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What You'll Get
Clothes that fit well complement a person's figure, though clothes that are way too big can be useful for concealing extra lunches. Get the former with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of designer clothing at Jeanologie XX/XY boutique in East Lansing.
Dedicated to clothing customers in hand-selected styles, Jeanologie introduces men and women to trendy jeans, shirts, and dresses. The Chelsea Ultra Bree jeans by Joe's Jeans ($165) hug hips in need of a little reassurance, and Respect-Weathered jeans from Tokyo Five ($61.99) keep legs safely hidden from inquisitive pets.
Upper bodies can don an Alice in Wonderland jacket from Runway Pony ($95) or slip into a rugged Highway Star shirt by 7Diamonds ($56.99). Jeanologie's designers also sew spring-ready feminine wear, such as the seafaring Nautical Tunic ($29) and the festive Tribal Dress ($61).
Combining a New York feel with the superpowers of a local business, Michelle Rose, Jeanologie's head buyer and fashion consultant, sorts through myriad designer duds to find brand names such as BCBG and Lucky Brand. The clothing shop also carries apparel by local designers from Michigan State's apparel and textile design program.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid for Brittney Kelley Handbags, jewelry, or sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jeanologie Boutique
Hemmed into the East Lansing fashion scene by a mother-daughter team in 2010, Jeanologie Boutique presents a big-city shopping experience inspired by the likes of New York City stores. Inside, the boutique houses the latest trends in women's fashion, including dresses, bags, and a large selection of premium denim. Alongside brand names and popular designers, Jeanologie also uses its rack space to showcase the industry's up-and-coming stars by collaborating with students from Michigan State University's Apparel and Textile program.