Distressed jeans are given a worn-in look by adding rips, tears, holes, extreme fading and whiskering.
A process in which certain areas of the jeans are made lighter than the rest of the garment, resulting in a well-worn style.
Also known as cut-offs, this feature is usually found on the hems of shorts, but frayed details can also be found on waistbands, lending a unraveled look.
Resin is sprayed on the denim and then baked to create permanent creases, usually around the front pocket area.
Thin faded lines that form creases, usually around the front pocket area and sometimes at the back of the knee.