A Big Seattle Guide to Birthday Gifting

Over 100 local gifts for everyone on your list.

By Zoe Sayler and Brian Olson

The products listed here were independently selected by a member of the editorial staff. Should you choose to purchase a product through a link on this page, we may receive an affiliate commission.

Why are birthdays our favorite holidays? Because we celebrate them every day of the year—and they're a chance to show you care with a truly personal gift, be it a Kraken jersey or a one-of-a-kind necklace or a particularly cool pair of tennis shoes. If you're looking to do that and support a local business at the same time, you've come to the right place. 

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These products were chosen by our editorial staff from the Shops at Seattle Met, the city's first online marketplace bringing the best local businesses together in one place

Best of the Best

We've picked out a few of our favorite gifts for specific recipients you might be looking for, like recent grads and home chefs.



Living on your own for the first time's hard enough. Make one thing—namely, making a meal that didn't emerge from a microwave or an insulated DoorDash bag—a little easier. This appliance makes plenty of rice for leftovers or roommates, plus, a built-in steam tray concurrently cooks veggies and protein.

FOR THE Giftee WITH an Eye for Design

Seattle-based design studio Fruitsuper aims to make surprising and delightful versions of everyday items most people would never think to improve upon. These conversation-starting solid-brass coasters look great on a table, and help that table stay looking great, too.


Seattle's most celebrated chefs turn to Villa Jerada for its harissa, za'atar, and other pantry items. Home chefs will reach for this extensive and versatile set just as often, whether they're the type who'd love to experiment with new flavors in the kitchen or Moroccan cuisine is already their khobz and olive oil. 


Bright blue plastic and cartoon crabs, begone: Parents can maintain their cool factor while kids cool off thanks to these pools from longtime stylist Kris Myllenbeck, who designed the original Mylle pool after a fruitless search for a wading option befitting of her Seattle townhouse. (Word to the wise: They're also great for cocktail sipping on hot summer days.)


Seattle-based Akala wraps sustainability into everything it does, from the buttons that finish its clothing—made with ethically sourced mother of pearl from a no-waste supplier—to the built-in flexibility of a wrap jumpsuit, built to fit its wearer at various sizes. It's rare to find a thoroughly ethical piece at a price like this. Get it while it's on sale. 


Signed by Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp and featuring work by Seattle-based artist Keegan Hall (yes, those are illustrations, not photos), this framed and matted duo of 5x7 prints can't bring the Sonics back—but it's basically the next best thing.


The giftee who's always telling you you're "such a Virgo" has likely moved beyond Astrology 101. Get them something that'll feel special and new no matter how much information they've absorbed: A 480-page guidebook pairs with a 60-card oracle set for a beautiful display and useful reference.

For the Sweetest Coworker

Buying gifts for coworkers can be tricky: You want to celebrate them on their birthday, but you don't want them to feel pressured to return the favor on yours. Proximity means you probably know whether they've got a sweet tooth, and a chocolate bar makes the perfect low-stakes gift. Reviewers call Spinnaker the best dark chocolate they've ever had.

FOR the High-Fashion Executive

Sarah Alexandra McKinney's mother, designer Renee Bassetti, set out to perfect the classic button-down in 1989. Sarah Alexandra's luxury, ready-to-wear line of impeccably constructed pieces, available in a few fits and a huge variety of fabrics, is McKinney's modern response.

For the Audacious Sneakerhead

If they're a fan of daring footwear, they'll love this unique design from Seattle-based Guillermo Bravo, inspired by the imagined trends of 40 years from now and equipped with a removable, Italian leather shroud for versatile styling. You might even introduce them to a future favorite.

Show Your PNW Pride

Whether you're sending a gift from Seattle with love, celebrating a true-blue local, or looking for a souvenir for a visiting relative.

Low-contrast white embroidery on a light, vintage-washed cotton cap makes a subtle statement.

Like the updated version of those souvenir glasses you find in Seattle vintage shops, this pair of understated hand-etched rocks glasses makes a great gift on its own—but pairs especially well with Heritage whiskey or Rainier gin.

Whether you gift it as a sweet standalone or use it to smartly (and sustainably!) package another gift, this organic cotton tote from Capitol Hill boutique Freeman brings a subtle dose of Seattle pride to any present. We especially like gifting it as a local-approved souvenir for visiting out-of-towners.

