J. Crew, like Madewell’s (their sisterbrand) last year’s collaboration, partnered with Blue Jeans Go Green.

This week J. Crew launched an exciting partnership with Blue Jeans Go Green.

Now through the end of the year, bring in a pair of gently-worn jeans to any J.Crew store to get $20 off a new style, and all the old denim will be turned into housing insulation. Since Cotton Incorporated created this program in 2006, organizations and individuals around the country have contributed to recycling over 2 million pieces of denim!

Well, it’s good for you – $20 off – an good for those who are in need. A great opportunity to start the year off with a good deed.

There is an amazing denim collection waiting for you out there at J. Crew – check out some of their newest creations here on the images and on their website. Also, they have launched a new addition for the curvier ladies, going up to size 35 now.

And – funny – as the Crew guys say: “We don’t sell longer legs, but we kinda do” 😉

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  1. sarah jessica parker had on jeans I loved. I think they were denimology. They were jeans with it looked like darker patches at the lower part of the leg. There were rips at the knee. There was wide cuffs at the bottom of the pants. I would really appreciate hearing from you where I can get the jeans.

    Thank you
    Rosalie Gold

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