Madewell Bellevue Square x Fresh Tangerine: August 1, 2015

Posted on July 28, 2015, 3:03 pm
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Fresh Tangerine and Madewell Bellevue Square are teaming up to bring you a unique shopping experience. Visit the Madewell Bellevue Square location on August 1 from 10 AM to 12 PM for mimosa, snacks and a chance to shop the just released fall goods!

After a summer of crisp whites and soft dresses, Madewell is bringing back their classics: denim, button-ups and booties. I personally can’t wait for the new black Cross Back Overall and Washed Leather Jacket. There will be a drawing for a $25 Madewell gift card, and for a great piece of Fresh Tangerine jewelry. Madewell will also be offering 20 percent off purchases of $125 or more on Madewell items.

Image courtesy of Fresh Tangerine.

Image courtesy of Fresh Tangerine.

Fresh Tangerine is a local Seattle brand based in the heart of Pioneer Square. Founded by Kim Kogane, Fresh Tangerine is known for its feminine, delicate and unexpected pieces. Geometric shapes play an important role in their designs. My favorite is this super simple triangle ring ($28).

Fresh Tangerine’s unique approach to jewelry (feminine without being over-the-top) pairs perfectly with the Madewell brand. Madewell began in 1937 as a denim and supply company. After a brief hiatus, the Madewell brand launched in 2007 and now has over 80 stores across the United States. As the cool sibling of JCrew, Madewell flirts the line between feminine and tomboy, laid-back and dressy, with denim at its core.

If you are unfamiliar with one, or both, of these brands, Saturday is a great chance to step in and take a look around. Update your jewelry box with baubles from Fresh Tangerine and find that perfect pair of jeans. (I’m serious, they’re perfect.) Ask an associate to help direct you to your ideal wash and rise.

Image courtesy of Madewell Bellevue Square.

Image courtesy of Madewell Bellevue Square.

Claire Reiner is a writer, artist and recent graduate from the University of Washington’s School of Art with a major in Art History. She is interested in recent art movements and subcultures (1950s, 60s, 70s) and how they have shaped present perceptions and practices of art. She grew up in Southern California and moved to Seattle in 2010. She is quite influenced by the unique geography of both places and enjoys hiking and exploring the Pacific Northwest. Reiner covers visual art exhibits in Seattle and seeks to contribute to a profound and positive artistic community, as well as encourage people to come out and experience art moments for themselves. Reiner is also the Executive Assistant for VanguardSeattle and handles any press related needs.