Denim washing is an aesthetic finish that is imparted to fabric to improve the softness and comfort of the fabric. In addition, the fabric achieves a different look such as a faded or worn-out appearance. It also enhances the appeal and provides strength. The emphasis is on comfort and softness. Fashion trends favor the broken-in look and worn/faded seams that can only be achieved through garment processing. Much of the appeal of dry denim lies in the fact that with time the fabric will fade in a manner similar to that which artificially distressed denim attempts to replicate.
Much of the appeal of dry denim lies in the fact that with time the fabric will fade in a manner similar to that which artificially distressed denim attempts to replicate. With dry denim, however, such fading is affected by the body of the person who wears the jeans and the activities of their daily life. This creates what many feel to be a more natural, unique look than pre-distressed denim.
A number of technological factors have contributed to making denim the fashion icon that it is today, including vast improvements in spinning, weaving, and finishing. One of the most important parts of creating beautiful denim jeans is washing. Washing has such an important part in the denim chain because of the umpteen effects that consumers look for in their jeans