We simply ❤ denim! So it's no wonder that the highly desired Perfect Pencil Skirt
was also wished for in black denim. And here it is: black as night and the dark soul of rock'n'roll, it flatters your curves like the King's voice flatters the fair sex. Just like your love for decent 4/4 beats, you'll never want to take this denim skirt off again - unless you're overcome with desire for the blue denim version....
Black stretch denim pencil skirt with great comfort.
The pencil skirt is made of highly flexible stretch denim, which guarantees an incredibly pleasant wearing comfort. It has a figure-hugging cut and ends a good hand width below the knee. A tight-fitting skirt with a high waist perfectly accentuates the female curves. It has side pockets and is buttoned through the front with large black buttons: you can decide for yourself how high you want the front slit and how you thereby vary the freedom of movement and silhouette. A small and lovely detail: the leo label on the back waistband. This pencil skirt convinces with high quality, wearing comfort, casual chic and hot curves!
The details of the Ladies Pencil Skirt "Second Skin":
- Material: cotton blend
- Composition: 89% cotton, 9% polyester, 2% spandex
- Color: black
- Pattern: uni
- 10.5 oz denim, lightly pre-washed - will not shrink
- Buttoned through with large buttons
- Elastic fabric with high waisted cut and very comfortable to wear
- Note: Due to the very stretchy fabric, one size smaller might be just right for you here.
Our model Charlotte
is 173 cm tall and wears this skirt in size S.
Rumble59 offers a great selection of pin-up fashion! The great pencil skirt made of black stretch denim creates perfect curves and a great look.
Background info pencil skirt/pencil skirt:
The ancestor of the pencil skirt first appeared in 1880 in the form of the hobble skirt. In 1910 the French fashion designer Paul Poiret created a tight tube skirt from it and made it socially acceptable. Not until 1947 Christian Dior transformed this skirt into the classic pencil skirt by designing a shorter version of the hobble skirt. The new silhouette he created - the H-line - was groundbreaking at the time. Main focus of this silhouette was the pencil skirt, which at that time became a trend especially in the office. A typical pencil skirt is tight-fitting at the hip and narrows further to the calf - like a "pencil". This is how it shows off round hips and a narrow waist to best advantage. It ends exactly at the knee or just above/below it. Because of the tight cut, the skirt slit is essential for better movement. Classically the skirt is worn with high heels and nylon tights. A pencil skirt is the ultimate statement for all ladies - the feminine charisma is guaranteed!