Stonewashed jeans = the perfect worn-out look
The worn, old look of brand new jeans is something we all want to wear. But how were the stonewashed jeans invented and how is the production done? Keep reading and get to know the story behind these jeans and how our production of the immensely popular jeans goes.
What’s the story behind stonewashed jeans?
Sometime during the 1950s and 1970s, the stonewashed jeans were invented. But who the person or persons behind these were is a question no one really seems to have the answer to. It was not until the 1980s that they really made an impact and became popular to wear. The trend continued during the 1990s and 2000s and looks to be a safe statement piece for both men and women for some time to come. But what are stonewashed jeans really? That’s exactly what it sounds like – jeans washed with stones.
Stonewashing – how-to?
By stonewashing jeans, they get a worn-out look that also contributes to the jeans becoming softer and more comfortable from the start. Many times, the production of stonewashed jeans can involve hazardous chemicals, something we at Saburo don’t use. Our stonewashed jeans are always made with environmental thinking in focus.
We use stones or a kind of enzyme treatment to get the worn effect on our jeans. The jeans also get their unique wear with a type of sandpaper where each pair of jeans is made with care by hands. As always with our jeans, we guarantee you:
- 100 % OCS certified organic cotton
- Produced with love in Bangladesh
- Straight from manufacturer to consumer
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