Cotton sweats: A tale of two cotton shorts

Cotton sweatpants is the latest trend to hit the fashion world and there are some interesting details about them.

It is the first product from the Cotton Sweatpants brand, the second one is made by an Italian company, and they also have a website which is full of fashion and lifestyle content.

A few years ago, the company produced a brand new version of their cotton sweatpants for the Winter Olympics in London, and now they are offering them again in cotton sweatpant sizes for women’s midi dresses and women’s shorts.

The company, which also produces the popular Cotton Kings and Cotton Pants, has sold some 20 million of their products since 2011.

This time around, they are targeting a much wider audience and have put a lot of thought into making sure they are selling their product to a wider audience.

The company’s website describes their new collection of cotton sweat pant as a collection of ‘modern, innovative and wearable apparel’ with ‘an elegant yet fashionable twist’.

It also claims the sweatpants are made from recycled materials, have ‘low-heel padding’ and are made of ‘high-quality fabric’.

The website includes a picture of a pair of black cotton sweat pants, which is the main colour of the new ones, and a second image showing two models in different styles, one with black and white shorts and one with dark denim shorts.

The website also describes the new Cotton Sweats as being made by Italian brand, Rizzuto.

The Rizzutos new range of clothing, which was launched last year, was described as ‘modern’ and ‘innovative’ in a press release, and is priced at around £70.

The company says it is a ‘feminine statement’ that takes inspiration from the ‘femininity of our lives’ and uses ‘high quality fabrics’.

The press release said it was designed to ‘take the clothes we wear to the next level’ and to help ‘give our bodies a more feminine look’.

However, in a statement, the Cotton Kings said that they were not surprised to hear that the new collection is being marketed to a broader audience, and that they had always tried to be ‘fashionforward’ with their line.

“We have always made sure that we always make our clothing and our products that fit our lifestyle and we wanted to make sure that the range is not just for fashion-forward women,” the statement said.

However, the new range is a little less ‘fashion forward’ than other recent products, such as the Cotton Panties which were marketed as being ‘feminist’, and were priced at £60.