Levi’s introduced Lady Levi in 1935 and we have been entranced ever since. The earliest days of denim were mainly on the farms and ranches of rural territories until Hollywood’s romantic portrayals in the early era of film perked the public’s awareness of denim. Soon, blue jeans went from being functional to fashionable.
Since jeans are flattering on all body types and sizes they quickly became a staple of American pop culture and fashion. Blue jeans were pretty inexpensive in the first years. As they became more fashionable and big name designers added denim pieces to their collections, costliness became necessarily associated with quality. Not so, says the style experts of JustFab.com. Fit is more important than the brand. Experts advise not to spend big bucks on trendy designer styles if the fit isn’t right.