How to Keep Your Jeans From Bleeding on Your Shoes

Have you noticed blue discoloration on your shoes or footwear after wearing jeans? If so, the problem could be attributed to your jeans bleeding some of their dye. Regardless of the cut, it’s not uncommon for jeans to bleed their color onto shoes. The blue dye...

How to Keep Your Jeans Crisp

Like most garments, it’s not uncommon for jeans to become softer and more elastic over time. Maybe you purchased a pair of crisp denim jeans. After wearing them for a few months, however, they’ve turned to a softer texture. This isn’t necessarily...

Why Do Jeans Have Rivets?

The next time you put on a pair of your favorite jeans, look around the pockets and you’ll probably discover that they feature several small metal buttons. Known as rivets, they are common in both men’s and women’s jeans. They aren’t a new...

8 Signs of High-Quality Denim Jeans

Are you’re looking to buy a new pair of jeans, you should pay attention to quality. As with most garments, not all jeans are high quality. Some, unfortunately, feature a low-quality construction that makes them susceptible to wear and degradation. The low price...

The Dos and Don’ts of Wearing Jeans in Winter

Although they can be worn all 12 months of the year, jeans are particularly popular during winter. This shouldn’t come as a surprise considering that jeans are warm, durable, comfortable and stylish. When the fall season is over and you’re ready to switch...

How to Prevent Your Denim Jeans From Chafing

Do you experience chafing when wearing denim jeans? Well, you aren’t alone. Countless men and women suffer from this problem when wearing certain types of clothes and garments. This phenomenon occurs when something — either your skin or a garment —...