Use sandpaper, a pumice stone or nail file for the building up of plaque wear. Be aware that pumice is only able to give the appearance of some negligence or slight well-worn look. With the help of sandpaper, you can achieve not just a visual effect, but most of these scuffs. Moreover, for a more accurate fading it is best to use the smallest and the sandpaper. If you wish to fading looked rough and very naturally - treat areas of tissue large sandpaper. As for nail files, then the end result also depends on the roughness of its surface, than it is more rough, the more impressive the effect of wear.
Before you begin the process, select the portions of the garment which you want to see worn. Circle them with a dry remnant, chalk or pencil. You should not stop your choice on the elbow and knee areas, because the fabric in those places and without that rapidly thins and wears out. If you put the fading on these areas - they will pretty soon turn into a hole.
Prepare in advance any fragment of plywood or Board that you put under the layer of treated fabric (inside the sleeves or pant legs). First, so you don't ruin the fabric on the reverse side, and secondly, you would prefer to work.
Dampen a wet cloth areas of tissue that need to make worn (can dip in the water, the whole thing, then squeeze). The fabric should not be too wet, but wet.
Now take a pumice stone, a nail file or sandpaper and start rubbing the fabric surface at pre-selected sites.
After the process is complete, wash the clothes the usual way.
If suddenly you find that the scuffs are not convincing enough - repeat the procedure again.