Jeans appeared on the light in the middle of the XIX century – a simple piece of hand-woven fabric. Sturdy pants, which do not allow dust and dirt to pass through, were comfortable to use, passed through the air, and were easy to wash. Gold diggers who were tormented with leather pants, capricious and not perfect in wearing, took the novelty with delight. They were joined by stokers, mechanics and farmers, but the “white bone” did not even notice this invention. Redigots, fracs, crinolines and tournaments at that time had no rivals in the higher strata of society. Could anyone have imagined what was in store for jeans in the next century – what kind of love and love is native! Continue reading
Jeans for many years were part of the American “uniform”: you can hardly find an American, in whose wardrobe there is no at least one pair of jeans. They are worn on weekdays, on weekends, at home and sometimes even in the office. But gradually good jeans become more and more expensive, so their status also rises. Today they can be seen in the most unexpected places, for example, in a church.
It feels like there are no restrictions for jeans, but is it? Especially this question worries those who buy expensive designer denim and want to wear these things everywhere. Continue reading
Never give your jeans dry cleaning. Chemicals will quickly make a rag out of them. About 95% of jeans are sold out vyvarennymi, therefore, the interaction of chemical substances will inevitably give a repair. Normal jeans will surely come up with any wash, but it is especially difficult to get into them after they have been in the hot dryer of a washing machine.
So or otherwise, they quickly acquire the shape of a body, as soon as they are worn again, it is not for nothing that good jeans are always sold under the slogan “wash more often – they look better!”. Continue reading