Linen shortalls no. 11 in small indigo stripe front view
Linen shortalls no. 11 in small indigo stripe front view
Linen shortalls no. 11 in small indigo stripe side view
Linen shortalls no. 11 in small indigo stripe side front view
Linen shortalls no. 11 in small indigo stripe back view
Close up of Small Indigo Stripe Linen

Shortall No.11

Small Indigo Stripe Linen

$206

New for 2021! Our shortalls are an easy wearing short leg overall to keep you cool in the heat of summer, a true hot weather staple, so fun to style and comfortable, you’ll reach for them again and again. Our soft, pre-washed 100% European flax linen overalls will keep you cool in summer and with its insulating properties, warm in winter. Breathable, durable and long lasting, linen is a natural and sustainable material.

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Description

Made from pre-shrunk, 100% European flax linen, features of the Shortalls No.11 include:

- Adjustable suspender straps (two buttons on each strap)
- Side hip buttons
- Deep front pockets
- Rear patch pockets

Pyne & Smith garments are designed to be comfortable and functional, with a relaxed fit. We recommend a visit to our size guide on this page for help determining your size.

Garment measurements when laid flat. (A variation of up to 1/2” is normal with our small batch made linen items.)
XS -Hip width 20”, thigh width 12.5”, Inseam 3.75”
S -Hip width 21”, thigh width 13”, Inseam 4”
M -Hip width 22”, thigh width 13.5”, Inseam 4.25”
L -Hip width 23”, thigh width 14”, Inseam 4.25”
XL -Hip width 24”, thigh width 14.5”, Inseam 4.50”
XXL -Hip width 25”, thigh width 15”, Inseam 4.75”

Our model is wearing a size S, she is 5’10, her measurements are: bust 36.5”, waist 27”, hips 40”.

All of our garments are designed, cut and skillfully crafted in small batches, here in Los Angeles, California. Our linen is woven and milled from 100% fine European Flax linen, at a centuries old linen mill in Europe. We care about our planet, we craft our garments sustainably in small batches and we send our linen scraps to a local textile recycling plant.