Maddie & Tae Go From Girls In a Country Song to Girls With a Clothing Line

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Move over Sierra! Those girls who put you on blast in a song are now showing you, once again, that they rose above your ridicule.

Maddie & Tae announced the launch of their clothing line, AQUA x Maddie & Tae, to be sold at Bloomingdale’s in conjunction with the department store’s in-house brand, AQUA. According to Nash Country Daily, “the collection consists of a mix of pieces including dresses, jackets, blazers, pants, skirts and tanks.”

The girls are striving to release pieces that are diverse enough to wear anyplace and turn heads in the process. In a statement, Maddie Marlow shared AQUA x Maddie & Tae would feature:

Super-fun pieces and stuff that’s hip without screaming “fashion victim” – things you can really wear. And the best part, pieces come in all kinds of colors and fits, so everyone gets to be part of the party. It’s great clothes that are fresh and fun for everyone.

Tae Dye assured fans that “no matter where you’re going or what you’re doing, AQUA’s got you covered all in one place! When you’re busy like we are, AQUA makes it so easy.”

AQUA x Maddie & Tae will be available later this month in-store at Bloomingdale’s and on the store’s official website. Pieces are reported to range from $38 to $498.

 

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