Yes, merch from Ballard Football Club was made with actual soccer fans in mind—but we’re claiming it as an ode to the neighborhood itself. Anyone who loves Ballard will appreciate its well-deserved spot in this lineup of global cities.

From the heather gray color to the loose and comfy crewneck fit to the classic block lettering, this Seattle sweatshirt has all the makings of a wardrobe staple.

This beanie's minimalist design, featuring the logo of sustainability-minded Seattle brand Arvin Goods, makes it less the domain of starry-eyed tourists and more the proud local's everyday go-to.

Gifts $25 and Under

Supporting local doesn't mean blowing your budget.

Chooka rain boots look so fashionable it feels like a miracle—and that's even before you've seen the impressively affordable price. Pretty, allover mauve and a side buckle elevate this pair beyond gardening or puddle-stomping (but waterproof rubber and a cushioned insole ensure they're great for those activities, too).

Two gold hoops are better than one. This lightweight pair of linked rings offers Goldilocks-approved dimensions—not too big, not too small—and the look of dangle earrings with the stay-there practicality of studs.

Available in a few different options to suit various aesthetics and dedication levels—from a 1,000-piece nautical buoy design to 500 pieces of camping gear—these pretty puzzles are a gifting no-brainer.

Consumables are a tried-and-true go-to for gifting on a budget, and they work great for anyone whose style you're unfamiliar with. Even if candy isn't their thing—which, surely, these dark chocolate–coated, Jacobsen sea salt–sprinkled caramels will be— they can always be repurposed for entertaining. Gift a set of three, nine, or 15 to stay under the $25 threshold.

Stationery, but not stagnant: For note-takers, doodlers, and people obsessed with notebooks (we exist!) there's no gift more satisfying than this fashionably minimalist Rollbahn spiral, complete with gridline paper and elastic fasteners to prevent folded pages. 

With Seattle's penchant for coffee, sustainability, and supporting local, what could be a more appropriate gift than reusable portable drinkware from Wallingford-based Miir? This BPA-free insulated tumbler stands out in a peachy powder pink, but it's also available in classic black

It's no myth: Jellycat's super-soft and floppy plush toys, like this baby-friendly pink unicorn, were made for cuddling.

For the fashionable giftee with their head in the clouds, a sustainable and Seattle-designed hair clip to match.

When in doubt, bring a bottle of local wine. This refreshing white's fruity and floral notes make it an especially great gift in warmer weather.

This isn't the type of card set that emerges from the drawer just for parties: Created in collaboration with iconic design studio Eames Office and packaged in a letterpress-printed box, it's as fun to play with as it is to display. 

Everything Antica Farmacista smells like luxury—the Beverly Hills Hotel and the Four Seasons both trust the Seattle-based fragrance brand for their signature scents. Your giftee will, too. After Hours carries notes of blackberry, cocoa, and amber; if that's not their thing, the portable rollerball comes in summery, zesty, and botanical scents, too.

As if soft, beachy, rose-scented hair weren't enough, this plant-based spray from French Girl also strengthens and conditions hair thanks to aloe vera and vitamin B5.

Gifting a plain T-shirt might seem a bit basic—but think of how often you wear your favorite tee. Which Proto101's comfy and sustainable oversize v-neck, available in seven colors to suit any giftee, is sure to become. Plus, it's a steal at its sub-$20 sale price.

Gifts for Her

Clothing from world-renowned designers, the best natural beauty products, ethically made, one-of-a-kind jewelry, and more.

Lip tints were some of French Girl's first products when it launched over a decade ago, and they're still part of the internationally beloved line of organic bath and beauty products thanks to their sheer, buildable color and intense moisturizing properties. This set works great for everyday looks.

Jetsetters—actual or aspirational—ought to look the part. Luly Yang's weekender bag stands out in a crowd of identical luggage without sacrificing elegance, thanks to an understated navy canvas outer with matching leather trim, a detachable shoulder strap that evokes airplane seatbelts, and dimensions that globetrotters can bring anywhere.

This oversize suede jacket makes a big impression: Designed by local favorite Luly Yang to combine the best of a nylon puffer coat and a leather-and-shearling biker jacket, it's a truly unique pick for fashionable giftees of any gender.

For the friend who's always losing their keys, a pretty two-inch brass keychain emblazoned with your pick of "feminist" or "boss."

Less is often more, as this simple, single-pearl necklace so elegantly proves. The heirloom version in particular offers some symbolism of its own: With the right care, that solid gold chain will keep its luster forever. 

