from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To wash (garments or material, usually denim) in large industrial machines with pumice pebbles to soften and abrade the material by friction.
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- n. A stonewashed effect on clothing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. wash with stones to achieve a worn appearance
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Think Britain's Got Talent with more stonewash denim and Clairol home perms.
Time to dig out your stonewash jeans and leather jackets - and prepare yourselves for this weeks X Factor Performance Show which is ...
Not to mention dark wash, light wash, stonewash, regular wash, and distressed.
They lack embellishments, labels on the back and in-your-face wear and tear--all trends that are fading out like stonewash.
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Highlights from the range include neon flares and pedal-pushers in lime green, orange and pink with matching denim jackets; skinny stonewash ankle-grazers and cut-off shorts.
The catalog even has a brief essay by that 20th-century master of stonewash, François Girbaud.
The catalog even has a brief essay by that 20th-century pioneer of stonewash, François Girbaud.
Perhaps to the disappointment of the L.A Galaxy star's legion of female fans, the 36-year-old did not arrive wearing just a pair of briefs - but covered up in a casual combination of stonewash jeans and chunky, cream cardigan.
Toughen up the girly floral print with a cropped stonewash denim jacket.