About Your Next Jeans

Jeans were first used as work trousers by gold seekers during the California Gold Rush in the 18th century and now, jeans are considered as style icons, as essentials to any man or woman’s wardrobe, and even as a regular part of everyday living. They’re also one of the rare things in the world that can be called “universal” as jeans transcend race, age and social status barriers and are truly worn by people from all walks of life.

Clockwise from top left: a miner in jeans at work in a California gold mine (c. 1905); Marilyn Monroe in jeans; Google employees in jeans inside one of their cool workplaces; Facebook founder and world’s youngest billionaire Mark Zuckerberg goes to work in jeans

Here in the Your Next Jeans blog, we aim to chronicle the ever-evolving world of jeans. We seek out the newest releases from different denim brands. We write about the 9,000 cuts, styles, washes and fabrics that jeans come in (a number that’s still growing). We find online stores with the best jean selections and we’re always on the lookout for celebrities spotted wearing a great pair of jeans.

Your Next Jeans About PhotoCelebrities in jeans: Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Beyonce Knowles and Johnny Depp

We don’t just stop there. As jeans are generally made of denim, we found it natural to include other clothing made of denim in our blog. So aside from jeans, expect to see things like denim jackets, dresses, shorts, shirts, skirts and even accessories like denim handbags, jewelry and shoes featured here on Your Next Jeans.

As you can read from the blurb that’s headlining the entire website, this blog is all about casual and designer jeans for men and women. That line should also include “jeans for kids” because we like our blog to be an affair for the whole family.

Whether you live and breathe denim, like to keep yourself up to date on the world of denim fashion or just curious about a certain denim style, Your Next Jeans is a blog you’d want to follow.

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