Fragrance Jeans, Salsa, scented, perfume, jeans, denim

left to right: blueberry, apple

The jeans only come in one style -a medium-rise, skinny jean, but there are five colors to choose from. Can't say I'm wild about the colors, which are basically super-faded bubblegum hues, but there's a method to the madness. Each color corresponds to a scent, so green is apple scented, orange is orange scented, blue is blueberry scented, etc etc. 

 

Now back to my original conundrum. Could this be the next big thing? Sure. Jeans, especially 100% cotton jeans, can be worn for months without washing (see Levi's CEO Mainstreams What Denimheads Already Knew -Don't Wash Your Jeans). Personally, I live by the sniff test. If my jeans don't stink, then I don't have to wash them. A subtle yet pleasant scent on unwashed jeans would give me even more of an incentive to hold off on putting them in the laundry. Hey, I'm conserving water. Don't judge me.

If I take it a step further, imagine having jeans that have the brand's signature scent. Chanel jeans infused with Chanel no. 9. Or more realistically, Diesel Jeans that smell of any variety of Diesel fragrances. It's kind of cool if you think about it. 

On the other hand, throwing them in the wash with a strong detergent and fabric softener and/or spraying them with your favorite scent after would do the trick just as well I imagine. 

What do you think? Do you like the idea of wearing scented jeans?

 

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Fragrance Jeans, Salsa, scented, perfume, jeans, denim

left to right: blueberry, apple

The jeans only come in one style -a medium-rise, skinny jean, but there are five colors to choose from. Can't say I'm wild about the colors, which are basically super-faded bubblegum hues, but there's a method to the madness. Each color corresponds to a scent, so green is apple scented, orange is orange scented, blue is blueberry scented, etc etc. 

 

Now back to my original conundrum. Could this be the next big thing? Sure. Jeans, especially 100% cotton jeans, can be worn for months without washing (see Levi's CEO Mainstreams What Denimheads Already Knew -Don't Wash Your Jeans). Personally, I live by the sniff test. If my jeans don't stink, then I don't have to wash them. A subtle yet pleasant scent on unwashed jeans would give me even more of an incentive to hold off on putting them in the laundry. Hey, I'm conserving water. Don't judge me.

If I take it a step further, imagine having jeans that have the brand's signature scent. Chanel jeans infused with Chanel no. 9. Or more realistically, Diesel Jeans that smell of any variety of Diesel fragrances. It's kind of cool if you think about it. 

On the other hand, throwing them in the wash with a strong detergent and fabric softener and/or spraying them with your favorite scent after would do the trick just as well I imagine. 

What do you think? Do you like the idea of wearing scented jeans?

 

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