Jeans acid wash - Corrosion is cool

Springfield acid wash jeans

Often times, the best things in fashion are those that are not planned. This is how the acid wash effect arose in the 60s. Salt water and The sun burned the California surfers' jeans, giving them a really cool look of deterioration that made them a trend, later drawing the attention of manufacturers, who began to imitate them through industrial processes such as the famous stone washing.

Currently, the acid wash effect is less harmful to the fibers of the pants, since at the end of the 80s it was possible to replace the bleach with potassium permanganate in the process, so modern acid-washed denim is just as cool than the surfers of the 60s, but much more resistant.

Acid Wash jeans by Springfield
Springfield offers this superskinny acid wash jean for 19.99 euros. We love the detail of the hem in navy blue (very colorful) and of course its well-worn effect, in which highlights the intensity of its shade of blue.

Pull and Bear Acid Wash Jeans
And at Pull and Bear, we have found this other one, more similar to what the first acid-washed denim must have been, since it is a few shades lighter than the previous one, that is also a superskinny type. And it is that this style of pants has something that makes it the perfect couple of the acid wash.


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