I love to support locally owned retailers especially if they sell locally produced products. And this batch of shops fills the bill on both counts.
Creative and thoughtfully crafted accessories fill this tiny shop in the Pike Place Market's Down Under. Don't miss the house jewelry line.
So much more than a fashion forward salon they have interesting art exhibitions and a stellar shop packed with caps, jewelry, bags & more.
Artist made jewelry and housewares fill this husband and wife ran shop. Don't miss Erich's lighting or talking with Sally about her custom made rings.
Beto's family has a background in producing fine jewelry in Mexico and lucky for us he has translated that past into vending his own house line of affordable and lovely women's accessories.
Sometimes if you want something you have to make it yourself. And that is just what the founder did when she was looking for a non-alcoholic beverage to replace cocktails for pregnant women. The blood orange and cucumber are divine.
Lei Ann Shiramizu's hapa shop has tremendous goods for young and old and for the gift giver to clothes horse. This ID standout is perfect for finding a bright colored baby kimono or getting your hands on a classic piece of Saint James knitwear. Also she's a big supporter of locally made products so keep an eye out for Seattle based designers like Tarboo and Thea Starr.
Pretend you are a guest at the luxurious Four Seasons as you savor your hot chocolate or enjoy a chocolate dipped Calimyrna fig generously filled with dark chocolate ganache.
Free for all every day (except Mondays and holidays.) Interesting exhibitions of local and international artists across mediums are complimented by educational activities for all ages. Don't miss the moss ball, the conversation chairs or the newly transformed shop.
Interesting and affordable art, jewelry, vintage items and, oddly enough, wine fill this shop tucked behind an apartment building on the hill. Look for the wooden gate.
Love. This. Place. Beautiful things for babies to broads including books, baubles, shoes and frocks. Most pieces are previously owned but show only light wear.
While they vend decks, wheels and boards the gear selection is dope enough that non-skaters can find plenty to love too including hoodies, shoes and beanies. Their namesake line is impressive as well.
Looking for just the perfect handcrafted card, a beautiful piece of epherma or an outstanding piece of vintage jewelry? Stop by Curtis's jewel box of a shop and he'll hook you up.
Looking for a beautifully designed and thoughtfully crafted piece for your home or wardrobe? Visit Charlie at Object and you'll be glad you did!
Who doesn't want a beautifully tailored and durable garment or bag? Since I'm hearing silence all I can say is get to Tarboo for shirts, caps and packs stat!
Beautiful loop scarves designed and hand sewn (by the owner) on site are perfect to add a splash of color and texture to everyone's wardrobe.
Wonderful, whimsical shower art for every occasion as well other screened and printed cards, objects and t's fill this tiny shop below the Pike Place Market.