Levi's Discount Codes - July 2020
|Voucher Code Description||Discount Type|
|20% student discount||20%|
|10% discount - newsletter sign up||10%|
|Boys clothing collection from £15||Deal|
|Girls clothing collection from £15||Deal|
|Vegan accessories from £15||Deal|
|Men's new arrival range from £20||Deal|
|Women's new arrival range from £18||Deal|
|Women's Levi's shorts from £45||Deal|
Levi's, worn to last
Online shopping secrets
Get your jeans at the best possible value by browsing our site and discovering the most amazing Levi's offers on store. The first thing you have to do if you want to save big and often on your jeans is sign up to the newsletter on their website. As soon as you register you'll get a 10% Levis promo code you can redeem on your first purchase. Furthermore, you'll continue to receive the latest news and offers straight to your email.
Moreover, if you're a student, we've got great news for you: an exclusive Levis promo code for students only can be accessed through verification of your student credentials with UNiDAYS. Just log in or register with them and you'll be able to save 20% on every online purchase.
Shopping on Levi's
In the 21st century Levi's is no longer a brand married to denim. Browse our page for Levis voucher codes and you will realise – in case you didn't know already – that you can restock your wardrobe from top to bottom with a single visit to the website. From casual shoes to underwear, there's nothing you will not find at Levi's.
Shop the range of leather L-bags for a stylish yet simple look, or head to the shoes section to get anything from trainers to leather half-boots. Levi's women's collection includes comfy tops and t-shirts for a trendy yet unpretentious clientele. Loose-fitting dresses, ripped denim skirts or shorts, and the hilariously named "ex-boyfriend" range of sherpa and trucker jackets make up the collection.
For children there's a selection of tees and sweatshirts to go with the small jeans, while the men's catalogue is complemented with a vast array of button down shirts and full-on outerwear, such as puffer jackets and parkas.
Yet for all the diversification Levi's has gone through in its 150 years of existence, the company is still, first and foremost, a manufacturer of blue jeans. Not just any manufacturer either, but the blue jean maker par excellence. That's why if you have Levis discount code you want to use it for your new pair of jeans, be they the ultra slim cut, the 300 and 700 styles, designed just for girls, or the original 501 model.
What does Levi's offer?
It's fair to assume that there's just about no-one in the western world in the 21st century who doesn't own or hasn't ever owned a pair of jeans. Levi's, therefore, is really for everyone. Granted, you might not choose to slip into your trusted 501s to go meet the Queen – but that's just about the only scenario in which you can't make them work.
Whether you're going to a concert or a dinner party, work or fun (and yes, it's true, work can sometimes be fun too), you can make your Levi's work the mood. Jeans (jacket) on jeans (trousers) are quite the rebel statement, though we all know you don't need a cause to be a rebel. Replace the jacket with a blazer (and maybe wear a shirt over that white t-shirt) and you'll be ready for the trendiest smart casual occasion. Or simply rock those sculpted pair of jeans to look drop-dead gorgeous and carve a trail of dropping jaws as you make your way through the city.
So grab your Levi discount code and replenish your collection of jeans!
Levi's – seldom has a person's first name resonated around the world so loud and clear. One of the most important casualwear producers in the world, Levi's is to denim what Gillette is to razor blades or Frigidaire to, well, fridges. The most trusted and emblematic of jean makers, Levi's patented in the late 1800s its very own way of making denim overalls, and just like that gave a clear and unwavering directive as to where the fashion world would head over the course of the next century (and beyond!).
With the sort of history and proven track record boasted by Levi's it would be impossible to forget about the past, but far from basking in its own glory the company has continuously evolved over the decades, adapting its style to the latest trends, using new and ever more comfortable fabric, introducing new lines and, in short, moving with the fickle nature of fashion.
What started with an unnamed pair of durable trousers made for workers (the name blue jeans would come much later) has evolved into a whole lifestyle. Levi's is known the world over for its 501 model, of course, but head to their website and you will find dozens of different models to go with bodywear, jackets, t-shirts, skirts, and accessories of every shape or form to help you hit exactly the note you're after with your outlook.
It all starts in the Wild Wild West, in the midsts of the California Gold Rush, with a Franconian immigrant hoping to make a buck. Levi Strauss had been living in the States – New York City first; Louisville, Kentucky later on – for five years when he decided to head out west to open a subsidiary of his family's dry-goods business. We're talking about the middle of the 1800s in San Francisco, as far a frontier as there was in the American continent.
Levi's business prospered from the start, but his major coup wouldn't come until 20 years later. Having established himself as a merchant of good, strong fabric, such as denim, Strauss was approached one day by a tailor from Reno, Nevada. Jacob Davis, originally from Latvia, had been purchasing cloth from Levi Strauss for years when he approached him to partner in the patenting and wholesale production of a specific type of working trousers with strategically placed reinforced fastenings at vulnerable points. The secret consisted in using copper rivets to secure the stitching at the seams and pocket openings, and adjusting copper buttons along the crutch. Davis had been producing this sort of trousers for some time, and they had proven so popular he simply couldn't any longer keep up with the demand. Strauss saw the potential in the invention and agreed to pay the fee for the patent. The world had just changed, just that no-one knew it yet.
Today, Davis' invention has been popularised and accepted across the industry and Levi's has profited from it like no other firm. Recording revenues of billions of dollars yearly, Levi's has opened hundreds of plants in all corners of the world and the brand has grown into a global behemoth.