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Victoria Beckham makes filthy jeans look great.
The pop-star-turned-designer exposed to Elle publication that she seldom cleans her real blues … other than when needed, naturally.
“If the kids spill [something on them], then I have to wash them, obviously, but even then it’s only on cold wash. And normally, no, I just don’t wash them at all,” Posh Spice informed the mag.
Washing jeans can break down the wash, color as well as shape of the material. To keep in mind, the Victoria Beckham Collection consists of a range of jeans alternatives, from super-skinnies to VB’s signature flares, which you can “wash at 30, do not bleach, tumble dry low,” according to the garment label.
While the mom of 4 might not clean her jeans regularly, she does manage them with care.
“I normally hang my jeans up, to be honest with you, to keep the shape,” she included.
Posh isn’t really the only celeb to avoid tossing her denims in the wash cycle. Anderson Copper stated he cleans his preferred set of denims, ones he uses every day, “maybe twice in six months,” he informed stylist Stacy London on Anderson Live in 2012.
To preserve the quality of jeans, the style expert encouraged on cleaning jeans in just cold water without soap, evaluated United States Weekly.
“The times I’ve done it, I’ve worn them and walked into my shower with them and put some soap on them and then air dried them,” he stated. “Isn’t that how you are supposed to do it?”
To each their own.