A “must have” for this season is a poncho - the Sunner zip poncho is our choice. The cinched waist takes this look to the next level by giving you shape unlike the ponchos of the past. The addition of the front zipper adds a modern twist. This versatile piece is good for walking the dog or a night on the town.
We have had a waiting list for these pants for at least two months, but the wait is over! If you blink you will miss them, as hard as we have tried we just can’t keep them in the store. The clay color is amazing and definitely will take your fall wardrobe to the next level.
This shirt will most likely be the best thing you buy this fall, it is effortless, fun and sophisticated. What truly makes this shirt so great is the how figure flattering the cut of it is on every different body type. Once you put this shirt on you will want it in every color!
Last night National Jean Company held a party to raise awareness for the One Family Scholars Program. The Event was hosted by WCVB’s Bianca de la Garza and was a huge success. We would like to thank everyone who came and showed their support for this wonderful program.
Paul Fireman the owner of Hudson Jeans founded One Family in 1999. The mission of the One Family oganization is to put an end to family homelessness in Massachusetts. The One Family Scholars program supports low-income single parents on their journey out of poverty to economic self-sufficiency through higher education.
Henry & Belle is a fabulous company that grew from a love story centered around family, fashion and philanthropy. This family run company started in Chicago’s garment district by Henry Mann and his wife Belle in 1931. Henry used Belle as his muse and their brand took off. As the success of the company grew, so did their desire to give back to the community.
At National Jean Company Boston we love the Henry & Belle story and their classic cut jeans. If you are in Chicago on November 3rd checkout E Street Denim-they are having an event with Henry & Belle to support Chai Lifeline.