Re: Dark, clean denim
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Originally Posted by EnglishLearner1990
Dark, clean denim"
Does it mean
a dark-coloured denim jeans that is are clean?
Or does "clean" means that the jeans
is are a plain simple/traditional jeans without fancy designs?
1) There is no reason to capitalise "dark".
2) I haven't heard "clean" used as a general term for jeans. For me, that just means they're not dirty but that would be a strange thing to say. I would assume that your second interpretation is correct - plain jeans with no fancy designs.
3) Note that "jeans" takes the plural. "A pair of jeans" takes the singular.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.