19 August, 2015:Â JeansÂ are trousersÂ typically made from denimÂ or dungareeÂ cloth. Often the term “jeans” refers to a particular style of pants, called “blue jeansâ€. Originally itÂ was designed for cowboys and miners, but now they are popular among teenagers. It isÂ worn by people of all genders and ages. They have always remain a popular fashion item, and they come in various fits, including skinny, tapered, slim, straight, boot cut, cigarette bottom, narrow bottom, low waist, anti-fit, and flare.
From ancient days to now jeans are a very popular article of casual dressÂ around the world. They come in many styles and colors. However, blue onesÂ are particularly identified as the common wear. As well, although theyÂ are mostly known as a fashion garment, they are still worn as protective garments by some individuals, such as cattle ranch workers and motorcycle riders, due to their high durabilityÂ as compared to other common fabrics.
Jeans were simply sturdy trousers worn by factory workers. During old period, men’s had the zipper down the front, whereas women’s had the zipper down the left side. By the 1960s, both men’s and women’s jeans had the zipperÂ down the front. Historic photographs indicate that in the decades before they became a staple of fashion.
Despite most jeans being â€œpre-shrunkâ€, they are still sensitive to slight further shrinkage and loss of color from being washed. The Levi Strauss Company recommends avoiding washing jeans as much as possible. Levi Strauss director of brand and special projects has a credo: The less you wash your jeans, the better your jeans become. Some of the expertsâ€™ advice is to wash less often, but clearly, you have to judge for yourself what’s appropriate. Maybe you can wear them twice or more before they go back to the washing machine. For those who prefer to refrain from washing their jeans there have been suggestions to freeze them in order to kill the germs that cause odor.