When shopping for new jeans, skirts, or trousers, keep the following tips in mind to avoid purchasing counterfeit material:
1. Thoroughly inspect for stains;
A very important tip on how to identify original jeans is to check for stains. New, original, and quality jean fabric won’t have any type of stain on it, even if it might look a little bit faded.
If the jeans have stains, you know for sure that they’re not original or the seller simply wants to sell them off to make some money.
Although you can actually use vinegar to remove the stains on your jeans, I think it's far better to avoid them in the first place.
Hence, you always need to go for the original jeans with no stains.
2. You need to also check the price.
Although we all know that price doesn’t equate to quality, when it comes to the important guidelines on how to identify original jeans, price matters a lot. This is simply because high-quality jeans aren’t made with low-quality fabrics. Furthermore, the fashion designers don’t just make them; they usually pay so much attention to details too.
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