So you already know how to care for your jeans, but once they’re spic-and-span and free of stains, do you know how to properly fold and store them to reduce wear-out? Stylecaster has something to say about that:
“Fold jeans like a pro: Lay jeans on a flat surface, fold in half from left to right. Grab the stacked jean legs and fold them in half so the hem of the jeans lines up with the waistband. Fold the jeans in half one more time.
Denim needs to breathe, so be sure to not pack folded pairs too tightly together on a shelf, or hand denim jackets or vests in a crowded closet”
Check out more of their garment care tips.
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Sean of Rawr Denim did some retrospective ruminating over things he wishes he’d known when raw denim was still a new interest. He found out via trial and error, and taking advice from various websites/denim-heads, what really works best when caring for your jeans. For example—a no fail recipe for “sick fades”? Doesn’t exist. And should a single drop of water touch your raw jeans for six months after purchase? Maybe the “no water” rule isn’t exactly what you thought. He shared some of his tips (and some amusing graphics), over at his blog.
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