Word has gotten out that men do more of the household shopping nowadays. Accordingly, we’re being asked to shop in “man …
The list of ills being blamed on the fashion industry includes sweatshops, child labor, the worldwide culture of greed, rampant consumerism, warped self-images, eating disorders, pollution, water shortages, “spiritual and psychic …
Eddie Bauer is currently hosting a sale on all men’s and women’s jeans: Buy one pair, and a second pair of equal or lesser value comes at half price.
Why do some jeans retail for hundreds of dollars more than, well, what a typical pair of jeans should cost? The consumer opting for the “premium” product is paying extra for American materials and labor, fancy embroidery on the …
Among other surprising factoids, 44% of Americans say they'll never put money in the stock market again.
During Levi’s Spring Sale, select men’s, women’s, kid’s, and baby merchandise is marked down by up to 50%. Use the coupon code EXTRA25 and you’ll get an extra 25% off. Offers are in effect through Sunday, May 8.
I thought the recession was supposed to make absurd, conspicuous purchases like these go away. Guess I was wrong.
The conventional wisdom holds that the solution’s to ones problems must involve doing something. But have we overlooked the opposite, easier and cheaper option? Here’s making the case for doing nothing in five spheres of modern-day consumer life.
Now through September 27, you’ll get a flat $10 off each pair of Lee jeans purchased at the company website. No coupon code necessary. Free shipping for orders of $50 and up.
“The less people wash their jeans, the better their jeans become.”