Questions about denim

questions about denim

Frequent questions about denim

Denim, a basic textile that must be on all wardrobes has many different options that they seem endless, classic, vintage, purposing, personalized jeans, jackets, shorts, t-shirts, blazers, and the list keeps going, but there are many questions about the denim clothes such as when you should say good-bye to your favorite jeans? Or how can you make your clothes made of denim last for longer? And today we will help you solving your doubts.

“There are more new styles available at every new season with clothes made of different shades of denim, which offers now the final buyer many alternatives to choose the precise styles that meet their natural essence”, said Salomón Juan Marcos Villarreal, president of Grupo Denim.

Here are some frequent questions about denim and their answers:

Q: What should I never do with my denim clothes?

A: Make sure you never put your denim clothes into a dryer, unless you want them to shrink.

Q: What should I do if my denim clothes get dirty?

A: Spray your garments with a solution made of vinegar and them hang them outside, then put them on the washing machine with a delicate cycle and warm water, that will help you protecting the color.}

Q: How should I make a distressed effect on my jeans?

A: Do not use scissors or cheese grater, use sandpaper instead.

Q: What is the most common mistake when buying jeans?

A: Picking the wrong size, you need to take it easy when going on shopping and try different sizes and fits until you find the perfect pair, remember sizes can change from fits, brands or fabric’s composition.

Q: When should I throw away my jeans?

A: The answer would be, you do not need to, a good pair of jeans is forever as you can turn them into much different type of clothes with the help of a tailor or your imagination.

“A pair of jeans can be personalized, modified or cut and turned into a different garment or accessory, which is what the denim passionate usually does to give their jeans a longer life”, added Salomón Juan Marcos Villarreal.

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