Best Bets for Spring Shopping in Seattle

Head to these shops for stylish clothes, accessories, home decor and more.

This month, shop for fresh new styles and locally made goods that will put a spring in your step. From Moorea Seal's delightful designs for women to Division Road's rugged men's apparel, the Emerald City offers something for every shopper. Here are some of the best Seattle boutiques for apparel, shoes, home decor and accessories.


Up your shoe game this spring at stylish women’s shoes and apparel boutique Clementines. Shop for fun, colorful styles by Kat Maconie, or opt for a more demure pastel, perforated pair of Rollie Nation Oxfords. The Pioneer Square shop is known for celebrating craftsmanship and showcasing new designers and artists. 310 Occidental Ave. S, 206.935.9400

Retrofit Home

A Capitol Hill staple, this urban, edgy department store stocks an eclectic collection of stylish, fun and modern home decor and furniture, as well as art, jewelry, toys and other gift items. It’s the perfect place to upgrade your home after spring cleaning. Pick up a couple of planters or bud vases to show off the season’s blooms. 1103 E. Pike St., 206.568.4663



Feminists will love this female-owned shop, which offers a delightful selection of small-production, independently made clothing, jewelry, accessories and paper goods. The locally beloved boutique places an emphasis on Pacific Northwest-designed and sustainably produced goods. 145 S. King St., 206.788.0330

Division Road

Quality is key at this luxury heritage menswear boutique, a self-described “post-modern industrial haberdashery” that combines refinement with grit. Shop enduring footwear, apparel and accessories from North American, Western European and Japanese manufacturers, including exclusive pieces from Pacific Northwest brands like Crescent Down Works, Dehen 1920 and Viberg. 536 First Ave. S, 206.755.0215



For authentic Seattle style, head to Sassafras, whose Belltown retail shop also houses design studios of local lines like Parallel Jewelry, La Macón by Shari Noble and Katy Flynn Seattle, meaning bags, T-shirts, jewelry and more are created on-site. Women can find a variety of handmade, high-quality clothes by Pacific Northwest designers. Get the perfect fit, thanks to in-store alterations. 2307 First Ave., 206.420.7057


Breathe new life into your home with this shop’s petite treasures—they’re the perfect size for toting back home with you. Glassybaby’s beautiful glass vessels—tea-light votives and drinking glasses—are locally and sustainably hand-blown in brilliant hues. What’s more, 10 percent of every piece is donated to the company’s White Light Fund, which aims to help people, animals and the planet heal—to date, Glassybaby has donated more than $6 million. There are multiple locations, but visit the Madrona outpost to see the “hot shop” where the Glassybabies are created. 3406 E. Union St., 206.518.9071

Moorea Seal

Moorea Seal

Designer and Pinterest phenomenon Moorea Seal translated her massive online following into a popular eponymous boutique in Belltown that has been featured in publications from People to InStyle. Drop by to browse the curated selection of clothing, shoes, gifts and accessories, including pieces from Seal’s own line of jewelry and Seattle-made minimalistic, affordable Baleen jewelry. Seven percent of the store’s proceeds benefit nonprofits in categories like children’s needs and protecting the planet. 2523 Third Ave., 206.728.2523


One of Seattle’s premier fashion boutiques, this bright, airy store in Capitol Hill houses a chic collection of men’s and women’s apparel, as well as home objects, all beautifully designed and thoughtfully curated. Find high-end, high-style clothing, shoes and art from designers with an independent sense of beauty (think Rick Owen, Rachel Comey, A.P.C. and more). Totokaelo’s such a favorite among shoppers that it recently opened an additional location in New York City. 1523 10th Ave., 844.868.6523