It is absolute that everybody has one denim clothing in his/her wardrobe at least regardless of a pair of jeans or a jacket. There are so many classic must-have items that you can wear almost anytime and anywhere.
Why denim clothing is so popular? Let’s track back to its origin.
Denim, which is a sturdy cotton warp-faced textile, has been used in the United States since the middle 19th century. Denim initially gained popularity in 1873 when Jacob W. Davis, a tailor from Nevada, manufactured the first pair of rivet-reinforced denim pants. At that time, clothes for hard labor workers were flimsy. People wanted to have some more durable clothes for work. So Davis finally made a pair of strong and reinforced jeans for them, which were the first jeans. The jeans went popular immediately when workers found its advantages.
Then there were more clothing made of denim, especially in the 1950s. Until now, denim T-shirts, dresses, skirts and jackets are still in vogue. They are all daily casual clothes. In streets, you will find eight out of ten people wearing jeans and the rest two may wear a denim jackets.
One of specialties of denim is fading. The most normal jeans are almost blue because they are dyed. During the process of wear, some parts of jeans are fading because of receiving more stress, which is considered fashionable in some way. Many people even pursuit a way to get great fades. They believe the fades on jeans recording many moment of the owner and telling the stories about him/her. They don’t make the fades intentionally, but in an environmentally friendly way. However, it’s hard to get great fades. One secret is to wear it everyday and never wash it.
If you are not addicted to fades, just enjoy denim fashion. You will always be satisfied with denim clothing.