Photograph courtesy of Mrs. Max Boutique in Newburgh
SALE of the WEEK:
Local to the Max!
Last week, we dropped by the Tee Party fashion show at Newburgh’s Karpeles Museum, which featured five of the city’s up-and-coming brands: Outsider Threads, Business As Usual 21, NEW BLAK, Truburgh, and Starrs Coll!de.
We so loved all of the designs — and especially that NEW BLAK is an organic brand — that we decided to honor local (and eco-friendly!) fashion from Mrs. Max Boutique, the sponsor of the Tee Party show and currently the only place in the Valley where you can find all of these designers in one spot.
In addition to everyday clearance items, Mrs. Max — known for its quality dance wear — celebrates Dance Week (Apr. 23-May 1) with a 5678 Sale: leotards for all ages are only $5, $6, $7, or $8 (regularly $20-$40).
MRS. MAX-IMUM FASHION:
» Merlet bamboo yoga pants in tangerine (orig. $39, now $29) and matching wrap top (orig. $32, now $25)
» Alternative Apparel sleeveless V-neck tunic in black/teal (orig. $29, now $20)
» Alternative Apparel cami with banded bottom in tan argyle print (orig. $19, now $11)
» Alternative Apparel cuffed-sleeve tissue tee in oatmeal (orig. $27, now $19)
» Iris Basic USA zippered hoodie sweater in navy (orig. $35, now $24)
» 5678 Sale: Motionwear, Capisio, and Baltog leotards in pastel colors (orig. $20-$40, now $5-$8)
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