What You'll Get
Jeans are the uniform of the casual tomboy, the downtown diva, and Billy Jean. Today's Groupon gets you $100 worth of designer denim and apparel for $50 at National Jean Company. Whether you've got a flair for flares, an addiction to cigarette jeans, or you push toward pedal-pushing pedal pushers, National Jean Company has the stone-washed, pre-torn, or impeccable indigo of your dreams. Your Groupon is good for the company's Reston and Bethesda locations.
The quintessential American pant, jeans have been associated with cool and comfort ever since the first cowboy and cowgirl locked eyes across the pasture and rode off to get married and raise cowbabies. Denim has become increasingly acceptable in the workplace, at dressy occasions, and at home fumigations.
National Jean Company carries tons of designer denim and apparel, including styles from 7 For All Mankind ($104–$245), Citizens of Humanity ($95–$240), Hudson ($89–$188) and many more. Pick up the ultimate, affordable skinny jeans from Blank ($72–$75) or the torn, dyed, or elemental Joe's Jeans ($87–$236). Get your non-denim fix with adorable, flowing pieces from Ella Moss ($68–$158) or fashions from National Jean Company's signature brand ($24 for denim leggings, $68 tops).
The fitting experts at National Jean Company undergo denim-fitting training so rigorous that it would make even the shoppingest shopaholic tongue-dazzled. By studying the sizing quirks of each designer, National Jean Company's staff knows how to find the perfect size and style from any label. The abundance of durable blue material might be intimidating, but the friendly staff can help organize your jean desires into a manageable medley.
Northern Virginia magazine lists National Jean Company as having the Best of Women's Denim. The Washington Post, Washingtonian, In Style, Boho magazine, DNR magazine, and DenimBlog are just a few of the publications that have featured the business. Yelpers adore the store too, giving both the Bethesda and Reston locations a solid four stars:
- National Jean company, hands down, has the best selection of unique and hard-to-find jeans around. – Boho magazine
- The clothes are fun and hip, too. Expect colorful wares from local designers (Green Tangerine), hard-to-find labels (Zoa, Gracia) and established boutique brands (James Perse, Velvet). – Michelle Thomas, Washington Post
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 20, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.