You don't have to be green not to want to waste green. So why recycle something if you can get it repaired, resized or refreshed. These are my go to tailors, reweavers and cobblers in Seattle.
This downtown shop has friendly service and mad skills in the reweaving department. They did stellar work on a treasured vintage frock and a high end Italian suit. Not cheap but decidedly worth the investment to keep the threads in the wearable rotation.
Find a pair of shoes you love but that are just a bit too snug? Take them to Ramuta's and they will stretch 'em to fit just right.
Just off the main drag in Fremont I dropped into Dave's for advice and ended up with a free repair. That of course prompted me to return as a paying customer and I'm glad I did.
Love. This. Place. Look for the wonderful neon shoe on Wallingford's main drag to guide you into the best shoe and bag repair in town. The place has been passed down through the generations and it shows in the thoughtful service they provide, even advising me not to spend money on repairs that they don't think will pay off in the long run. Of course I didn't listen and they were right!
Tiny but mighty Pioneer Square alterations shop with courteous service, good prices and great quality work.
Got gear in need of alteration or repair? Bring it here and rest assured you will get what you pay for.
This QA charmer is packed with vintage jewelry from kitch to pedigreed. There is something for everyone and Rosie is happy to help them find it. Buy, sell, consign, repair,appraise and custom design--she does it all.
Good quality dry cleaning and small clothing repairs at fair prices make this lower QA cleaner a go to in the hood.
Friendly and knowledgeable service paired with great reweaving and cleaning services for modern and vintage rugs and upholstery make this a go to when you are freshening up your home decor.
A bit spendy but worth every penny for your finer acquisitions that need that nip or tuck. Expect excellent customer service and workmanship at this Galer street storefront.