What's better than a perfectly fitting pair of pants? Perfectly fitting pants with a bit of stretch. The new staples in our wardrobe are our hardwoven cotton pants. They elevate every outfit with their chic style, and keep us comfortable all day with the perfect amount of stretch. From the office to a dinner out, we're wearing the Sloane and Robyn pants all year long. 

Design and Fabrication

Every garment starts with the design process. Once we find our inspiration for a style, our designer draws the silhouette and sends it to one of our Fair Labor Certified factories. Each of our factories specializes in a type of fabric, so this design is headed to our specialists in hardwoven cotton in India. We have all of our fabrics custom made for our collections, and our factory is one of the best in fabricating luxury hardwovens. Having fabrics custom made adds time to the design process, but ensures that our garments have the perfect feel

About Our Cotton

Our goal is to get to a point where we can be using 100% sustainable materials and production methods to make our clothing. We hope to be able to make our hardwoven styles from organic cotton soon because organic cotton's production sustains the health of soils, ecosystems and people by using natural processes rather than artificial inputs. To get there, we have to be able to make minimum amounts of fabric that are too high for such a new company. Thank you for helping us get one step closer to being able to make the switch!

Now to You

Did you know that deadstock (leftover inventory from past seasons) is a huge problem afflicting much of the fashion industry right now due to the rise in fast fashion? We don't want any Ellor garments to go to waste so we produce very limited quantities of all of our styles. Once our finished garment leaves our factory, we carefully pack it to get it ready to head to you. Each Ellor garment gets extra love and attention during our entire process, so make sure you cherish it always and keep up the care, because fashion should be sustainable.

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