Camp Pant in Bone
- Regular price
- $69.99 USD
- Regular price
- Sale price
- $69.99 USD
- Unit price
Made and shipped to you by our FairlyStyled partners.
Our beloved High Rise Pant got a new look! With its new straight leg, high tailored waist, rigid upcycled denim textile and handcrafted details, The Camp Pant is ready for anything. Designed to be paired with the Roan Shirt Jacket or any of your favorite tops, we think it will be your new go-to. Because what's better than good denim? Good earth-loving denim.
The only thing better is knowing that this piece was lovingly hand-crafted with the highest standards for honoring both people and the planet. This piece was made in a woman-owned factory that creates financial freedom for female artisans by providing living wage employment and meaningful employment and community in the workplace. In addition to choosing natural materials that are earth-friendly, this piece is carbon neutral through a carbon offsetting program with Grow Ahead.
Fair to people. Fair to planet. FairlyStyled.
Made with 100% Upcycled Cotton Denim
Handmade in Guatamala
- Machine wash cold on delicate cycle, lay flat to dry, warm iron as needed.
To care for our planet by minimizing shipping emissions, this piece will ship to you (FREE!) directly from our artisan partners. Please see the Returns tab for more information about returns & exchanges on this item.
Meet the Model:
Brit wears a size 2.
Bust - 32"
Waist - 27"
Hip - 34”
Height - 5'9
Kait wears size 2.
Bust - 33"
Waist - 27"
Hip - 37”
Height - 5'8"
LAUDE the Label empowers women around the world to find financial freedom through safe and meaningful employment at living wages. We believe our clothing choices don’t just affect us personally — they also have global implications on the environment and the livelihoods of millions of people in developing economies. At LAUDE the Label, we offer a slower and more conscious approach to alleviate the impact of the convention industry has on climate change and cycles of poverty.
As a company, we measure success by impact, not profits. Our model is moving the fashion industry toward a more humane approach, where the Earth and Maker are valued.
Our core pillars of impact are:
1.) Environmental Consciousness
2.) Women-Centered Impact
3.) Fair Wages
4.) Safe & Meaningful Work Environment
5.) Long-Lasting Quality
Artisan Wage Statistics:
In 2022, LAUDE the Label producers made a minimum of 45% above fair trade wage requirements, and because our workforce is paid fairly, we reported less than a 3% turnover rate within our teams.
- Our highest-paid sewers are paid 181% above a living wage.
- The average wage of sewers is 114% above a living wage.
- Our highest-paid knitters are paid 83% above a living wage.
- The average wage of knitters are paid 58% above a living wage.
- The highest-paid entry-level workers (trimmers, cutters, QC) are paid 35% above a living wage.
- The average wage of entry-level workers (trimmers, cutters, QC) are paid 18% above a living wage.
Luz Saldana, one of the artisans behind our sustainable knitwear collection, shares how knitting is more than a job—it’s a path toward her community’s goals.
“We started out as workers so that later we could open our own workshop. We were growing and learning step by step, learning new techniques from each of our workers. Now, we are the second generation who is involved in the whole process.
We aren’t just making a basic knitted garment. With every design, we make art so each design becomes a challenge that we always try to successfully bring to life. In this way, work is generated for a whole community of people.
Our work helps us to improve ourselves and learn something new and necessary every day to grow as a workshop and as a company. That includes continuous improvements in the production process, always in a responsible way that maintains the best standards. We always want to do our best.
I would like those who purchase our work to know that behind each piece is not only one person but many, who were able to achieve or move forward to reach their goals through knitting.
By respecting the principles of fair trade, we all benefit, not just one of the chains. This includes the environment because the garments, we make are not fast fashion.”
Please carefully review our return policy below to make sure your purchase qualifies for a return.
LAUDE the Label will accept returns of full-price, unworn, unwashed, and undamaged items purchased on our site for a full refund (minus a $10 return label and restocking fee) within 14 days from your delivery date. All items must be sent back in their original packaging and with brand tags still attached.
All returns must be shipped back to our warehouse at 2914 Stanley Ave, Suite 100, Fort Worth, TX 76110, along with the order # or packing slip. Returns that do not include an order # or packing slip may not be accepted. Refunds will be processed within 48 hours of being received.
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All international orders are final sale and do not qualify for returns or exchanges.
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