From how often to wash your jeans to how to hem your own jeans, we've got the essential care tips you need to know to keep your blues looking their best.
How to Wash Jeans
Jeans may seem sturdy, but they need a little T.L.C. to look and wear their best. Take these simple steps to ensure your jeans will last—and look great.
1. Turn jeans inside out before washing to help preserve the color. (Unless you want the blue to fade, in which case, wash jeans separately and don't turn them inside out.)
2. Wash in cold water on the gentle cycle with mild detergent.
3. Instead of putting jeans the dryer, hang them on a drying rack or lay them flat on a towel to dry.
4. If the fabric texture is hard and crunchy after air-drying, run a hot iron with steam over jeans to soften.