Ants in ya pants. Literally. This little dude is busy exploring the outdoors in his ant harem play pants by @dustyroadapparel and we're absolutely chuffed to have a neat selection of Aussie inspired clothing in store now! So excited to see what this #AustralianMade and #AustralianDesigned kids clothing label have up their sleeves! . . . #PugglePost #PugglePosse #DustyRoadApparel #MadeInAustralia #Organic #HaremPants #KidsWear #AntsPants #Ants #DesignedInAustralia #EthicalShopping…
The 'Milli' high-waisted harem pants were made from a massive caftan-style dress. I wanted to challenge myself with this garment. Instead of "cropping" the dress into a smaller version of itself I decided to turn it into something completely different. I thought harem pants would work because the style would take advantage of the fabric print. The beautiful floral print is what drew me to the dress in the first place. Harem pants are easy to make. Below is a basic diagram of the pattern:
The wonderfully chic @allaboutharri featured us on her Instagram a few days ago. Here's what she had to say: "I've been thinking about my essential holiday edit for a new post and one thing I couldn't live without is lightweight cotton trousers. And these harem pants from @anindiansummeruk are - they are beautifully fine and the floral design has fun holiday style written all over it." Shop link in bio. Regram: @allaboutharri
Harem ("forbidden place; sacrosanct, sanctum", related to حريم ḥarīm, "a sacred inviolable place; female members of the family" and حرام ḥarām, "forbidden; sacred") refers to the sphere of women in what is usually a polygynous household and their enclosed quarters which are forbidden to men. It originated in the Near East and is typically associated in the Western world with the Ottoman Empire. For the South Asian equivalent, see purdah and zenana.