Who said that branded clothing has to be expensive? Not HX1 Jeans!

We all love to shop the latest designer brands, unfortunately for some of us, doing this often can ‘break the bank’, and therefore, at HX1 Jeans we have designer wear available at very affordable prices! We understand that buying designer clothing can sometimes become a struggle for some of us and for this reason, we cater to our customer’s requirements and desires! Most people prefer to shop the brands from their official websites, as they assume that the quality of the product will be better and can get the guarantee of authenticity, however, the quality of the goods that our customers will be purchasing on HX1 Jeans is no different than the designer brands, except the sheer fact that you are getting a bargain as well. Now who wouldn’t want that? You would be crazy to turn down such an offer! Our products start from £35 in comparison to the official website where the prices start from £50 onwards and the only difference between the two products is their pricing!

Wide-leg Jeans

We strongly focus on offering our customers the best pricing on the well-known brand names such as, Armani, Vans, Adidas, Nike, Wrangler, Levi’s, Converse and others. We also promise the authenticity of all our products, even though the low prices can make you think otherwise. We deliver clothing and footwear from brands that you love at a price which you’ll love even more and is reasonable for everyone. It doesn’t get better than that! HX1 Jeans are all about fashion and keeping up to date with the latest and hottest trends, and with our diverse collection of clothing, footwear and accessories, there is something suited for everybody, as we have branded fashion jeans for men, women and certainly for Kids too, as we all know how they like to keep up to date with the newest fashion too! Our clothing is for all ages, including infants from the ages of 0-9 years, so everyone has a chance to dress in style! HX1 Jeans is not only about offering our customers the best prices, we also pride ourselves on our outstanding customer service.


Top 10 Fashion Brands on Social Media

Social media has become an important part of overall digital marketing strategy. Brands are using popular social media platforms to promote their services and products to larger audience. Presence of your business on various social media platforms is not optional rather we will say it is necessary because from shopping to wedding, everyone loves to get recommendation from the social media groups they are following. Popular fashion brands have already created a large community on the social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Twitter.

Here we are sharing the list of top 10 fashion brands which are performing well on popular social media platforms.

Top 10 Fashion Brands on Social MediaBy: HX1 Jeans

Jeans: Popular Choice of Clothing

Today everyone is conscious about the little things like what to buy, what to wear, what to use and much more. Clothing is a way to represent our personality and clothes. It also helps to make good first and lasting impression. If we talk about designer clothing for women, there are various options easily available but when it comes to branded fashion for men then the choices are limited. Jeans are made of denim and dungaree clothes. First denim jeans were designed in 18th century but became trendy among gold miners in 19th century during the California gold rush.

Jeans is considered as the most popular clothing choice around the world. Today, it is available in wide range of colours and styles such as slim fit, boot cut, straight cut and skinny. Here are some of them:

Boot-cut Jeans

Boot cut jeansThese are very flexible jeans – excellent for both formal and casual wear. They look good on everyone. They work with all shapes and sizes, and the way they slightly flare out at the bottom is very figure flattering.

Flared Jeans

Flared JeansIn these jeans, the flare at the bottom is bigger than the boot cut pair, but not as big as bell bottoms. This style especially looks good on taller girls because of the wider flare at the bottom. It gives your legs more dimension and depth, so it doesn’t look like one continuous long line.

Straight-Cut Jeans

Straight-Cut JeansA straight cut is basically straight from top to bottom, with no tightening or flaring at the bottom. You can put your jeans into your boots. It’s less stuffing and more comfortable. These jeans look best with boots, walking shoes, or flip-flops.

Skinny Jeans

Skinny JeansSkinny jeans have been all the rage recently, but they look better only on some kinds of people. They are very fitting all the way through, and taper at the bottom. Do wear these if you are tall and slim. They will flatter your figure and show off your long legs to perfection.

Cropped Jeans

Cropped JeansCropped jeans are three-quarter length jeans, suitable for most bodies. You can dress them up with heels and accessories, or dress them down by pairing them with sneakers or flip-flops. These jeans can make your legs look shorter, so dainty girls should look for capris that fall above the knee.

Wide-leg Jeans

Wide-leg JeansThis wide-leg style of jeans looks great on everybody, especially if you are tall. The best way to wear wide-legs is to wear something tight near the waist, as this is the skinniest part of this style of jeans.

Baggy Jeans

Baggy JeansBaggy jeans, have a slim fit around your butt, but is little loose and relaxed at the thigh and bottom. Their relaxed and comfortable cut makes them look like you have taken them directly out of your boyfriend’s wardrobe. They compliment thicker legs and thighs, and look pretty fashionable, either with dainty flats or with high heels.

Low-rise Jeans

Low-rise JeansThese tight jeans are very trendy; however, a bit of realism is required here. Do wear low-rise jeans if you are with a flat stomach area. Don’t wear these types of jeans if you have a belly which peeps out over the top of the waistband, as this is unappealing.

With all different cuts and styles of jeans, just make sure that they fit you properly, so that they look good on you, and that they feel great to wear. One more trendy advice for our readers is that jeans with detailing such as embroidery are best worn with additions towards the bottom half of the leg, if you don’t desire attention strained to large butts and thighs. With these tips in mind, now you can pick out the right pair of jeans that not only looks fabulous on you, but gives you an entirely different look!

