4 Reasons Why Jeans Never Go Out of Style

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Why Jeans Never Go Out of Style

To start things off, this post is about the king of all denim — the blue jeans. Since they were invented way back in 1873 by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss, jeans have never gone out of style. Here are four reasons why.

1. You can wear jeans with anything

And not just anything — you can now wear jeans anywhere. Pair them with a casual tee and sneakers and you’re ready to go about your everyday activities. Wear them with a shirt and tie and you’re suddenly business casual, all set for a meeting with an important client.

Pick a pair in a black color, wear them with dress shoes, and you’re all dressed up for a nice night out.

Depending on what you wear with your jeans, you can go from work to casual and to formal. Some people even get married in jeans!

A wedding in blue jeansA wedding in blue jeans

2. Jeans are just so comfortable

A pair of worn-in jeans would feel almost like second skin. And the older they get, the more comfortable they are to wear! They probably even look better, too.

Jeans are just so comfortableJeans worn to shreds

3. Anyone can wear jeans

Man or woman, fat or thin, child or grown-up — anyone can wear a pair of jeans. Like people, jeans come in all shapes and sizes. That’s why everyone looks good in a well-selected pair of jeans.

Anyone can wear jeans

4. Jeans are always cool

Wearing a pair of jeans is always considered cool. Why? Because they always change with the times.

In the 18th century, jeans were the choice work clothes of laborers because they were sturdy and did not wear out easily. Cowboys in the 1930s wore them for the same reasons. The Swinging Sixties brought in psychedelic jeans, embroidered jeans, and painted jeans, and by the time the 80s rolled in, jeans were already inducted into the world of high fashion.

Jeans are constantly being reinvented, always changing, always evolving. This is the primary reason why jeans will never go out of style.

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