Rock & Roll Denim Women's Low Rise Boot Cut Jeans

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Rock & Roll Denim Women's Low Rise Boot Cut Jeans
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PrintFeatures:

  • 98% Cotton 2% Spandex
  • Boot cut
  • Low-rise
  • Dark Wash
  • Thick contrast stitching
  • Metallic zig-zag stitch on back pockets
  • Rhinestone accents
  • Fading and whiskering details
  • 5-pocket styling
  • Zip fly with button waist
  • Hand wash cold, hang to dry

Ideal for cowgirl fashionistas, these Low Rise Boot Cut Jeans from Rock & Roll Cowgirl will be sure to turn some heads. Featuring stylish heavy contrast whip stitching for contrast against the deep-dyed dark wash, boot cut leg openings and embellished back pockets, you'll love how these pair with your favorite tops and boots. The ultra-stylish back pockets don an eye-catching metallic chevron embroidery design with rhinestone accents. These are the perfect blend of comfortable and sexy with a subtle spandex stretch and low-rise waistline. In these sassy jeans, the boys will hate to see you go, but love to watch you leave!

Style(s): W0-2441

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Rise: Low
Lifestyle: Western
Material: Cotton/Spandex
Color: Blue
Product Weight: 2 lbs
Closure: Zipper
Print In the 1930s, two teenage brothers, Ernest and Martin Hochster, emigrated from Germany to New York City and began learning all aspects of the fashion process – from design and production to sales and marketing. By the 1940s, they had the talent and knowledge to start their own shirt company in Minneapolis – Westmoor Mfg Co.

Then in 1975, wanting to get closer to the consumer market, they made a giant leap to Texas. Whether it was because of that move, the Urban Cowboy fad, the second generation joining the family business, or of course its unique designs (perhaps a combination of all four), Panhandle Slim's shirt business blossomed.

It wasn’t until the 21st century that the third generation joined the company and created new labels, Rock & Roll Cowgirl – a hip collection with fashion-forward shirts and premium denim, popular not just with cowgirls but with people of all backgrounds and walks of life.

Today, Rock & Roll Cowgirl is one of few privately owned Western apparel companies, and prides itself on creating fresh styles for customers in the ever-changing Western fashion world.