If you're headed to a Music Festival, you'd definitely plan on wearing different jeans than if you were gearing up for an evening of live music or, perhaps, because your attendance was requested at the Headbanger's Ball.
But once you find a brand with a fit & look you love, the problem is usually one of options. "There isn't one style of rock, but a multitude of styles that meet and mingle," notes L.A.-based Khiem Nguyen, designer of Rock Revival Jeans - which is inspired by the way rock never dies. "Each time it seems to vanish, it rises out of its ashes. Every time it's declared dead, someone revives it. This is Rock Revival."
Engineered to last, Rock Revival is about cool new washes, flattering cuts, high-quality fabrics, their signature fleur-de-lys on the pockets, and lots of choice...whether you're with the band, in the band, are the band, or just enjoy hanging with a band.
Feelin' Cheryl Crow'ish? The "Janet" bootcut in a classic wash pairs perfectly with those beat-up cowboy boots and your trusty guitar. Should you plan on canoodling with Brett Michaels, maximize your chances of rocking the love in hot skinnies or jeggings (we dig the "Amy 03" black-wash "Crystal" skinnies & the dark indigo "Carla" jeggings). Of course, Cali Girls like Katy Perry (and the guys who love them...not to mention bikinis & martinis) sure do know how to fill out their booty shorts - however, the "Celine Sr" keeps things classy with a finished hem - while Grease is the word, Daddy O, in the white skinny "Celine" capri.
"Rock Revival is not resigned to a single genre of denim," adds Nguyen. "Its versatility and timelessness allows Rock Revival to transform looks from day-to-evening, alter attire from casual to chic and transcend our roots in music into fashion."
- Lesley Scott
(NOTE: This post may have been sponsored by Rock Revival Jeans, but the words and opinions are 100% ours.)