Fashion Rules for Modern Man

‘Fashion is a statement’. It is subjected to time. We reduce, reuse and recycle fashion along with the demand of time. Since ancient times, feminism and fashion have walked in parallel terms. But in this century, fashion has entered the men’s field.

Here are some easy yet major fashion tips that would help you win any girl’s heart. Don’t forget to check out our Men’s Branded Jeans collection.

Fashion History of Denim

Denim is part of every person’s wardrobe; you’d be hard pushed to find someone who doesn’t own an item of clothing that is denim. Take a look below at the brief history of 5 pieces of iconic denim: The Jacket, The Jeans, The Shorts, The Skirt and The Overalls.

The Jacket

In 1905 the first Levi Blouse (jacket) was recorded. Made in 9oz double quality XX denim, it was known as the 506. The word blouse was used by Levi Strauss & Co. until roughly around 1938 when it was redubbed “jacket”. Strauss produced six versions of the jacket dated 1905, 1928, 1936, 1941, 1944 and 1947 making minor additions and variations throughout the years.

In the early versions had no front pocket flap and the red tab started to appear on the 1836 versions of the jacket.

The Jeans

The first pair of denim jeans was invented by Jacob Davis in 1871 and was patented by Davis and Levi Strauss on May 20th 1873. Originally designed for cowboys and miners, jeans became a common fashion item in the 1960s and still remain popular around the world to this day. Find branded Jeans for men over on our website.

The Jeans

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-17101768 The world’s oldest surviving pair of jeans dates from around 1879

The Shorts

In the 1960’s fashion, style and art all began to take on a new life of its own. By the 70’s The Daisy Duke Shorts were the must-haves of the decade. They became popular because of the TV show the Dukes of Hazzard where actress Catherine Bach played the character Daisy Duke who wore a pair of jean shorts every episode. While females liked the styles, male liked the appeal of long legs.

The Skirt

The denim skirt –often referred to as the jean skirt, is made from the same material as jeans and is available in a variety of styles and length to suit different populations and occasions. They were first introduced into mainstream fashion in the 1970’s and although their popularity flagged in the 80’s and early 90’s, they were reinvigorated in 1996.

Back in the sixties, hippies came up with the idea to recycle old denim jeans into long denim skirts by opening the inseams.

The Overalls/Dungarees

Overalls were introduced in around 1700’s with the first bib overalls referred to as slops. They were reserved for the working man and were also considered a symbol of low class.

This image later changed when women adopted the dungarees during the First World War. The tough fabric made them ideal for the women working in factories doing their bit for the war.

By the fifties, they were accepted as casual wear. And ever since, they have gone in and out of fashion.

17 Amazing Facts About Jeans [Infographic]

The trend of wearing jeans is not new and it would not be wrong if we would say that designer jeans have changed the fashion industry completely. Today we have variety of new styles and designs easily available online. Below infographic, brought to you by HX1 Jeans, revolves around some of the amazing facts about jeans.

Ways to Reuse Old Denim

Jeans are probably the most comfortable item of clothing in the world, and we have all got our favourite pair. That go-to pair one which never lets you down. And no matter how many new pairs you can try and buy, none will come even close to the super comfortable, slightly-worn down (perhaps a lot-worn) jeans that have been your best friend since you set eyes on them.

Perhaps you are one of those who keep those jeans at the back of the wardrobe, even if they don’t fit anymore. And you’re hanging on to them because, you know… memories.

If you are that person and know that you aren’t quite ready to part with them, perhaps reuse your jeans for something else. Denim is one of the few fabrics that looks and feels better as it ages. It’s been in fashion since its creation in the 1870’s and is still going strong today. You don’t have to say a sad goodbye to your favourite jeans; they can be used for a ton of DIY projects. And you don’t need to be the most artistic person to create something.

Here is a selection of our favourite ways to reuse denim:


Denim-CoastersDenim coaster can add a cool retro vibe to your decor and you don’t even have to know how to sew to make them. Take the hem of your jeans, roll slightly and apply a line of denim glue, and continue to roll your way along.

Pillow covers

Denim pillows add a nice casual touch to a living room or bedroom and goes with any decor. There are three types of pillow covers you can make:

Pillow covers – Denim pillows add a nice casual touch to a living room or bedroom and goes with any decor. There are three types of pillow covers you can make:

Envelope: Covers that can be easily removed and have an overlapping flat on the back side that is open.

Stitched: Stitched covers cannot be removed as they have been sewn over the pillow form.

Zippered: Zipped covers have a zip on one side which allow for easy removal and washing.

Backpacks and handbags

Making one of these is pretty straightforward and easy. While the pressure may be there to make the bag look absolutely perfect, a bit of slouch will give the bag an effortlessly cool twist. A slim brightly colour belt will really finish off the look.

Gadget case – Our phones and iPads can often get bashed around and sometimes cases can be expensive. All that is required is a piece of fabric large enough to cover your phone with room to spare and a needle and thread.

The possibilities for using denim are endless. You can make toys, rugs, quilts, hair bands, flowers etc. There are tutorial videos available on YouTube if you decided to make something that is a little trickier. Creating gifts for others is another fun project.

Your favourite pair of jeans will no longer sit in your wardrobe feeling lonely, but will be put to good use and last for many years to come.