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  • Margaret Howell Women - MHL Joggers Wool Cotton Drill
  • Margaret Howell Women - MHL Joggers Wool Cotton Drill
  • Margaret Howell Women - MHL Joggers Wool Cotton Drill
  • Margaret Howell Women - MHL Joggers Wool Cotton Drill
  • Margaret Howell Women - MHL Joggers Wool Cotton Drill

Margaret Howell Women

MHL Joggers Wool Cotton Drill

USD$ 249 USD$ 124
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MHL Jogger Wool Cotton Drill by Margaret Howell MHL. Made in a wool and cotton blend. These easy pants feature a vivid garment dye, elasticated waist with adjustable drawstring, two side pockets and one rear patch pocket.
  • Details & features
    - 50% Cotton, 50% Wool
    - Made in Portugal
    - Style-No.: WHTR0089A18HCYGRY
  • Shipping terms
    Delivery times and rates

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    Greenland and The Faroe Islands DKK 120
    USA & Canada:
    USD 25
    Within 5 working days
    Rest of the world (Asia, Australia, etc.):
    USD 30/ EUR 20

    Within 5 working days

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  • About the brand
    Margaret Howell is a hands-on designer who has been a strong, if quiet, presence in British design for over four decades. The philosophy behind the brand has always been to make clothing as she drew them – relaxed and lived in with a natural look. With inspiration from the classic formal shirt, Howell took it and made it up into a softer, less traditional shirt. Since opening her first dedicated men’s shop in 1976 in London, the number of women who bought from the shop prompted the introduction of designs for both men and women.
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