All of the clothing in Jaleh Boutique is designed and manufactured locally in the Puget Sound. Designer and Jaleh boutique owner Jordanah Monjazeb’s pieces are effortless and versatile, and the price tags are just as attractive as the clothing.
Well-spoken and engaging, designer Monjazeb is clear about her vision and describes the line as “Feminine, sophisticated and refined.” Jaleh (pronounced zsa-leh) was intended to provide everyday essentials to keep today’s modern and on- the-go woman dressed from day to night, “Wherever the day takes her.” Monjazeb is fiercely committed to creating comfortable clothing without compromising style. To do this she designs apparel in flattering fits with special details such as playful cutouts and subtle embellishments.
The pieces are designed to layer and to complement other elements of the collection and, likely, whatever you currently have in your closet. Featuring peplum tops, flowing prints, and sheer elements, the line is romantic, yet polished. Pops of jewel-tone pieces (amethyst, amber, teal) accompany classic black, white and neutral basics. And
how can she offer those attractive price tags? By stringing the tags herself. The retailer employs only a handful of employees who are involved in the minute details of creating each piece. From sourcing limited fabrics to stringing tags on finished items, this hands-on approach allows for higher level quality control as well as the addition
of thoughtful design details crafted into each article of clothing. With only 100 pieces of each item manufactured, Jaleh apparel is unique, special and is never mass produced.
Jaleh Boutique, 1808 136th Pl. N.E., Bellevue,
by appointment, 206.724.2950,