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What is the difference between dungaree and denim?
Dungaree appears to be a subset of denim and
typically refers to the most common style of blue denim. Typically only
the warp threads are pre-dyed with the traditional coloring agent
indigo, the weft threads are left uncolored (white), resulting in the
unique fade patterns of the fabric. Denim refers to cotton twill
which may be warp dyed, undyed, or dyed after weaving. Denim may be 2x1
or 3x1 twill.