Rock Revival Vivian Stretch Short
- Low rise zip fly 3" lace overlay stretch short
- Slim through the hip and thigh
- Faux leather applique and lace inset on pieced back pockets
- Hand sanding, whiskering, grinding, dremmeling, fraying and cuts with fill yarn details
- Leather Rock Revival label on back
- 98% Cotton, 2% Elastin.
- Machine wash cold, separately. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low and remove promptly. Warm iron if needed.
- This quality denim has been hand finished for a unique, individual look. It will wear like your old favorite jeans, with each hole and tear continuing to destruct over time. We hope you love the vintage appearance and comfort of wearing jeans that have the look and feel of years of wear. Thanks for making the Buckle your denim destination.
Rock Revival Vivian Stretch Short 1 1
A MUST have! These shorts are stunning. I have never seen rock revival put so much onto the front side of their shorts. The quality on these is great - the lace doesn't puff on top of the denim, it's sewn onto the denim. So it shouldn't catch on bracelets or anything like that. I love that they carried the lace onto the back and put it in between the leather applique. The length is really nice on these, too :#Oddly, in my store we got the 29 and then the 31, but no 30, which is the size I buy in my shorts #I always go up at least one size). However, I tried on the 31 and they were a tad bit loose, but they were very comfortable, so that's what size I got.I definitely suggest these. If you like them snatch them up now! Your local buckle also has an awesome layaway plan, and you can order into layaway if you aren't quite ready for shorts yet. February 26, 2013
Fabricated material (leather, fur, etc.) or a non-functioning fashion detail (pocket, drawstring, etc.).
A decoration or ornament, as in needlework, made by cutting pieces of one material and applying to the surface of another.
Multiple types and sizes of fabric that make up the body or a specific design on a product.
A gentle grinding process done by hand that uses a fine grain abrasive to remove small amounts of surface material.
A process used to create lines in denim to mimic an aged appearance.
A process used to break yarns in a fabric to create holes or tears.
Heavy 'nick' marks made with a dremmel tool to accomplish a worn appearance.
Short yarns that run crosswise to the warp yarns.