As every well-dressed hipster, fashionista, and Dark Lord of Mordor knows, sometimes all you need is the perfect accessory. Today’s Groupon helps you find it: for $12, you get $25 worth of worth of jewelry, clothing, gifts, and accessories at Tigertree. The Short North Arts District boutique was Columbus Underground's pick for Best Store of 2009. This Groupon can be applied to anything in the store.
Owners Josh and Niki Quinn originally opened the bustling boutique in 2007 to introduce modish shoppers to their own fashion line, Maxine, Dear, which has been carried by Bergdorf Goodman, Fred Segal, and other stores around the world. They have since expanded to include a diverse and refreshing variety of modern designs for men and women. Ladies can adorn themselves with jewelry such as a vintage Ohio plate necklace ($36) or a more mathematically minded green abacus necklace ($26), while laddies can add a hipster-friendly classiness to formal outfits with men's accessories such as wheat penny cufflinks ($18) or a blue-enamel skinny tie clip ($18). Tigertree also features belt buckles from their own Maxine, Dear line at an in-store discount ($23). For a status symbol that can also help you pass the time on long bus rides, buy a book. Niki's favorite is Kurt Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle ($15), while a copy of The Art of Manliness ($16.99) will let women know what they've been doing wrong.
Treat yourself to a tasteful accessory at Tigertree, or use your Groupon as a gift for a loved one whose overworn college toga cries out for a few grace notes of sophistication, not to mention a few stays to keep it from unfurling on windy days.
Tigertree was featured in Esquire magazine's Big Black Book 2008 and Alive! magazine. Tigertree's in-house line, Maxine, Dear has been featured in The New York Times. Columbus Underground voted Tigertree Best Store of 2009, saying:
- Boutique shopping can sometimes be hard to come by in a city like Columbus...When it comes to our reader’s poll though, the smaller local shops definitely reign supreme. Tigertree took home the number one spot on top of a long list of other small shops... This Short North staple features both men’s and women’s fashion lines as well as a hand-picked assortment of accessories and other household items. – Walker
- They have unique products that support young designers and a bright space with alluring displays. – Morgan B., Yelp
- If you are at all a fan of hip, well-chosen clothing, accessories, and items-for-the-home types of merchandise, Tigertree is the place to go. Neato owners with exquisite taste. – Linz, Google Maps
771 N High St.
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