Fresh Tangerine Store Visit

Standing in the middle of Fresh Tangerine's Seattle store, you feel thoroughly immersed in the brand and their vision. Every detail, from the actual jewelry to the paint colors, displays, and additional product reflect the spirit of charming and ambitious brand owned by my illustrious friend Kim. I’ve visited the shop a few times, and decided this would be the perfect time to introduce it to you, as I’ll be sharing some articles and styling tips on their blog over the next few months.

My jewelry used to run in a much more gaudy circle, but as my style has evolved, I seek out dainty and unique pieces that complete and add to a look without overpowering it. That’s where Fresh Tangerine hits the mark—they’re unlike anything else you’ll find out there, but they work beautifully for everyday whether you’re wearing a piece on its own or styling it with other pieces from the line.

Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane

Fresh Tangerine uses 14k gold fill and sterling silver to create their jewelry, which are both materials that work well for my sensitive skin. If you’ve ever wondered about the difference between gold fill and gold plating, they have a handy article on their site so you can get a feel for just how high-quality their pieces are.

For even more technical convenience, they sell a ring sizer on their website so you can always be sure of a fit before you buy. I always have a hard time sizing midi rings (sizes like 2 and 3 really throw me off)!

Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane
Fresh Tangerine Store Visit | truelane

Photography by Michele Equitz

My favorite pieces in store right now? The Bar Earring, Krikos Earring, Reine Necklace, Braided Stacking Ring, Basic Stacking Set…the list goes on and on!

I can’t wait to show you how I style these pieces and share tons more inspiration on the Fresh Tangerine blog. I know you’ll love learning about this brand as much as I have. Stay tuned here and make sure to follow them on Instagram for new updates!

Summer Rainbows

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Summer Rainbows | truelane
Summer Rainbows | truelane
Summer Rainbows | truelane
Summer Rainbows | truelane
Summer Rainbows | truelane

Photography by Michele Equitz


Boohoo sweatshirt (similar)  |  Denim c/o Rails  |  Sam Edelman loafers  |  Chanel bag loaned c/o Bag Borrow or Steal  |  Ray-Ban sunglasses


I often wonder what I am doing here on the Internet. Even more often, I wonder how I've been doing it for eight years (in October). But it's become a habit and that habit has become my job, so here I am prancing about in a sunshine yellow sweatshirt and my favorite boyfriend jeans in an attempt to inspire you to rock a new look from items you already have in your wardrobe, and a sense of confidence strong enough to help you be the best you that you can be today.

I've been going through somewhat of a midblog crisis lately, so an article on truelife will be coming about that soon. In the meantime, turn that sunshine on. You've got a brand new week to slay!
 

Shop the look:

Tee Tie

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Tee Tie | truelane
Tee Tie | truelane
Tee Tie | truelane
Tee Tie | truelane
Tee Tie | truelane

Photography by Michele Equitz
 

SO tee  |  Mudd jacket  |  Nuzzi sneakers  |  31 Bits handbag  |  Ray-Ban sunglasses  |  Mudd denim

I'm going for this sporty, chic soccer mom look lately. Basic pieces, stripes, tennis shoes, dark skinny jeans—I'm going back to basics. There's something about staying in Seattle for an extended period of time that makes me want to blend in. When I'm traveling, my wardrobe is much more creative, always looking to stand out when I find my next photo opportunity. I guess I need to get used to taking a little of that sense of adventure back home with me.