Easily dressed up for special occasions or down for casual summer days, Transcend's locally designed shift dress is all about the details, from sweet embroidered daisies to petal sleeves to a scalloped hem.

Personalized jewelry, like this dainty floral necklace featuring up to three petite initials, is an easy way to make your giftee feel seen. (Include theirs and yours for a bit of romance, if you prefer.)

We could all use a spritz of optimism. This perfume from Seattle-based fragrance brand Antica Farmacista combines floral scents with citrus, botanicals, and dew for a refreshing scent that feels like a spring morning.

Each gem symbolizes something: Aquamarine represents good health and hope; dark pink tourmaline, emotional healing. Available individually or as sets of two, these tiny, solid-gold earrings come with meaning built in.

For a sophisticated student or work-from-coffee-shop regular, this handsomely distressed leather laptop case looks more polished than the usual nylon fare and provides job training and other resources for vulnerable workers in Port au Prince, Haiti.

Minimalists with no fear of bold colors will appreciate Moop's simple, highly water resistant tote in bright blue canvas.

Sskein founder Elisa Yip says that alpaca wool is the next big thing in sustainable luxury fabric—the new cashmere, if you will. It's what makes this bouclé sweater, reversible to show less or more skin down the neckline, a gift that's simultaneously fashionable and luxuriously cozy.

Made with 24-karat plated brass by a women-led ethical jewelry brand in Kenya, this wavy band walks the line between wow-factor and wear-all-the-time.

Seattle jewelry designer Francesca Lacagnina has been making ethically sourced fine jewelry since 2008 after an illustrious 20-year stint as an artist and photographer; her background in other visual arts shines through her pieces’ focus on natural textures, which makes even opulent pearl earrings feel informal enough for everyday wear.

Loungers love cozy pajamas, and a matching set feels like a satisfyingly complete gift. This 100-percent cotton pair from Madison Valley–based Salua offers a vintage-inspired look and a light, flowy wear that makes even long-sleeves and pants feel summer-ready. 

These flower-power earrings' one-inch diameter makes for a bold statement with an outfit or in a gift box, but brushed brass tones them down perfectly for everyday wear. 

Any giftee whose TikTok For You Page is dominated by interior design will appreciate this on-trend set of bubbly, earth-tone candles.

Working from home just got cozier—and more sustainable—thanks to these Staheekum berber slippers, complete with memory foam sole and a lining made from recycled plastic water bottles. They're perfect for wearing on quick walks to the mailbox, too.

Show your giftee you're proud of them—and don't want them getting their feet wet in puddles. 

Quantity doesn’t really matter when it comes to presents—but try to tell us that a matching, baroque pearl jewelry set doesn’t feel extra special. 

Help your giftee prepare for warmer days with these standout velvet sandals, inspired by the shape of Japanese geta sandals.

Designer Luly Yang more than dabbles in jewelry: This two-finger Swarovski snake bite ring—available in a size 7—isn't for the faint of heart, but it's a showstopper.

Public Habit puts sustainability at the heart of everything it does, and because each piece is made to order to prevent excess manufacturing waste, you'll have to plan ahead to gift one of their cozy cashmere pieces. But don't think of this subtly patterned hoodie as ordinary loungewear: High-quality knit fabric means it's superbly comfortable, and dressy enough to layer with a work look or pair with a silk midi skirt. 

Sensually sheer, breezy but supportive for up to an E cup, this underwire bra from sustainable luxury brand Else is a lingerie gift that manages to be both sexy and casual. 

Jewelry gifts aren't just the realm of the glitzy and glamorous: This simple sterling silver and gold-plated chain with teardrop-shaped links makes an ideal special-occasion gift for those with understated tastes.

We love beanies as a go-to gift, but for our more stylish friends, we turn instead to berets. This super high-quality cashmere version brings both beanie warmth and Francophile fashion in spades.

Accented by genuine amethyst mined by the artist who made the piece, this five-inch concrete planter appeals equally to people interested in the spiritual meaning of gemstones and those who just like a little glamour in their life.

Who prints pictures nowadays? You do: Pick a cute picture (of you and your giftee, of your giftee's dog, of their grandkid who happens to be your child, etc.) to a print shop (Walgreens counts) and display it in one of Bezel and Kiln's beautiful signed and handcrafted mosaic frames. There's a color scheme for every taste.

