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We Tested Old Navy's Stain Resistant White Jeans. Here's What Happened.

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 25/03/2016 Jamie Feldman
GABRIELA LANDAZURI SALTOSHPMG © Gabriela Landazuri Saltos/HPMG GABRIELA LANDAZURI SALTOSHPMG

Whether you're an all-year-long wearer of white clothing or you're counting down the moments until Memorial Day, it's always daunting to keep bright whites stain-free. 

Enter Old Navy, which recently debuted a new pair of jeans it claims to be "stain repellent," and our messy minds started turning. Could these dream pants be real? We had to find out.

Using everyday items we all know and love (coffee, Cheetos, red wine and soy sauce), we tested (read: tortured) the pants to see if they were really all they're cracked up to be. 

The results? Not too shabby. After swiftly wiping each product off with napkins right after the initial spills, a spin in the washing machine later that night left the jeans looking almost as good as new, save the faint remnants of red wine placed unfortunately near the crotch. 

Ultimately, assuming you're not planning on spilling full glasses of wine on yourself, these pants are certainly a viable option for those who love the look of white denim, but not necessarily the maintenance. 

Check out the results below. 

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