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Why do we love jeans?

Jeans have become a staple of many closets. A good pair of jeans must be tough, durable, and stylish and should last for a long time. Almost every one of us has at least one pair of jeans, so why most people love jeans and even they don’t know that in their conscious mind because jeans becomes a subconscious fact the deep of our mind closet.

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History of Jeans and Denim:

Jeans are pants made from denim or dungaree cloth. They were invented by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss in 1873 and a worn still but in a different context. Jeans are named after the city of Genoa in Italy, a place where cotton corduroy, called either jean or jeane, was manufactured. Levi Strauss came from Germany to New York in 1851 to join his older brother who had a dry goods store. In 1853 he heard about Gold Rush in the West so moved to San Francisco to establish Western Branch of the family dry goods business. There he sold, among other things, cotton cloth. One of his customers was Jacob W. Davis, a tailor from Reno, Nevada. Davis made functional items such as tents, horse blankets, and wagon covers. One day, his customer ordered a pair of sturdy pants that could withstand hard work. He made them from denim that he bought from Levi Strauss & Co and made them stronger by placing copper rivets at the places pants rip the most: pockets and flies. When he wanted to patent them, he wrote to Levi Strauss, and they became partners. They opened a bigger factory, and that is how jeans were born.

In 1853 he heard about Gold Rush in the West so moved to San Francisco to establish Western Branch of the family dry goods business. There he sold, among other things, cotton cloth. One of his customers was Jacob W. Davis, a tailor from Reno, Nevada. Davis made functional items such as tents, horse blankets, and wagon covers. One day, his customer ordered a pair of sturdy pants that could withstand hard work. He made them from denim that he bought from Levi Strauss & Co and made them stronger by placing copper rivets at the places pants rip the most: pockets and flies. When he wanted to patent them, he wrote to Levi Strauss, and they became partners. They opened a bigger factory, and that is how jeans were born.

Why “jeans” was the name?


The material, called jean, was named after sailors from Genoa in Italy, because they wore clothes made from it. The word ‘denim’ probably came from the name of a French material, serge de Nimes: serge (a kind of material) from Nimes (a town in France). At first, jean cloth was made from a mixture of things.

When were ripped jeans in fashion?
Ripped jeans are jeans with rips, often on the knees. They were popular in the late 1980s during the hard rock/heavy metal era and in the 1990s and 2000s during the grunge era, and were worn by grunge artists such as Kurt Cobain and fans of the latter movement.

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Seven Reasons for whywe love jeans:

1. Easy to wear:

Most comfortable and flexible to daily use, Heavy duty and good fabric, Resistant to dust and mud and It does not require anironing to remove wrinkles you can wear it directly “from a clothesline to your body”, Most of us have that pair of wonderful worn jeans in our wardrobe that we pull out whenever we need something comfortable. If you’re feeling down or unwell, or you just want to have a lazy day, that pair of jeans you’ve had forever are just so nice to wear.
Also reed this: what should I wear for occasions……
2. Versatile style:

There are so many ways of wearing jeans. Match them with a simple t-shirt for a lazy day, a smart top for a night out, a jumper, shirt, jacket … There are very few items that won’t go with jeans.

3. For All ages:
Everyone from toddlers to grandmothers can wear them, even women in their sixties or seventies. The key to wearing them, whatever your shape or age is to pick a pair that suits you.

4. Four seasons:
Jeans can be worn all year round and Suits almost for all occasions and events. It’s only when the weather gets too hot for denim that it’s too uncomfortable to wear them (which in some countries, isn’t very often).
“With a light top in summer and a sweater in winter, you can certainly get your money’s worth out of jeans”.

5. Simplicity
Do you sometimes wake up in that “can’t be bothered to think what to wear” mood?
Well, I do every day!

6. Colors:
Do you like worn, black, dark or “regular denim?
Jeans are available in so many shades and colors, even bright if you like them. Stonewashed jeans, however, are an abomination that should be banished to the 80’s where they belong. Never be tempted.
7. Price:
Whether you like $200 designer jeans, or a $10 pair from the thrift store, every budget is catered for.