Beloved local artist Twyla Dill features hand-crocheted lace in all her distinct designs; in this one-of-a-kind necklace she adds teardrop-shaped ocean jasper for a truly unique, nature-inspired gift.

We absolutely condone a true-blue spa day—but there’s something about a self-care gift that keeps on giving, like 10 ounces of rose-scented exfoliating scrub from Seattle-based French Girl.

Feller makes coats in the fun, bold designs associated with rainwear, upgraded for the modern woman. A variety of fabrics ensures you'll find one perfect for your giftee. Seattle weather ensures it'll get plenty of use.

Fanny packs make a trendy and useful gift, especially for busy moms who need secure, hands-free carrying power (without the loss of style points that usually comes with). This one rocks a zip top, water-resistant canvas, and Moop's cute logo patch.

This heavier weight beanie from Seattle-based knitwear brand Sskein, available in a full spectrum of brights and neutrals, will quickly become a cold-weather staple.

Those looking for a seriously special big-ticket item should turn to Seattle-based Turgeon Raine's lineup of fine jewelry. This necklace stands out for its gorgeous fireball pearls, each one unique.

Vintage pieces don't have to look old-fashioned—this brightly colored marble vase could easily be found in a fashionable modern boutique. Instead, it has the added appeal of being one-of-a-kind.

"For the woman who reminds you of a fresh spring day," this fragrance bundle combines a diffuser in orange blossom, lilac, and jasmine; a candle in daphne flower; and a 10-ml rollerball of Sun-Kissed perfume accented by notes of honeysuckle and jasmine.

Find us a better gift to light the candles and relax to than a bubble bath in the signature scent of the hotel synonymous with luxury. We'll wait.

Gifts for Him

From the practical to the just because.

For a simple gift that shines on any wrist, this comfy cuff comes in five sizes and three metals—solid brass, solid stainless steel, and durable PVD coating in vapor black.

Move beyond backyard grilling with Roccbox's portable, high-temp, restaurant-grade pizza oven—perfect for adventurous chefs or those who already count pies among their repertoire.

Made from gold-plated, recycled sterling silver in the Welsh countryside, this heavyweight chain brings a glint of style to any outfit.

For the sleepiest one at the campsite—or someone who you know would get a kick out of wearing a sleeping bag around the house—this versatile, reversible napsack makes bedtime warmth portable.

Neutral but not boring, these earthy sneakers look equally great paired with a super-casual sweatsuit or nice, office-ready jeans.

Upgrade their carry-on with this duffel from Portland-based Tanner Goods. Two exterior pockets and four interior pockets aid organization, while straps adjust to allow expansion and contraction depending on how many things they've got in their pack. Great for frequent souvenir-purchasers.

Every Beatles superfan deserves the joy of placing this on their coffee table. Divided into two volumes, this 900-page set covers 154 complete Paul McCartney songs, dozens of stories about his life, and hundreds of previously unseen pieces from his personal archive.

Fedoras have returned to their rightful place as stylish staples: This one's handmade in the United States from 100-percent merino wool and elevates PNW style from outdoorsy-casual to adventurer-chic.

Handmade one at a time—in the PNW woods, no less—this rustic set would look perfect in a ski cabin (though it's great for anyone with an aesthetic influenced by lumberjacks, too).

Pacific Place shop Proto101 focuses on making athleisure basics their best, most sustainable selves. This pair of sweats stands out in its own right thanks to distinctive piping down the leg and a flattering jogger fit.

Ah, the Seattle man’s one true love: Rainier Beer. Well, this hat technically celebrates the Tacoma Rainiers baseball team, but that’s neither here nor there. For a partner who’d be more romanced by a six-pack of beer than a bottle of bubbly, we think this hat and some Vitamin R would make a swoon-worthy pair.

Portland-based Tanner Goods built this lightweight leather belt with everyday wear—and artisan-level durability—in mind.

We like to think of sunglasses as something akin to jewelry gifts for people who wouldn't be thrilled about a ring or necklace. Pair with tickets to someplace warm and sunny for maximum effect.

Hand-welded from thick metal in Twisp, Washington, this high-quality fire pit looks great in a smaller backyard—but it's also portable enough to get loaded into a car for a weekend camping trip.

This unique, candle-inspired lamp from Seattle-based design and architecture studio Graypants is a quick way to bring style and intrigue into a space. Plus, it's super-portable, and ready to light up any room on a whim. 

