Babouche Slippers, Indigo Handloom
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Babouche Slippers, Indigo Handloom
Babouche Slippers, Indigo Handloom
Babouche Slippers, Indigo Handloom
Babouche Slippers, Indigo Handloom

11.11 / Eleven Eleven

Babouche Slippers, Indigo Handloom

Babouche Slippers, Indigo Handloom

Regular price $125 USD
Regular price Sale price $125 USD
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Moroccan babouche style slipper-shoes made from handwoven cotton, repeatedly dyed with naturally fermented indigo for a deep shade. Easy wearing for use around the house or out and about.

We recommend sizing up as these tend to run small.

Bridging traditional Indian textile arts and contemporary design, Mia Morikawa and Shani Himanshu's 11.11 works with handloomed fabrics and traditional plant dyes to produce easy-wearing, sometimes virtuosic, versatile pieces to fit a modern lifestyle.

Designed, grown, and sewn in India.

Materials

• Handloomed cotton upper (dyed with naturally fermented indigo)
• Natural cork insole
• Vegetable tanned water buffalo leather sole
• Organic cotton thread

Dimensions

We recommend sizing up as these tend to run small.

Shipping & Returns

Most orders are packed and shipped out via USPS or UPS within 2 business days.

Average transit time is 2-7 business days.

Tracking number and updates are automatically sent to the email associated with your order.

If you wish to initiate a return, please contact us at hello@housework.store within 7 days of receipt.

Returned items must be received in original unused condition in order to qualify for a refund.

Made-to-order, food, body care,underwear, socks, hair accessories, vintage, and already discounted itemsare all final sale products and cannot be canceled or returned.

By purchasing this product you are agreeing to our Shipping & Returns policies.

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