Jeans are an evergreen pair of clothing and have never really gone out of fashion. This gender-neutral, all age group garment has wooed people for many centuries and many generations. A look at how the fabric is made – cotton is grown on a farm, dyed, cut, sewed, shipped, bought, and worn would be the life story. Denim has been loved by all.
In the year 2021, there are a few denim trends that are nearing their expiry dates. With the pandemic setting in and people confined to their homes, denim were traded for softer and more comfortable pants and leggings at home.
Wide Flare jeans expiring while slim boot cut jeans are in fashion. The slim boot cut variety is priced right and not too heavy on the pocket. It pairs well with ankle-length boots with high heels and looks stylish and classy.
Frayed hems jeans are going out of fashion and loose and distressed jeans are bouncing in. The other variety that is going out is mid-rise skinnies and comin in fashion are slim straight jeans. A hybrid of the two styles could also come in. Pleated jeans are definitely going out and skater jeans are the in thing. The baggy, relaxed, comfortable fit matched with a sling bag, a tee, and a comfortable pair of sneakers completes the look.
Colored washes are giving way to light washes. Black, blue, or grey jean washes tend to last longer an influx of lighter washes shows that colored denim is no longer popular.
On May 20, 1873, Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis created history by getting a U.S patent on the process that involved putting rivets in the work pants of men for the first time.