Give the gift of coziness—and memory sole footbeds—with Staheekum's classic, wool-lined suede slippers.

This wood-fired outdoor oven was made with serious chefs in mind—it's professional grade, and does just about everything, from grilling to baking. But even beginners with a simple passion for hanging out outside will find it easy and fun to use.

We know special memories have been made at Discovery Park. If they're yours, this sweet sunset image in a 13.5-by-13.5-inch frame would make an especially thoughtful gift. 

Every kitchen should be equipped with a Dutch oven—and Le Creuset's a high-quality classic they might not be willing or able to splurge on for themselves. We especially like this gift for people moving into their first apartment or buying their first home.

When your goal is to wow a giftee, it’s tempting to forget that some of the best things come in small packages. Intricate rocket-shaped cufflinks, inspired by fashion icon Elton John’s famous song, bring a twinkle of celestial magic to any occasion.

The ideal gift for craft-cocktail-and-camping enthusiasts—aka just about every Seattle man ever? This insulated lowball from Seattle drinkware brand Miir elevates park drinking to imbibing in the great outdoors.

Where does the magic happen? Crescent Down Works’ SoDo factory. What is the magic, exactly? A down-filled take on the timeless bomber jacket (also available in blacknavy, and olive) that looks so good you forget it’s built for performance, too.

Prep your giftee for summertime barbecuing—and surreptitiously hint you'd like to be invited—with this set from chef-favorite Wusthof.

With local, sustainable sourcing and clever combos—like coffee and cacao nibs—you can't go wrong showing up to a party with Salt Blade salami. This pack of three features the company's most fascinating flavors, including the aforementioned Seattle Stick, orange and coriander, and porcini and sage.

This one's got a pretty specific audience, we'll admit. But the fly fisherman in your life will appreciate a platinum and gold tie pin more than any fancy watch or pair of cufflinks.

Like the stylish, grown-up version of a letterman's jacket, this bomber from Seattle designer Luly Yang pairs blue suede with leather sleeves for a look that's simultaneously sporty and smart.

Whether they were there themselves or just wish they'd been alive at the time, this faux-tux staff shirt from the Grateful Dead's 1983 summer tour makes an awesome, show-everyone gift for dedicated Deadheads.

Available in three earthy colors and with room for four cards and some folded bills, this compact leather wallet from Portland-based Woolly Made carries the day—and just enough of your giftee's necessities.

Bring. Them. Back. Or at least get their T-shirt. This vintage Sonics tee from the 1979 championship (they won, of course) best fits a size medium. 

Complement a midcentury modern design style with this six-bottle, leather and wrought iron wine holder, an exemplar of the era designed by Arthur Umanoff for Shaver Howard.

With a casual cotton construction and a standout corduroy collar, the Surfari jacket will become a grab-and-go favorite for transitional months—and it's under $100.

Whiskey enthusiasts understand that decanters draw out more nuance from their favorite tipple. Aesthetes understand that glass plays beautifully with the amber-colored liquid. If you're feeling particularly generous, pair it with a nice bottle of local whiskey

Simply Seattle says their Sonics gear outsells all other Seattle teams. If you know a loyal fan who appreciates flashy gear, this satin jacket reps the Seattle skyline and the city's forever favorite NBA team. 

Gifts for Kids

Toys, tomes, and thoughtful somethings.

The type of big-ticket toy grandparents love to surprise kids (and parents) with, this set of ramps provides little ones with an opportunity for super-active and imaginative play—and beautiful honey wood looks good in any home, even if the play room happens to be the living room.

It's never too soon for PNW kids to get to know their chirping, feathery, winged neighbors, endemic or not. From herring gulls to doves, turn the page and press the button to hear calls and songs. Then hit your favorite Seattle park or shoreline to do some bird watching. 


As a birthday gift or party activity, this kit is a sure-fire hit. It challenges spacial skills and the aesthetic eye as kids paint wooden 3D puzzle pieces and then put them together in a foresty frame. Lion, tiger, and mountain-themed options are also available.

Superhero parents know the importance of having a place for everything—especially when it's time to clean up after a day of protecting the Emerald City. This themed, musical jewelry box lets kids store magic bracelets, rings, masks, and more for easy access, should the need arise.

Little ones release some energy while they learn their colors with these configurable tubes that can be used to create daisy chains to long snakelike shapes. Creative minds get a workout, too, improving coordination and helping with sensory development. 

