Hey guys, quick question here: how in the world do you keep white/off white chinos/trousers their original color?
I've read all the thread about keeping whites white, but they usually apply to armpit sweat stain, dirty collar and cuffs or localized stains. But I haven't seen anything regarding pants.
Problem is, I have a pair of very very light grey (almost white) chino that have been worn only a handful of times (under 10, I'm pretty sure). Consequently, they've only been washed once or twice. The thing is, they have this weird discoloration/fading, but it's not localized in one place like a stain. It's more like a yellow marble all over, which appears more when in direct sunlight. Wish I could have a picture, but I don't. Given I've almost never worn or washed them, I wonder what might've caused this phenomenon. It's not really noticeable but I don't really want to wear them anymore in case someone notices.
Judging from your avatar, are you perhaps a cigar smoker? Might be the source of some yellowing..