Jeans have been around for as long as we can remember. It seems we know all there is to know about the ultra famous fashion trend but there are a few things we may not know.
Occasionally, we overlook certain details but once we find out we lose our minds. Today’s revelation about jeans may get you to that point. Here are 3 facts about jeans you didn’t know:
Little pocket: You know the pocket that doesn't seem like a pocket because it's so tiny, and is actually found in a real pocket, it used to be for pocket watches back in the 1800. Today, you can use it to store coins, matches, tickets and other little things.
Care: A lot of people treat their jeans like normal wears, such that they wear it once and then throw it in the washer. Jeans are quite solid, thick and durable, which means you can wear them over and over again without washing them.
Origination: Jeans originated from a kind of material that was made in Europe. The material, named Jean, was named after sailors from Genoa in Italy, because their clothes were made out of the fabric. The word 'denim', however, came from the name of a French material, serge de Nimes, which is Serge (a kind of material) from Nimes (a town in France).
Now you know these rare facts, spread the word.