13 December, 2015:Â We are always into a thought on what to wear, be it from a styling perspective or getting out with outfit to deal with the day. And while throwing out a names from our clothing comes â€œjeansâ€, as we throw on this pieces themselves. We hardly ever stop to think for jeans on how will it look on us. But how many of us really stop to think where does the word â€œjeans/denimâ€ come from? And when did we start using it? Whatâ€™s the story?
Well here is a short digging on Jeans with a quite backstory. So read on;
Their history has been for centuries. Though jeans as we know date back to the 20th century, when Levi Strauss first brought in but the origins of jeans can be traced back from 17th century. Until the late 19th centuryÂ we began to see jeans that resemble the styles we know today. And there so the Leviâ€™s was born.
Jeans were simply sturdy trousers worn by factory workers. It quickly became essential to the working manâ€™s wardrobe and associated with utilitarian clothing. During old period, menâ€™s had the zipper down the front, whereas womenâ€™s had the zipper down the left side. By the 1960s, both menâ€™s and womenâ€™s jeans had the zipperÂ down the front. Historic photographs indicate that in the decades before they became a staple of fashion.