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Raw denim, also known as dry or unwashed denim is denim which has not undergone any of the usual procedures of washing and distress. It comes directly from the loom and is sliced into jeans and then marketed to you. It is deep blue rigid and has a unique shine. Raw denim enables the wearer to customize the trousers for their distinctive form, creasing creases and fade marks to their body type. All jeans had been made of raw denim until the early 1970s and it was up to the consumer to break them in. Many individuals are going to sit in a bath or swim in their jeans to shrink their body’s pants.

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The word ‘Selvedge’ is relevant to ‘Self-edge’ of the Denim Fabric. Selvedge is woven so the fabric’s ‘edge’ can be used for the creation of garments. When it comes to Jean construction if its outer edge is done with (Self-edge) Then it called as a ‘selvedge’ denim jeans. Selvedge Denim tends to have a tougher, thicker weave than non-selvedge Denim. This Densest feature gives the denim a sturdier hand. If we use older selvedge loom technology then it creates variations on the denim surface (due to mismatching in the weaving process) besides if we use denim woven on modern looms it will not show inconsistencies. These differences provide denim with a unique look and highly grateful. 

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Jeans are foremost in everyone’s mind. when it comes to an individual appearance jeans always lead the attire. Jeans come in different genres like bootcut, skinny-fit, straight-fit but the topmost choice will be Ripped jeans. Ripped jeans are prominent because of its ripped design. Some Ripped jeans are designed in the manufacturing process while some are ripped on the age by frequent use of the buyer. Ripped jeans come in various patterns, some are ripped from thighs or some are ripped from legs. In this blog, I will demystify some kind of ripped jeans which are in swing now.

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