Business jeans

Each man should be entitled to own at least one pair of jeans. Jeans originally came to Europe from USA as work trousers, but have become an icon in their own right. The denim fabric provides wear resistance in a class of its own, and the characteristic blue indigo colour allows many variations in the look.
If the colour is kept completely dark and almost unwashed, a pair of jeans can be easily combined with a dress shirt and a blazer. Used this way, a pair of jeans is comparable to a ‘neat pair of trousers’. Jeans generally have a reputation for being a bit more casual, but the dark colours can easily serve as a substitute for a nice pair of cotton trousers, without detracting from a stylish outfit.
If you prefer a more relaxed look, you might choose one of the lighter washes. These can also be combined with a blazer – the result is just a slightly more casual look. But the choice of colour is often linked to the season. Darker colours are often worn in autumn, versus lighter colours in spring.
Two characteristics determine the quality of jeans – the fabric and how they are made. It can be very difficult to spot good quality jeans. Often they have to be washed several times before you can see the difference. If you have bought slightly lower quality jeans, they will more quickly fall apart.
FaLang translation system by Faboba

This site uses cookies.

If you not change browser settings, you agree to it. Learn more.

I understand