External influences have been involved when it comes to the fashion trends as well as when people are out shopping for jeans. This case has never been more prevalent than when a celebrity puts on a pair of jeans and struts their stuff in public. Although jeans have been worn since the late 1800s, they were made most popular in the mid 1900s. In the 1950s, jeans made their mark on the market after their debut on the sliver screen in “Rebel Without A Cause” and “The Wild One”, with James Dean and Marlon Brando. They both sported heavy stitch jeans and influenced the amount of teenagers shopping for jeans because they wanted to have the same style as the two famous actors.
With size 12 being the average size for American jeans, a full bale of cotton can produce over 200 pairs of this size. Each bale can make a variety of styles, including bling jeans, embellished jeans, embroidered jeans and womens designer jeans, and even skinny and flared jeans. When you are out shopping for jeans or even doing some back to school shopping for the kids to get their clothes, the hottest trends will be highlighted in many department store display windows and on the mannequins that you pass by; but if the newest style is not for you, you can easily find a jean that flatters your body, hugs you in the right places, and feels comfortable.