Made to order & shipping

Most items are 'Made To Order' meaning they are made after you place your order - this means it may take up to 1-2 weeks before they are shipped. When purchasing a ‘Made To Order’ item there may be slight differences between the images shown and the item, because each one is handmade, it is also unique.

All orders are shipped USPS Priority Mail, 2-3 day shipping. We do ship internationally.

Contact me if you have any concerns about shipping at

Returns & exchanges

All sales are final, no returns or refunds will be issued. 

Exchanges may be made within 30 days of purchase for items that are the wrong size. You are responsible for return shipping costs.

Warranty & repairs

To help perpetuate a culture of sustainability, I like to buy less, own less, take care of, and repair the items I own. This means the items I do own are dearly beloved, and often well worn.

I offer lifetime repairs on any handmade items at Rivetted Leather, to help others who support this lifestyle and my designs. If your item becomes worn and needs repair, I am happy to reattach buckles, punch new belt holes, replace rivets, or patch it up and make alterations as necessary. For certain larger repairs I may have to charge a small fee to cover my labor time. I don’t have the ability to fix everything, but I will do what I can. Contact me at if you are interested in repairs.


I offer custom sizing. Every body is unique! If your measurements vary from what is listed on the size chart please don’t hesitate to reach out, I am happy to make adjustments as needed. Email me at

Measure chest across the bust. Measure waist at narrowest point. Measure hips where you would wear a belt.

Some designs may ask for a measurement that is elsewhere than these ones listed here. If you do not own a fabric measuring tape, you can use a piece of string or similar, wrap it around the body part indicated, and then measure that string length with a regular flat ruler or tape measure.

quality control

Every piece is handmade, by me, Sequoia Cervantes.

I make an effort to choose the best quality hides I can, that use black aniline dyes to penetrate the leather fully, leave no dye stains behind, and don’t fade over time. (In fact with a little leather conditioner or polish they can become even darker over time.) Currently I am using american bison, deer, and cowhide sourced from the USA which would otherwise have been deemed industrial waste from the meat industry.

All hardware choices are solid brass. Silver options are available by custom request currently.

Thank you for supporting my work, and my art.