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The Tangerine Tree launches S/S organic collection for children
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Sep '11
Owner Shefali Shirhatti conceived the idea of creating a fun, high quality, smart, and colorful collection of children's organic clothing, and The Tangerine Tree was born. Each design and graphic is thoughtfully created by Las Vegas based Julia Szkiba, a designer with fifteen years of experience in children's clothing.

Inspired by the beach, an undercurrent of fun runs through their 2012 Spring & Summer line, which features dresses, rompers, polos, tees, skirts, gaucho pants, shorts, leggings, and diaper covers with applique, embroidery, and screen prints.

The graphics include cute little submarines, whales, mermaids, crabs, sea horses, and other sea creatures in bright, vibrant colors. The incredibly high quality fabric is buttery soft and has a great hand feel. The line features both knits and wovens in organic cotton and denim, and ranges in sizes 0 to 6X/7.

All the clothes are manufactured in India in a GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified manufacturing facility, and having a vertically integrated supply chain allows the brand to ensure that they are able to maintain superior quality, great delivery performance, and complete customer satisfaction.

In keeping with the ecologically responsible ethos embodied by organic clothing, The Tangerine Tree is also socially responsible: they don't employ child labor in their factory, ensure clean working conditions and minimum wages.

The Tangerine Tree is a new line of fun and colorful children's organic apparel available through select online and retail outlets across the U.S. With bright colors, and sweet designs, we think our clothes will appeal to parents and children alike.

The Tangerine Tree


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