good clothes odd service. The second I walked into this boutique..who I assumed to be the the owner, asked in a unfriendly manor "have you been here before" before I could anwser no, she asked "where did you hear about us" and without waiting to hear an answer, walked away. It was hands down a very unpersonable and odd entrance...needless to say my shopping experience was over. Still took a look at the clothing which I will admit she has good taste...However I would never give her my money and would never go back. Good luck!
Don't waste your time...Just head to Nordstroms.
The storefront is very inviting but once inside you realize there's nothing unique about this place. Everything they have, Nordstrom's carries. Rock and Republic jeans, Diane Von Furstenberg dresses, Ella Moss, Diesel, Alice + Olivia, just to name a few. What makes Nordstrom's better is their return policy (Ericce has a three day return policy on non sale items), and a much broader assortment. I
I've been here on several occasions to try and cash a gift certificate that I received for my birthday, and have yet to find something I'm crazy about. I finally just gave up and settled on a $50 t-shirt that I could have gotten at Old Navy for one tenth of the price.Yes, I realize it is Michael Stars, but I would have much rather had a soft cozy cashmere sweater or a pair of wide legged jeans that I've spotted in several fashion magazines but they don't have either of these trends. In fact, they don't carry a single sweater and it's the middle October!
I tried to get the remainder of the gift certificate back into cash, but as I was told, "...not even Nordstrom would cash it." Well, I don't think I would have a problem spending a gift certificate at Nordstrom.
More Current than any other local boutique and very personable staff..
Seattle may be more advanced with technology and lattes, but the city seems to be at the end of the chain when it comes to fashion. Everytime I go into a boutique I can expect to see the same styles as what New York boutiques carried last year. However, I recently discovered a little boutique that proved me wrong.
Stepping into Ericce for the first time brought back feelings of the "oohs and ahhhs" of being a little kid in The Sweet Factory (though let's admit some of us are still kids at heart when it involves sweets). They carry several of the hottest designer fashions as seen on the streets of New York and the hottest clubs in LA such as William Rast (Justin Timberlake's brand--very hot!), True Religion, Baily 44 (a new favorite of mine), Ella Moss, and many more. On top of the fact they are obviously doing their fashion research, they have amazing sales! I bought a pair of Union Jeans (a marriage of comfort and style!) for $75 that are still selling for $195 at other stores. Lastly, they go above an beyond expectations when it comes to customer service. They call you before sales, if they don't have your size they will special order it, and when you're there you don't feel obligated to buy something. If you're looking to replace that standard pair of Sevens you've worn out, buy them at Nordstrom. If you're looking for the newest and hottest styles of jeans, Ericce is the "sweet" spot!
Ericce. Overpriced clothing for fools. $175 for jeans that look like a bunch of cats attacked them? I am surprised the store has lasted as long as it has, but Seattle seems to be full of fools with more money than brains. Must be the Starbucks coffee.
Good sales. I walked by here and popped in only to be told there was a sale. I walked away with some great finds. Very cute and trendy clothes.
Owned by two stylish mamas who love to shop, this destination boutique offers city fashionistas a reason to visit Eastlake..
A glamorous surprise north of downtown, Ericce Seattle's sophisticated and effortlessly trendy collections may just prove to be ahead of this neighborhood's retail curve. Offering women and men fashionable clothing and accessories for work and play, this chic boutique showcases an impressive selection of popular designers such as Michael Stars, Trina Turk, Robert Rodriguez, Hugo Boss and Dane von Furstenberg featuring her signature, timeless wrap dresses. Local designers are featured also.