The bottoms of pants and shirts.
The edge of the fabric, where it’s been turned in and sewn.
The most classic of the bunch, this is what you’re used to: a simple, straight stitch that prevents fabric from fraying. You’ll see this on everything from button up shirts to chino pants.
When you turn up the bottom of your pants and roll to your liking. Cuffing, folding and rolling are great for showcasing your boots, shoes, socks or ankles — and look great with tapered pants.
An unfinished edge, this is meant to get distressed over time in keeping with your personal style.