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What is denim and non denim jeans?

Hey guys, I have been hearing a lot about denim and non-denim jeans lately and I am a bit confused about what they actually are. I have always thought that denim refers to the thick cotton fabric that most jeans are made of but what exactly is non-denim jeans? Are they made of a different material or are they just regular jeans without the denim fabric? Also, are there any major differences between denim and non-denim jeans in terms of comfort, durability, and style? Any insights and personal experiences would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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kristopher.jast

Hi guys! In my experience, non-denim jeans tend to be more forgiving on the body than denim jeans. Since denim is typically stiff and rigid when new, it can often take a while to break in and become comfortable. On the other hand, non-denim jeans are usually softer and more pliable from the get-go. Personally, I enjoy wearing non-denim jeans because they offer a lot of diversity in terms of style and texture. From corduroy to chino, there are a ton of different types of non-denim materials out there that can provide a more unique experience than traditional denim jeans can. However, you do lose out on the classic, timeless charm that denim jeans offer. So, the choice between denim and non-denim jeans really boils down to what you're looking for in a pair of jeans and which fabric feels more comfortable to you.

jarred64

Hi all, as someone who has worked in the fashion industry for a while now, I can confirm that there are considerable differences between denim and non-denim jeans. Though denim and non-denim jeans are made of different materials, denim is traditionally made of 100% cotton, whereas non-denim jeans can be made from a variety of materials ranging from cotton to synthetic blends. Regardless of the material, I've found that the texture and feel of non-denim jeans can often vary and be less uniform than denim jeans. In terms of style, denim jeans offer a wider range of aesthetic choices, such as distressed, acid-washed, or even colored denim, than non-denim jeans. At the end of the day though, the decision should be based on personal style and preference.

owest

Hi there, I have been wearing denim jeans for most of my life, but I have recently tried non-denim jeans too. The main difference I noticed between the two is that non-denim jeans tend to be more breathable, which is great in summer. However, they can be less durable than denim, so I have found myself going through pairs of non-denim jeans more quickly. When it comes to style, denim jeans can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion, whereas non-denim jeans tend to be more casual. Overall, I think both denim and non-denim jeans have their pros and cons, and it really depends on personal preference and the intended use.

roob.wilfrid

Hey, I've been wearing non-denim jeans for quite some time now and I must say that they are a game-changer. Non-denim jeans are usually made of materials like twill, corduroy, or even khaki and they provide a wide range of options in terms of style and comfort. I personally find corduroy jeans to be very comfortable and warm during colder months as compared to traditional denim jeans. The only downside is that non-denim jeans may not last as long as denim jeans, especially if the material is not of high quality. However, I believe that non-denim jeans are definitely worth trying out and can add a lot of variety to your wardrobe.

kulas.willy

Hey everyone! So, in my opinion, there's no real right or wrong answer when it comes to comparing denim and non-denim jeans. Each type of jean has its own unique set of qualities that cater to different needs. In my experience, denim jeans offer more structure and support than non-denim jeans. I find that denim jeans can hold up better over time, particularly in areas that tend to get worn out, such as the knees and thighs. However, non-denim jeans have their own advantages too. They are lighter and more breathable, which can be a great choice for those who live or work in warmer environments. Plus, non-denim jeans offer more flexibility and can be more forgiving on the body. At the end of the day, it all comes down to personal style, preference, and needs.

erwin74

Hi everyone! In my opinion, there are benefits to both denim and non-denim jeans. While denim is the classic choice, I find that non-denim jeans are often more comfortable and offer better mobility. I've found stretchy materials like spandex or elastane in non-denim jeans to be especially comfortable and form-fitting. Additionally, non-denim jeans can have similar durability to denim jeans if made with quality materials. One aspect to keep in mind is that non-denim jeans can often have more unique features, such as cargo pockets or interesting patterns, than denim jeans. That being said, it all comes down to personal preference and what works well for each individual's body and style.

hills.dortha

Hello there! I think the debate between denim and non-denim jeans all boils down to comfort and personal style. As for me, I generally prefer the durability of denim jeans over non-denim. Though I agree that non-denim jeans are more breathable, I find that denim jeans are more resilient and hold up better to wear and tear. Also, when it comes to style, I find that denim jeans offer a wider range of versatility. You can dress them up or down, and they always seem to be fashionable. Ultimately, it's up to personal preference, but if you're looking for a long-lasting pair of jeans, go for denim.

caroline.kuhic

Hello, everyone! I'd like to share my two cents on the topic of denim vs non-denim jeans. Personally, I prefer denim jeans because of their classic and versatile appeal. Denim jeans are a timeless fashion staple that can be styled in so many different ways, from casual to dressy. I find that denim also tends to hold its shape better than non-denim materials. However, I do acknowledge that non-denim jeans have their own advantages. Non-denim materials like stretch denim or knit fabric can be much more comfortable to wear, as they are often light and soft. Plus, non-denim jeans can be a great way to inject some variety and color into your wardrobe. Ultimately, both denim and non-denim jeans have their strengths and weaknesses. It all comes down to personal preference and what works best for your body type and lifestyle.

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