The denim resurgence is the result of the long, secretive days that people have to stay indoors.
The era of sportswear emerged at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic broke out around the world. Due to many obstacles to travel, people gradually buy clothes to wear indoors to be more comfortable.
When life returns to normal, people also have to return to the same work routine as before. Therefore, it's time to ditch the tracksuit and put on jeans again.
Jeans for the "new normal"
The real challenge when it comes to getting back into jeans isn't your waistline. Jeans are democratic and timeless, because of their shape, color, and wash. Anyone who owns a pair of jeans makes them their own.
In the West, jeans represent toughness in the real world. Brass studs are the hallmark of every pair of traditional lutes that the goldsmith used to sway the rivers of the Western state. In addition, jeans also represent gender.
Recently, the movie The Power of the Dog is set in rural Montana in the 1920s, interweaving between the dust and horse symbols of the Western film tradition combined with modern, liberal touches of the century. 21.
The Power of the Dog is the most critically acclaimed work of the Western New Wave. This film spurred a denim revival, enticing viewers to wear jeans and denim jackets as a nostalgic way to dress.
In the decade since skinny jeans began to fall out of favor, many women have expressed regret. They quietly asked if wearing tights was considered fashionable, or if baggy jeans were really chic.
Many denim designers and brands have had non-stop confrontations. Since denim became popular again, new and unique versions such as wide-legged, patchwork or embroidered patterns, indigo or bleached leg styles have been born.
Change to be better
Denim is a "thirsty" fabric to work with, requiring large amounts of water and energy in the manufacturing process. A pair of jeans is likely to produce 4 or 5 times more carbon emissions than a t-shirt due to the heavier weight of the fabric.
Environmental impact has many levels and brands are addressing it through a variety of strategies. Reform to use less hazardous chemical dyes to ensure worker safety and reduce water use.
According to The Guardian, regular jeans require at least 2.5 liters of water to produce. The Frame brand has developed jeans made from biodegradable denim and yarn, with studs replaced with buttons and removable laces. Therefore, the clothes will completely disintegrate if buried.
To reduce the harmful effects of fashion on the environment, the White Stuff brand uses 98% recycled water and 85% air-drying in the manufacturing process to cut down on energy use.
Ethical shopping strategies that everyone can agree on are buying less clothes, buying second-hand where possible, minimizing washing and throwing away clothes. According to experts, with the above measurements, jeans can score surprisingly high. You only need to buy a few plain models or loose shapes because they are easy to coordinate with any shirt.
To keep your jeans colored, you should freshen them with an eco-friendly laundry detergent on the spot where the stain is. This is a quick and environmentally friendly way to clean instead of over washing. If you know how to take care of them, jeans will last longer and look even better than when they were originally purchased.