In California, in 1873, forty-niners (gold diggers) couldn’t get anything better from Levi Strauss, but blue jeans, an American iconic textile and great work wear at that time. Everybody wear jeans. Unless, you’re not a denim lover. Nevertheless, believe me jeans is just great! You just need find that vintage one, made of hand dipped yarn and fit your style in it!
There are hundreds and thousands colors of jeans, as it depends on how many days the primal yarn has been dipped in an indigo colorant. Usually, it takes from 2 days to even months. Some people (like me) are crazy about denim, and they (and me) research for that perfect piece of jeans on flea markets.
Jeans is very utilitarian. If it’s a really high quality jeans (let’s say Levi’s) jeans get cut, pampered and reused. And that’s exactly Levi’s does – the recycling industry. It tells a lot of sustainability of good jeans. To work on jeans is quite pleasant. We re-cycled Levi’s fabric into bow ties.