Dioptase Dance | Lace Harem Pants
Dioptase Dance | Lace Harem Pants
Dioptase Dance | Lace Harem Pants
Dioptase Dance | Lace Harem Pants
Dioptase Dance | Lace Harem Pants

Dioptase Dance | Lace Harem Pants

$ 118.00

"I am inspired by the appearance of a bohemian of the new millennium. I thought it was necessary to update the figure of the bohemian, but not in the traditional way." ~John Malkovich

Gorgeous Lace - the color of Dioptase, a mystical stone... 

-Sourced up cycled lace
-Only few pieces are made from this particular fabric. 
-Flowing relaxed fit
-2 side pockets
-Black elastic waistband and leg cuffs

STYLING ADVICE: Wear it with black bodysuit, booty-shorts, tights, swimsuit or bikini underneath. Style it with your favorite vintage lace blouse, brocade caftan, earthy cotton gauze tunic or a minimalist asymmetrical shirt. Definitely try it with high heels! 

-up cycled lace for the main fabric, black cotton jersey (95% cotton 5% spandex) for waistband and leg cuffs.
Fabric for this pair is up cycled and reduces the amount of waste on our planet. It was bought in Los Angeles, CA and the pant was made in one of our studios in California

Fits: S, M, L
-Length: 41" (~102 cm)
-Waist: 30" - 40" (76 - 100 cm)
Model: 5'9 (178 cm).

NOTE: Pants will look slightly different on a shorter person.

We hand-make all garments with love and care and we want them to bring you joy as long as possible! This is why we always recommend hand washing and drying flat to preserve the item to last longer.
Especially lace pieces! 


glorka wear is handmade, ethical and sweat-shop free production. We work with 3 seamstresses from New York and Los Angeles. We are very proud to work with this great team full of passion for sewing and crafting.
All of our creations are limited editions only. We only use same fabric for up to 5-6 pieces and then move on to the next fabric. The only ongoing designs we have are pure white and solid black colors.
To reduce textile waste we strive to up cycle (use discarded or vintage fabrics that would end up in waste otherwise), and eco-friendly natural fabrics and blends. We are trying to use recycled polyester and up cycled synthetics to reduce waste.  
You can always inquire about each of the fabrics we use for our designs here.