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  • Binny - LONG POINT Botanical linen print pant
  • Binny - LONG POINT Botanical linen print pant
  • Binny - LONG POINT Botanical linen print pant
  • Binny - LONG POINT Botanical linen print pant
  • Binny - LONG POINT Botanical linen print pant

Binny - LONG POINT Botanical linen print pant

$155.00 $286.00

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Size

 Details

- Sits nicely on hips, and ties with belt in botanical pattern.

- Button closure with zip

- Adjustable ankle ties.

- Pockets at each hip.

- Two pockets on bottom with button detail.

Rumbelows Hut is a locals reference point. The simplest little hut perched right on the edge of the Coorong where local fisherman load boats, catch fish, feed pelicans, untangle nets. Its simple and classic and has its own charm.
Just like our cotton linen botanical print pants. Removable self tie waistband with antique brass D ring buckle. Self tie D ring buckles at ankle to cinch in.
Pockets (of course).
Perfect and will keep forever. (yes) 

Suits body shapes:

- tall / petite / apple / 

Suit these occasions:

- everyday / smart casual / travel

Fabrications 

100% Cotton

Garment Care

Wash inside out by hand in cold water or dry clean.

About the Storm Boy Collection - From Binny;

'Storm Boy’ written by Colin Thiele was a film shot in the 70’s on the
inland saltwater lagoon the Coorong in South Australia. A tale about a
little boy and his friendship with Fingerbone the Aboriginal tucker and
his pet pelican, Mr Percival.

We live twenty minutes from where this was photographed.
The stark, wild, raw beauty of this landscape is so unique.
As is the the lifestyle of the people who make their living fishing off
these waters. The local Ngarrindjeri tribe is famous for internationally
renowned indigenous artists.

There are skies of black duck, rookeries of pelicans, swans elegantly
gliding through the water as still as glass. Fisherman huts line the
waters edge with the sun lighting p the brilliant white of the sandhills.

It’s worth watching Storm Boy and worth visiting this
special part of Australia.

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