Carefully discovering in daily life, we will find out that slim and fashionable people like to wear jeggings, so in today’s article, we will talk about what are jeggings.
So let’s talk about:
- What are jeggings?
- Jeggings vs Skinny Jeans: What’s the difference?
- What types of denim fabric are good for jeggings?
- What types of jeggings and denim fabrics we can provide?
Let’s start now!
What Are Jeggings?
Jeggings are one variation of skinny leggings, jeggings are a combination of leggings and skinny jeans. Jeggings is a portmanteau of the words jeans and leggings. A comfortable cross between jeans and leggings, jeggings appear in retail stores.
- The history of Jeggings
In the late 2000s, there was a resurgence of the skinny jean style, and people were looking for more stylish, tight, and comfortable jeans, so jeggings were born.
Jeggings entered the fitness scene in early 2010 and were one of the most popular apparels of 2010. Over time, more and more people choose to wear jeggings for sports and fitness, and this is because Jeggings can provide the feel of leggings and the look of jeans. That’s why jeggings are the perfect combination of leggings and jeans.
- The Feature of Jeggings
Jeggings are more comfortable and affordable than jeans.
As long as your body proportions are good, you will look better in Jeggings, because the elastic fibers of jeggings can be shaped your body. Some Jeggings also look better than leggings, so they can be worn in more places. Jeggings are allowed in many workplaces as long as you wear the appropriate top.
The waist design of Jeggings is mainly a super high elastic waistband. Unlike regular jeans, Jeggings usually don’t have belt loops or as many pants pockets.
- Why Choose to Wear Jeggings for Exercise and Fitness?
Why do you choose to wear Jeggings for exercise and fitness? This is because ordinary tight leggings are only suitable for wearing in fitness places. Tight leggings are not suitable for daily work scenes.
However, Jeggings are suitable for sportswear and daily work and life scenes. Pairing Jeggings with oversized jackets, long cardigans or sweaters will make you look more fashionable.
Jeggings vs Skinny Jeans: What’s the Difference?
- Denim Fabric
First, Jeggings are usually made from lightweight, high-stretch denim fabric. General skinny jeans are made of regular high-stretch denim. So jeggings will be lighter than skinny jeans.
Second, the denim used to make jeggings will be softer than the denim used to make skinny jeans. But at the same time, skinny jeans will be more durable and abrasion resistant than jeggings.
Third, jeggings are designed to be tighter, so its waist design is a super-elastic elastic waist, without zippers or buttons. At the same time, there is no design without extra pockets to avoid affecting the shape of the leggings.
Skinny jeans usually don’t have an elasticated waist, but have buttons, snaps, or zippers for closure. Skinny jeans also have pockets for carrying personal items.
What Types of Denim Fabric Are Used for the Jeggings?
As mentioned above, great elasticity and soft touch are the two main characteristics of jeggings. Its characteristic comes from the fabric from which it is made.
Jeggings are made from a different fabric than traditional denim. The denim fabric used for jeggings is usually denim made from a blend of cotton and spandex. The elasticity of jeggings mainly comes from the touch of spandex, and the softness of jeggings mainly comes from the high-quality cotton of the fabric.
If you want jeggings to last longer, you can choose denim made of high-quality cotton and Lycra blend for jeggings. Lycra elastic quality is better so the price will be higher.
What Types of Jeggings and Denim Fabrics We Can Provide?
We aim to design a piece of denim fabric for jeggings with good quality and a favorable price.
And AT1058 is the ideal denim collection after a year of experimentation.
Four features make it an ideal denim fabric for jeggings.
- Ultra Soft & Comfort
Powered by Cloud Soft Yarn™
AT1058 owns a lower twist level, that is, it has a softer and more comfortable hand feel than normal denim made with open-end or ring yarn. Velvety smooth to the touch, and full of cotton feel from the inner side. Ideal for lady skinny or slim fit.
Apart from its ultra-softness, the denim surface of AT1058 stays clear and crisp while most denim with low twist levels gets a blurry surface.
- 85% Elasticity
One Fabric for Three Sizes
Suit for different apparel applications, from daily life to sporting.
As a consumer, you may have encountered a similar problem: Sometimes when you are purchasing a pair of jeans, you need to spend several times buy-return-buy-return actions before making it enter into your wardrobe. Most of this selection process is due to it’s hard to find a jean with the perfect fit or size for you at one time.
What if we could solve or greatly improve the problem?
For denim clothing brands, it can not only directly reduce the problem of returns and exchanges due to unsuitable sizes, but also indirectly increase sales.
AT1058 owns a maximum of 85% elasticity while most of the high-elastic denim fabrics currently on the market have 50-60%.
The 85% elasticity ensures the denim suitable for different body features or different sizes. Greatly solve the annoying return-buy-return online jean-purchasing.
Moreover, AT1058 is ideal for high-intensity movements, e.g. dancing, jogging, and hiking.
Try to switch it freely between daily dress to sporting.
- Stable Stretch
Powered by Tripe-Core Yarn Technology
Higher elasticity, on the other hand, means more risk of yarn slippage, especially when sewing with low density along the seam.
AT1058 utilizes a unique striped-core yarn, in which two spandex and one PTT filament are wrapped inside in one stretch yarn. Compared to single-core yarn which is applied mostly in stretch denim, it can reduce 70% yarn slippage, and greatly reduce loose-seam problems.
Also, more spandex involved means more stable stretch performance during high-intensity movement, greatly preventing baggy or saggy problems. No need to worry about it can’t stay its shape after a few movements.
- More competitive price than lycra
As known, lycra has incomparable advantages that normal spandex doesn’t have: better elasticity, excellent resilience, and 1/3 lighter weight. The only weak point lies in its expensive price.
The tripe-core yarn utilized in AT1058 owns a more competitive price than lycra while also staying supreme stretch and recovery ability. From this point, fabric costs can be cut down by over 10% while still utilizing high-performance denim fabric.
At the End
After reading this article, I believe you have a further and deeper understanding of jegging.
If you want to know more about denim fabrics for jegging, you can click AT1058 to learn more.
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