US SHIPPING NOTICE
The USPS recently made a drastic change to the way they calculate shipping on large packages, affecting the shipping cost of our hanging planters and headboards, you can read about it HERE
The actual cost of shipping planters and headboards is now from $25 (within LA) up to $65 (the furthest states). Any overcharges at checkout will be reimbursed at the time of shipping.
Please message us with your address if you want a quote specific to your location and sorry for the inconvenience!
These printed poly/spandex leggings are custom printed with a mix of a tropical palm leaf graphic and a 1960s psychedelic graphic.
All the seams are overlocked for durability, the leg openings are finished with a stretch cover stitch, and the waistband is finished with elastic as well as cover stitch. The WB hits just below the belly button. Printed and sewn in Montreal.
Available in the following sizes:
S - fits 25-26 waist, 35-37 hip
M - fits 27-30 waist, 37-39 hip
L - fits 31-33 waist, 40-43 hip
The inseam for all sizes is 30"
Hand wash cold for longest lasting care. Lay flat or hang to dry.
PRINTED AND HANDMADE IN MONTREAL, CANADA, HOWEVER THIS ITEM SHIPS FROM THE USA
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