Joe’s Jeans will be opening a new store at the Phipps Plaza in Atlanta, Georgia. The great news is that they will be having a sale at the opening. This deal will last from 10am on Nov 20th – 5:30pm until Nov 21st, 2010. All you have to do is click on the image above, print it out and present it at the checkout to get your discount. This deal is for in-store only. So if you are in Atlanta head over to get your favorite pairs before they run out. All the details are above in the flyer.
Nordstrom is currently having their Half Yearly sale with some great offerings! They have tons of trendy cargo’s from brands like Siwy and 7 For All Mankind, as well as skinny and denim legging options, all at 33-35% off. Some of the great finds include 7FAM Roxanne Skinny jeans for $99.00 reduced from $159, True Religion Carrie Flares, $149.90 reduced from $246.00. The sale is online and in stores until November 14th.
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Joe’s Jeans will be holding their annual sample sale this month for their 10th anniversary. It will be on November 6th from 9am – 4pm and also the day after, on the 7th, from 9am – 12p. They will have everything from their jeans, shorts, tees, shirts, jackets, leggings plus more! So how many of you are going to attend? Check above for the location of the sale.
Children’s charity Jeans for Genes is making style history by teaming up with super model Jodie Kidd and designing a one off stylish stiletto to celebrate Jeans for Genes Day.
The unique shoe has been created by UpperStreet.com using Jodie’s very own favourite pair of jeans – the original zip, button and waistband have been transformed into this chic pair of shoes fit for any fashionista!
The jean shoe was auctioned on eBay with all proceeds being donated to the charity.
Now in its 15th year, the charity has raised a staggering £35 million and is once again asking people to make a donation to wear their jeans to work or school to raise money for children and families affected by genetic disorders. They aim to raise £2.5 million from the Day!
Genetic disorders affect 1 in 25 children born in the UK with more than 4,500 recognised genetic disorders, which account for more than half of all childhood deaths.