Jeans

Jeans are trousers made from denim. The term jeans generally refer to the style of trousers called ‘Blue Jeans’ invented by Jacob Davis and Levis Strauss. Originally invented for it’s the working man, it caught on among various teenage subcultures in America and now is one of the most popular article of clothing for formal and semiformal dressing. Although global, Jeans is associated with the American culture.

‘Denim is a rugged cotton twill textile, in which the weft passes under two or more wrap threads. This twill weaving produces the familiar diagonal ribbing of the fabric.’

Jeans are utilitarian, classless, and stylish.

Aspects when purchasing a pair of Jeans:

Weight: Denim varies from 7 to 18 ounces. A balance is key here, too lightweight and the fabric risks tearing off easily, too heavy and the fabric would be very stiff.

Colour: It comes in a wide array of shades and colours, and the way denims are washed and treated will determine the suitability. Light coloured jeans are more suited for casual wear, where as dark coloured jeans can be work in semi-formal places.

Fit: The style(s) that fits you is just right. Fit is most important for jeans. 5 – 10 different types/brands need to be tried and a fit needs to be determined. Jeans stretch by wearing them, but after washing them and exposing them to head, they shrink to their original size.

 

With these guidelines in mind, decent and interchangeable jeans can be included in your wardrobe.

Last modified on Wednesday, 04 Dec 2013 17:11:1704/12/2013
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  • congue Tuesday, 10 Dec 2013 12:44:3910/12/2013 posted by KVohra

    It will work to find suitable jeans from now

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