Every kid needs Beatrix Potter's stories and illustrations on their bookshelf, and birthdays provide a great excuse for adding one (or all). Little ones might only have eyes for flashier toys during the party, but this one will feel extra special come wind-down time. 

Sensory stickers keep little hands moving and eyes working as kids select from 100 pieces of puffy, glittery, and shaker stickers to decorate school folders or create their own little worlds on the fridge.

They don't make dollhouses like they used to—they make them energy efficient. This formidable wooden structure, complete with furniture as well as sustainable bonuses like solar cells and recycling bins, gives kids a head start on thinking about their environmental impact.

Dazzle little eyes with this set of two gravity-fed timers that flip back and forth to let colored liquid flow downward as colorful shapes spin. They're a great way to calm and de-stress.

Musical toys might be a lot of stimulus for the birthday kid—and everyone in the room—but they'll have so much fun pulling their bear friend around to his xylophone chime that the naptime payoff is too great to resist. The bear plays different notes when pulled left or right to promote lateral movement.

Seattle kids don't get to see these in the wild too often, so a bright and friendly rainbow version of the swamp creature makes for a welcome break from PNW fauna. The wooden pull-toy gator makes a click-clack sound as it advances on its prey—uh, friend. 

Musically minded kids will love honking these kazoos to the prompts on the included cards—and it'll help them hone their ear, too.

Little engineers will love building motorized robotic animals and following along with the accompanying 32-page book about the adventures of Remus, a robotic teddy bear who takes kids on an imaginative safari and prompts future builds. Already have Remus? Here are loads of similar toys from Kids First

A big hit at first birthdays on up to toddling twos, this toy attaches to strollers, car seats, or baby carriers where little ones can explore shapes, colors, and sounds for fun and cognitive development.

Get future hockey stars their first legit jersey. 

High-demand toy, de-stresser, and creative outlet in one, any birthday kid age three and up will enjoy snapping apart this fidget toy to make their own creations—or just zoning out on how long the colorful toys spin. 

You'll be surprised by how large—and fashionable—this cat stuffy is, while little ones will love the opportunity to wear a beanie that matches their new best friend's. 

Indoor games make great birthday presents, especially during a particularly rainy day. This one has kids assemble their choice of three puzzles; they win by finishing before the rain forest downpour.

When we think of a classic gift for kids, we think of sweet-scented baby dolls like this one—she sits up by herself, smells like vanilla, and comes in a fancy dress perfect for a birthday party.

Clothing gifts aren't always kids' favorites—except, of course, when they're frog-themed. This Western Chief set includes boots, a rain coat, and an umbrella.

With plenty of time and coffee-table space, this 144-piece jigsaw puzzle promises loads of aquatic fun. 

Appropriate for kids of all ages (and a huge hit with dino-obsessives), this plush prehistoric friend feels especially cozy to snuggle with thanks to velvety soft "fur" and a comforting weighted body. 

Does the little one in your life love running their own restaurant? Give them the brick-and-mortar to match. Made by Amish artisans from sustainable birch and maple, parents will like how this one looks, too.

Gift Cards

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Let your giftee take their pick of Western Chief's high-quality rubber rain boots—or sneakers, or sandals, or slippers—for the whole family. 

Sarah Alexandra's super high-quality button-up shirts make an incredible gift for women interested in timeless style. Gift them their choice of the Seattle brand's full lineup of cuts, fabrics, and sizes.

Staheekum carries camp-ready shoes of all varieties, from cozy suede slippers to trail-ready rain boots—and the company plants a tree for each pair sold. 

A trip to Bootyland Kids makes a perfect gift card for expecting parents, or anyone with kids who favors products that are organic and sustainable.

There's something for everyone at this Pioneer Square gift store, from effortlessly chic clothing to unique children's toys to a curated selection of home goods. 

Local sports fans turn to Simply Seattle for exclusive Sonics gear, Kraken jerseys, and a great lineup of team swag from the city's lesser-known teams, like Ballard FC. 

For affordable womenswear that walks the line between trendy and timeless, this Rollick gift card offers serious bang for your buck. 

Fashionable Seattleites still have to deal with rainy weather. That's where Chooka's line of streetwear-inspired women's footwear comes in. 

Washington-born ceramic artist Meredith Chernick makes each of Fern Street Pottery's unique pieces by hand in Indianola. 

Antica Farmacista creates luxurious home fragrances, perfumes, bath products, and more. 

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