Indie-pendence Day Sale

June 28, 2010

We are an American company. We hand make all of our products from American materials in America. We celebrate and revere one of the most American textiles of all, DENIM. Levi Strauss brought denim to the masses in the 1850s when he began the first company to manufacture and distribute denim overalls.  Since then a pair of blue jeans has been a staple item and classic piece of clothing found in every warm blooded American’s closet throughout every decade. They are timeless, effortless, chic and uniquely American. We celebrate America, denim and blue jeans with our Red White and Denim 1853 collection and from now until 7/4/2010 we are offering any piece from that collection for 40% off with the code HAPPY4. Get them in time for the holiday and show your patriotism and fashion sense! Wishing you all a safe and exuberant holiday!


2.5 million – In July 1776, the estimated number of people living in the newly independent nation.

309.6 million – The nation’s estimated population on this July Fourth.

$3.0 million – In 2009, the dollar value of U.S. imports of American flags. The vast majority of this amount ($2.5 million) was for U.S. flags made in China.

$93.2 billion – Dollar value of trade last year between the United States and the United Kingdom, making the British, our adversary in 1776, our sixth-leading trading partner today.

Benjamin Franklin wanted the turkey to be the national animal but was outvoted when John Adams and Thomas Jefferson chose the bald eagle.

Over an estimated 150 million hot dogs will be consumed today. That’s roughly 1 dog for every two people in the U.S.

The first 4th of July party held at the White House was in 1801.

The words Under God were not added to the Pledge of Allegiance until the year 1954.

The national anthem is actually set to the tune of an old English drinking song called To Anacreon in Heaven

The stars on the original American flag were arranged in a circle to ensure that all colonies were equal.

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