Brought to you in partnership with Revtown Jeans…
Although this whole pandemic might be getting you down, it doesn’t have to be that way. Sure, it can be a little lonely sitting around indoors all day long and seeing the sunshine outdoors, but this too shall pass, so do what you can to keep yourself safe and healthy.
While you’re working from home and stuck inside, though, it’s important to stick to a routine that mirrors one you’d have if things were normal. For that reason, it’s time to ditch the sweatpants and mesh shorts and starting working in some Revtown Jeans — because, while stylish, these things bring all the comfort you’d never imagine denim could have.
Made with a soft Italian denim that’s infused with a touch of stretch for added mobility and comfort, every pair of pants from Revtown Jeans feels like you’re sitting in silk. That may seem like a stretch, but, seriously, each one of Revtown’s pants are as comfortable as anything else you’ve got in your dresser, and now’s the perfect time to look sharp and feel good while sticking with your normal daily routine.
Plus, Revtown joined forces with the Brands X Better coalition, meaning there’s a little extra something good coming when you shop this denim.
Hoping to do something extra for our troops and their families as they are affected by COVID-19, the Walter Reed Society aids service members who meet unexpected financial hardships and provides services related to their care. A portion of Revtown Jeans‘ sales for the entire month of April will support the Walter Reed Society — so shop now to get the most comfy denim and help American troops.
Sure, we may be stuck in isolation and forced to take virtual meetings with coworkers from our living rooms, but with Revtown Jeans, you can look your best, while still having that comfortable feeling you’d get from those PJs you’ve been wearing for the past month all day long.
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