Jeans are shockingly resilient clothes that may not need to be washed as often as you think. With all the contradictory information out there, this video helps explain why you might not want to wash your jeans.
If you haven’t had a chance to get too long jeans hemmed but you want to wear them, roll them at the knee to get the right length. This technique sounds a little weird, but it looks better than your other alternatives.
Tailors, along with cobblers, can help you avoid buying something new every time there’s an issue with your clothing. A Tailor can’t fix everything, though, so here are some of the big things they can and can’t fix.
With just a little time and a sewing machine, you can hem your own jeans and skip paying someone else to do it.
If you're one of the many out there who swear by raw denim jeans, there are a lot of important things you should know for keeping them in their prime. This video demonstrates how to take care of your jeans, reduce wear and tear, and also explains raw denim for those who aren't familiar with it.
A good pair of jeans can be hard to find. One common fitting complaint is the gap that sticks out at the waistline. To fix this, sew a small piece of elastic to the back of your jeans.
Everybody likes a good-fitting pair of jeans, but styles change. A few cuts and some basic sewing can help you transform a favorite pair of jeans in no time.
You don't need to wash jeans as often as some of your other clothes, but when you do, a little vinegar can help keep them the right shade of blue.
If you have a pair of jeans that is beyond repair you can repurpose them into a gardening (or other activity) apron by cutting away everything not part of the apron.
It's a common problem for those of us who pocket our phones, and it's only gotten worse with the heavier, sleeker smartphones we've been carrying in recent years: Our phones won't stop falling over lengthwise in our pant pockets. Now, we can either get angry about the almost hourly occurrence and try to lay blame, or…