THE HISTORY OF JEANS : The jean material was first made in England. .. But It was named as Jeans by Italians … Now everywhere we are using jeans… But we don’t know where it come from and its history?
In 18th century it was made of mixture of materials.. After that cotton plantation got increased it was fully made from cotton….
People loved to wear this. Because it was so strong material and it lasted long.
How it got famous?
In the western culture from holywood movies , people often watched actors wearing jean and attracted towards it. So from this all over world it started to spread during second world war.. In 1950 denim become popular among college students. It become the symbol of the youth.
Different types of jean came into market.
Initially jean was dyed with blue color indigo blue was used. But now a days variety of colors are used and can be made. During starting days jean was used as trousers .
Jeans are an essential part of every man’s wardrobe. In fact, the average American owns at least seven pairs. Because men jeans are such a clothing staple, it’s crucial to find the style that works . With so many options, finding jeans that fit your style, size and price range can be vary and tricky.
Boot cut : Boot cut are the perfect cut for any guy hoping to look fashionable. This slim cut fits good with a slight flare towards the leg opening. Bootcut jeans make sense for most body shapes because they balance the body well.
Slim fit : For those who want the hipster style of skinny jeans but don’t make the cut weight-wise. This cut of jean is tapered in a similar style to skinny jeans but not to the form-fitting extreme. With slim-fit jeans, you get the best of both worlds: fashion-forward looks and comfort… it is also widely used by all.
Rise jean: low rise, medium rise, high waist. Types included in rise jeans.
Care and wear: when stone washed jean is to be washed great care has to be taken. Other wise the neat look of it gets affected. Acid wash , stone wash, dirty wash can be done based on the type of material.