How did the new fashion for red wholesale trousers start?

I am very curious about how do the fashion tendencies form. If you go mall shopping and enter the classic stores, you will notice that you can find the same models of wholesale trousers, especially when it comes to colour and shape, repeatedly, in different stores.

My interest in red pants is in the context of its invasion in menswear. At the moment, there is a colourful invasion into men’s outfits, proposed by the mall brands, on one hand, or by fashion designers, on the other hand.

The red wholesale trousers mania started in 2011, mostly because men are typically blinded by trends and they wear whatever the tendencies are. For a man, the fashion is not a way to express himself, but something he sees on TV. Therefore, is really best to know how to match a red pair of pants for a man’s outfit, before buying it for your boyfriend or husband.

wholesale trousersThe most important aspect to be taken into consideration is the way they look on you. If they are too long, you can have them shortened, if they are too large, you can have them fitted.

If you never wore red before, I would suggest you saved these wholesale trousers for springtime and summer because it is less complicated to combine them with other clothing articles. Red pants look gorgeous when they are worn along with neutral colours because red is difficult to match. You can wear it with orange or blue because they are close to its shades family.

Don’t ever match them with pink, they don’t look chromatically good. Worn with green, it looks a bit more like a Christmas outfit, even though those colours are in contrast. For a stylish look, you could roll up the pants for a summery effect or they could be worn with a pair of red or peach shoes.

If you like details, then this pair of wholesale trousers can be matched with the pocket handkerchief, a tie with red influences or other elements. Of course, the attitude is very important as well, because those pants don’t fit just everyone.

We all love jeans and other wholesale trousers

We all love jeans and other wholesale trousers. But we sometimes have to wash them – and they inevitably shrink. So the question is why do they do it? Well, the reason is how denim is made. When the freshly woven cotton denim comes off the loom — it’s quite plastic and easy to stretch. During spinning, dyeing, and weaving, the cotton yarns stretch in length and width. And when the fibers are relaxed in the warm water, they’re restored to the natural length. This is the plague of every jeans lover!

wholesale trousersMany wholesale trousers in the market are already shrunken back to their original size before you bought them — it’s called shrink-to-fit. However, they aren’t as well adjusted as the non-preshrunk. So yes, you might want to buy loom state jeans which will adjust to you or shrink-to-fit jeans.

The jeans are widely available in all sizes thanks to an invention of an American businessman and inventor, Sanford L. Cluett. He had developed an automatic compaction process for the woven fabrics, called ‘sanforization’. The fibers are moist and more packed together, and so denim is less stretchy, but it won’t shrink. Most wholesale trousers are sanforized since sanforization reduces shrinkage significantly and makes finding the right size of jeans for you a lot easier.

Some popular companies producing wholesale trousers, however, are selling organic, loom state jeans, most famously Levi’s 501 shrink-to-fit. This will allow your jeans to organically shrink. If you want a pair of jeans which will shrink for you, you should size up, and choose ones that are bigger by one or two sizes. They will shrink naturally on its own. While the unsanforized denim feels rougher, it also is more unique, and intense. To minimize shrinking of loom state denim, you should wash it in cold water and don’t tumble dry.


Lessons I’ve Learned This Past Year

1) The time to pursue your dream is now.

You always make excuses before taking a leap of faith and jumping. Was I scared to death to start a new job, move in with my boyfriend AND go back to school? Terrified. I’ve always been a huge planner so I was afraid to start a new job trading in wholesale trousers that it was one of those “It’s now or never” things so I went for it. And you know what? I am glad that I did! Was it easy? Of course not! But I am happy!

wholesale trousers2) Money does not mean happiness.

I had to cut down on the books, on the skiffle practice, on the family life, and on the fashion shopping. But even through all of the stress of the past year, and all this political hullabaloo in States, UK, and Europe, I can honestly say that I’ve been happy. I might have to wear the wholesale trousers I get cuts on at work, I might not go to the cinema anymore, but I’m happy.

3) Challenge yourself

As some of you know, I’m a folk musician as a hobby. I play harmonica and washboard (not at the same time. yet). And this year Random Drunken Hobos gave their first live appearance. I was terrified. And I survived. Was this the best performance? Heck no. Were the public pleased? I think so! Did I improve? I sure did. I went on a biking trip, and soon I might travel around Europe all alone with my bike.

4) You have to keep balance in your life.

I cut back on my writing (but I did start a blog). This year I haven’t even started Nanowrimo (that’s national novel writing challenge BTW), I started a couple of stories but never finished them. I shifted to biking, working and studies. I have only read a couple of new novels, from Musso to Jim Butcher this year. And it all seems working – if only because I have no kids and selling wholesale trousers is not that much time absorbing.