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About Tucker Blair

Tucker Blair is an e-commerce brand offering hand-stitched belts and accessories, focused on selling directly to the consumer. Designed in America, all of the company's products are handmade from 100% cotton, full-grain leather and solid brass buckles.

Tucker Blair Headquarter Location

1121 Revere Street #41

Boston, Massachusetts, 02114,

United States


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Expert Collections containing Tucker Blair

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Tucker Blair is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Direct-To-Consumer Brands (Non-Food).


Direct-To-Consumer Brands (Non-Food)

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Startups selling their own branded products directly to consumers through owned e-commerce channels, rather than relying on department stores or big online marketplaces.



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Apparel & Accessories

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This Collection includes startups selling apparel and accessories ranging from activewear to dresses to glasses.

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’Preppy’ e-commerce clothing startup Tucker Blair to open pop-up store this winter

Nov 24, 2014

Email  |  Twitter  |  Google+ Boston-based e-commerce clothing startup Tucker Blair is the latest Internet-based company to experiment with pop-up stores, and is opening a temporary retail store at 111 Charles St. this week. The pop-up store on Charles Street is the latest development in the startup's effort to have a physical retail presence to supplement it's e-commerce website. Tucker Blair sells handmade needlepoint belts, wallets, coasters, flasks, bracelets and other accessories and its pop-up store will also feature products from New York-based clothing company Jack Robie . Tucker Blair is among several startups that have started off selling products online and then later found that a physical, brick-and-mortar presence was a good supplement to allow customers to get a better feel for the products they are selling. Those startups also include Boston-based e-commerce menswear startup Ministry of Supply, product-launch website The Grommet , and e-commerce fine jewelry startup Gemvara. Gemvara, however, decided to not open a permanent retail store after evaluating customer traffic at the temporary pop-up store the company opened last winter. Tucker Blair was founded in 2008 and was bought in August 2013 by Matthew Tara , former vice president for venture capital firm General Catalyst Partners, which has an office in Cambridge. The company describes itself as catering to the "modern preppy" consumer. The company raised a seed round of $610,000 last fall, led by General Catalyst, to support growth, re-branding and new hires, according to the company. Related links:

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