Shopping is a personal experience and the Pacific Northwest offers a wide range of them. Seattle’s diverse neighborhoods offer virtually every type of shopping imaginable, from outdoor gear to trendy threads.
If you’re a fashionista
The latest looks at the multi-leveled Nordstrom flagship store, the always on-trend finds at Macy’s Clothing Brand, to-die-for jewelry and watches at Tiffany & Co. and countless other favorite shops.
If you’re a boutique freak
The hippest shoes, fashion-forward clothing and must-have home décor at small, indie shops all along Ballard Avenue NW.
If you’re an art lover
Astonishingly gorgeous glass works at Canlis Glass Gallery & Studio and Seattle Glassblowing Studio & Gallery, plus other artsy shops and galleries.
If you’re a foodie
Uwajimaya’s row upon row of exotic Asian groceries, which you’d be hard pressed to find anywhere else, as well as dishes, cookware and other incredible gift items.
If you’re a bargain hunter
Brand-name finds at cut-rate prices at a trio of outlet malls surrounding the city: Centralia Outlets, Seattle Premium Outlets and North Bend Premium Outlets.
If you’re a souvenir collector
Locally made jewelry, pottery, candles and more at the market and mementos such as t-shirts, coffee, jams and artisan chocolates at Made in Washington, Exclusively Washington and Pier 55 Shirt Company. Also, check out nearby store locations of Simply Seattle and Seattle Shirt Co.
Below is a random sampling of our shopping and fashion partners. To search all of our shopping and fashion partners, please visit our virtual Visitors Guide to Seattle.