JACKSON, Wyo. — If there’s a business to watch, it probably won’t come as a surprise it might be Belle Cose. The locally-owned retailer known for inspiring Jackson’s community to live life beautifully is once again on the move, this time with a temporary relocation of its King Street boutique.
Tucked beside King Sushi on its namesake street, the store has enjoyed seventeen years inside the historic Walker cabin. Beginning later this month, it will take a brief seasonal break moving to Crabtree Corner through summer 2020. Filling By Nature Gallery’s former spot at 86 East Broadway, across from the Snake River Grill staircase, Belle Cose King Street is excited for its new home.
With a reputation for offering an edgy, yet classic, collection of clothing and accessories, the store is a staple in Jackson’s fashion-conscious crowd.
“Our goal is always to find the best, most timeless value at market when buying,” says Belle Cose owner, Jane Carter-Getz. “We look for pieces that stop clients in their tracks but will garner a coveted place in their closet for years and years to come.”
Customers will find the same beloved clothing and accessories brands including Vince, Brochu Walker, 7 For All Mankind, Soia & Kyo, San NYC, Lafayette 148, and Autumn Cashmere, along with an array of new offerings.
“Crabtree Corner is a bustling community center,” Jane continues. “We’re so looking forward to joining the group.”
Promising new additions—MKT Studio, Iro, Rebecca Taylor, Pomandere, Mirth, and Chelsea and Walker—the larger store allows Belle Cose the opportunity to highlight an exciting array of brands.
“We hope to open our temporary location by the end of this month, give or take a few days,” explains Kevin Getz, Jane’s husband. Whether in late November or early December, the new spot is sure to be a welcome addition to Crabtree Corner.
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