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Christine
Austin (Texas)

Seattle

Shopping in Seattle?

I like to pick out something from each city I visit to remind me of my trip! Looking for clothes, jewelry, art, etc. unique to Seattle versus department stores I can find at home. What are the best areas and streets in Seattle for shopping?


4 Answers

top answer by
Georgia from Minneapolis

My favorite shopping area is the Ballard Neighborhood. Just to name a few favorites in the area:

Lucca Great Finds– quirky finds like interesting papers, room fragrances, some jewelry, etc. I’m sure you can find something interesting there. Horseshoe which has some adorable dresses, some shoes and things for the home. This place is one of my favorites. Ketch is pretty cute as well. Trouvaille LLC which is a great consignment shop is here—one of my favorite places. Classic consignment is there, too but I don’t think it’s as good as Trouvaille. For drinks and meals afterwards try La Isla Seattle which has great Puerto Rican food and drinks. Momo is my favorite store in Seattle. There’s always something really quirky and unique here. It’s mostly clothing but they have a great variety of gifts, jewelry and some other random things and all beautifully displayed. sandylew and pirkko are also great places to look for really one-of-a-kind things. Don’t miss the Georgetown trailer park mall! It’s part traveling circus part flea market part food truck festival part hippie commune and I’m sure you can find something special there. I believe it’s only open on Saturdays.



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Ballard Neighborhood (neighborhood)
  2. Lucca Great Finds (attraction)
  3. Horseshoe (attraction)
  4. Ketch (attraction)
  5. Trouvaille LLC (attraction)
  6. La Isla Seattle (restaurant)
  7. Momo (attraction)
  8. sandylew (attraction)
  9. pirkko (attraction)
  10. Georgetown (neighborhood)
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answered by
Alissa from Queen Anne

Baby & Company if you are looking for beautiful higher-end pieces. Bonus! It's 2 blocks from Pike Place Market and across the street from the always- lovely Le Pichet. Also, Essenza Inc for a unique assortment of fine fragrance, bath, and jewelry. In fact, essenza is in close proximity to several womens clothing boutiques like Show Pony 


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  1. Baby & Company (attraction)
  2. Pike Place Market (attraction)
  3. Le Pichet (restaurant)
  4. Essenza Inc (attraction)
  5. Show Pony (attraction)
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answered by
Jenn from Boston

There are some unique shops in Ballard Neighborhood and Fremont Neighborhood in particular. Good Luck!


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  1. Ballard Neighborhood (neighborhood)
  2. Fremont Neighborhood (neighborhood)
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answered first by
Diane from Clifton, Texas

Pike Place Market is a MUST for touristy shopping


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  1. Pike Place Market (attraction)
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