email@example.com with any questions you have – you will receive a reply from one of our small team, addressing your specific queries. Never automated advice. If we don’t have what you’re looking for online, there’s a good chance we have it at our shop, so we will do our best to make the desired exchange happen.
If you would like to move forward with your return or exchange you can access our returns portal, it’s an interface to support any requests and can also create a postal label.
For UK orders please click HERE, and for International orders please click HERE. Once on the correct portal please enter your order number (just the numbers no need to include the FL at the beginning) and the email associated with the order. Your order number can be found on your confirmation email.
Select the item(s) that you would like to return, exchange or take store credit for and tell us the reason. Please note that we offer a 10% increase in the gross cost of your original order if you choose the credit option instead of a full refund. This credit has no expiry date and can be redeemed in store and online.
Once you have made your choices, UK customers will generate a Royal Mail returns label for a cost of £5 and overseas customers will generate a label with UPS for a cost of £12.
Pack the items back into the box and either attach the pre-paid label or show the QR code at the drop point for scanning.
If you are using the QR code, a pre-paid returns label will be printed by the Post Office/drop point and attached to your parcel and you will then be provided with a tracking receipt.
And that’s it, we will look after the rest. As soon as your items arrive back with us we will process your exchange or refund for you.
We also accept online returns and exchanges in our Notting Hill store without the use of our portal. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about this process.
Care, wear and styling
Our approach to sustainability
We complement linen’s inherent sustainability by carefully selecting low-impact materials for the trim and detailing of everything we make, including urea buttons and organic herringbone cotton labels.
Being plastic-free often means getting rid of single use plastic behind the scenes. Since going plastic-free in 2019, we’ve picked up every collection by hand, saving over 5k plastic sheets & 4k plastic packages.