Style. The texture. Size
With jeans is not always so: I measured and bought. It would be nice, going into the shop, to be fully armed: know the model, color, and in the ideal, and its size …
Classic (basics) – jeans of a simple cut. Usually, under a denim shirt, it is intended to mean jeans with five pockets, cowboy jackets and shirts, as well as a jumpsuit with straps.
Traditional (regular / old) – classic cut, sit very tight. Pants are straight or may be slightly bent downwards. Such a model visually makes anyone slim, but at the same time, it significantly limits freedom of movement.
The easy style (easy / comfort) speaks for itself. These are free shapes and ease of movement. Such jeans with wide and straight pins, with a wide waist, and a strap, were very popular at all times.
Antigypit (baggy style) – it is precisely in the language of specialists that the baggy style that is loved by young people is called. This is an extremely wide jeans with the effect of “lowered pants.” Usually such a model is bought two to three sizes larger. They have a lot of pockets, inscriptions and stylish appliqués.
“Paper bag” – jeans with a very wide and loose waist. When it is intercepted by a belt, it creates the impression of a paper bag tied at the top.
The job style is characterized by a large number of workstations for the work tool. On jeans, you will surely find a large strap, designed for large tools, but often keep them while walking with their parents.
Spasand was invented by designers Mary and Franca Girbo. These jeans do not sit on the waist, but hang, being fastened to the shirt.
Pedal (pedal pusher) – style of women’s jeans long above the ankle, with X-shaped section of the front pockets. Another invention tandem Girbo.
Bell (boot cut) – style, which includes jeans with a low waist, close-fitting to the knee, extending downwards. It is nothing like flared pants. Appeared in the 60s, the peak of popularity came in the 70s.
Jeans, lowered on the thigh, have only one identifying feature – they are kept exclusively on the hips. Appeared in hippie times.
Macarons (cigar jeans) – narrow and straight, very close-fitting jeans.
The second skin (slim style) – so-called “French cut”, intended exclusively for women. These jeans emphasize the figure and are bored down. Often for their manufacture is used with the addition of cloth elastane.
Tex-mex (tex-mex = texan-mexican) is a mixture of Far West and South America. This colorful, with folk elements style was especially popular in the 80s.
When all the jeans were blue. Now the denim texture can be of any color: from black to pastel. This depends on the color and concentration of the dye, as well as on the range of manipulations to which denim products are subjected.
White denim fabric is obtained by acid washing (“wash with snow”).
Dirty blue color material acquires after discoloration. At the same time, beige or greenish shades appear.
“Double Color” is a technique with which a deep, rich and bright blue color is achieved. Earlier, in order to achieve such a blue color, the yarn for the base material was dipped into a dyed red twist once instead of the usual six, now — just increase the concentration of the dye.
Wearing jeans – the goods are sewn from the outside to the outside.
“Sea jeans” after acid washing become very bleached, and they should also be torn.
“Worn jeans” have the effect of washed, faded, worn trousers. To do this, they are washed with pumice and sand treated. Krasas is removed from certain places (as a rule, this is the bottom of a shirt, knees and pockets), and the fabric becomes softer.
Print jeans fabric has a plant-like or geometric pattern, often in counter colors. More related to children’s fashion.
Pinto jeans – fabric, bleached with spots. It first appeared in 1969, as a result of a curiosity. Then, as a guard, I drowned the warehouse of the Cone Mills factory. Millions of meters of cloth were wetted, and to dry them immediately there was no possibility. Then it was decided to unevenly pass through the fabric through the binder so that it would lose color in spots.
Shot in jeans – jeans are shot through with a shotgun or are strewn to holes. The goal is to achieve specific breakthroughs in various places.
Violet-blue color – indigo with a hint of color, the classic “Libyan”.
Black denim fabric is made on the basis of black yarn. Over time, it fades to a dark gray color (“pepper and salt”). Since the 1950s, these jeans have been promoted to the Wrangler market.
“Black, fading to blue” is a color that appears as a result of long interlacing processes. As wear comes, black jeans will be turned into blue ones.
“A quarter of the depth” are light shades of blue. As a rule, this color is the equipment of light varieties of denim fabric.
There are several golden rules by which you can easily calculate any size and without difficulty translate it into inches.