Fashion and Events

Wear What When: July 3–9

Shopping alfresco in SoDo, natural perfume making in Chophouse Row, and Patagonia celebrates 30 years.

By Nicole Erickson July 3, 2017

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SoDo Flea Market means Saturday shopping alfresco. 

Mon, July 3 & Tue, July 4
Hammer and Awl Fourth of July Sale
Nautical neckerchiefs, waxed canvas briefcases, and brimmed summer hats. This Madrona shop has you covered, and through July 4, get 20 percent off everything storewide. Use code FOURTH20 for the discount online, or you know, go shopping IRL.

Sat, July 8
Create Your Own Natural Perfume
Can't find the perfect scent? This workshop at Chophouse Row will teach you everything you need to know to make your own! With 25 essential oils to choose from, the possibilities are endless. Plus, you'll get to take your creation home with you in a perfume bottle! You'll really impress your friends next time they ask you what scent you're wearing.

Sat, July 8
SoDo Flea Market
Strolling through the SoDo Flea Market is the perfect way to spend a sunny Saturday in Seattle. This weeks market will be one of the biggest yet, with vendors including local brands like DK Renewal, Fremont Vintage Mall, Goose Creek Mercantile, and more. With over 50 vendors and food trucks, there's plenty of options to choose from. 

Save the Day: July 13
Patagonia Seattle's 30th Anniversary Party
Celebrate Patagonia's anniversary with a huge celebration! The event will feature drinks from Seattle Cider Company, Two beers Brewing Company, and Bluewater Distilling. Plus, Hotcakes is one of the caterers! The evening will feature a live DJ, plenty of swag bags, and even a surprise musical performance. The event will also be selling artwork by Stacey Rozich, and all proceeds will go to support a local organization, Save Our Wild Salmon. Scoring swag bags and saving wild salmon all in one night!

This article was updated on July 6, 2017 to accurately reflect participating vendors at SoDo Flea Market; Filson, Pacific Galleries, and First Pick Designs are presenting partners not regular vendors.



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