Made to measure jeans

Few fabrics have the same heritage and history as denim. The jeans may also be the garment that has managed to defy history’s best. Fashion can come and go, but just like other Blugiallo garments, so will your denim. Then why do we love the classic denim fabric? It may be due to the properties of the classic fabric such as the wear resistance. Another theory is the simplicity of matching the matte fabric and the fact that a pair of denim often only gets better with time and the patina they get.

For us, the denim have an obvious place in every wardrobe. That is why we are also extremely proud of the craftsmanship and passion that lies behind a pair of made to measure jeans from Blugiallo.

Jeans and fit

Jeans are perhaps one of the absolute most used garments that many have in the wardrobe. At the same time, many have trouble finding a model and fit without compromise. In many cases it can be difficult to find jeans that fit well with a slightly more dressed wardrobe. One example is the difficulty that many people experience wearing jeans to a shirt and a jacket.

For us, denim have an obvious place even in a well-tailored wardrobe. Because we measure all our garments, we can also customize a pair of denim based on each customer’s conditions and what they wear for style and garments.

Måttsydda jeans från Blguiallo

Fabric and production

For our denim we work (just like for all our garments) with fabrics, in this case denim from some of the world’s leading weavers such as Kuroki and Candiani. A pair of Blugiallo denim is produced in Veneto, Italy where they have been working on manufacturing high quality jeans for over a hundred years.

When it comes to the type of denim, we usually distinguish between two categories, unwashed raw denim quality (raw denim) and washed denim with stretch. Both qualities require a great deal of craftsmanship, but the main difference is that advice is often associated with a slightly stiffer, rigid feeling. A washed jeans trousers, often with a little stretch in, gives a softer and more flexible fit. Both qualities have their charm and clear characteristics. Both are also great for matching with a variety of garments and styles. If you want to wear jeans to a slightly more tailored style, however, we usually emphasize a few things.

  • Remember to give the fit a little more volume than the general slim fit denim. A jacket should never sit too tight and if you want to wear jeans to a jacket, the denim should follow the same type of cut. The general ‘super slim’ jeans fashion is not preferable to jacket.
  • Higher waist. A higher waist generally gives a better fit and a more comfortable fit – especially on a fitted trousers. But even on a pair of jeans, a slightly higher waist can give a nicer silhouette and a fit that is good for tailored garments.

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Made to measure jeans

Few fabrics have the same heritage and history as denim. The jeans may also be the garment that has managed to defy history's best. Fashion can come and go, but just like other Blugiallo garments, so will your denim. Then why do we love the classic denim fabric? It may be due to the properties of the classic fabric such as the wear resistance. Another theory is the simplicity of matching the matte fabric and the fact that a pair of denim often only gets better with time and the patina they get.For us, the denim have an obvious place in every wardrobe. That is why we are also extremely proud of the craftsmanship and passion that lies behind a pair of made to measure jeans from Blugiallo.

Jeans and fit

Jeans are perhaps one of the absolute most used garments that many have in the wardrobe. At the same time, many have trouble finding a model and fit without compromise. In many cases it can be difficult to find jeans that fit well with a slightly more dressed wardrobe. One example is the difficulty that many people experience wearing jeans to a shirt and a jacket.For us, denim have an obvious place even in a well-tailored wardrobe. Because we measure all our garments, we can also customize a pair of denim based on each customer's conditions and what they wear for style and garments.

Måttsydda jeans från Blguiallo

Fabric and production

For our denim we work (just like for all our garments) with fabrics, in this case denim from some of the world's leading weavers such as Kuroki and Candiani. A pair of Blugiallo denim is produced in Veneto, Italy where they have been working on manufacturing high quality jeans for over a hundred years.When it comes to the type of denim, we usually distinguish between two categories, unwashed raw denim quality (raw denim) and washed denim with stretch. Both qualities require a great deal of craftsmanship, but the main difference is that advice is often associated with a slightly stiffer, rigid feeling. A washed jeans trousers, often with a little stretch in, gives a softer and more flexible fit. Both qualities have their charm and clear characteristics. Both are also great for matching with a variety of garments and styles. If you want to wear jeans to a slightly more tailored style, however, we usually emphasize a few things.
  • Remember to give the fit a little more volume than the general slim fit denim. A jacket should never sit too tight and if you want to wear jeans to a jacket, the denim should follow the same type of cut. The general 'super slim' jeans fashion is not preferable to jacket.
  • Higher waist. A higher waist generally gives a better fit and a more comfortable fit - especially on a fitted trousers. But even on a pair of jeans, a slightly higher waist can give a nicer silhouette and a fit that is good for tailored garments.