Lover's Package

A Very Good and Very Seattle Valentine's Day Guide

Upgrade your Netflix and chill plans with cooking classes, cozy getaways, and a Robyn dance party.

02/04/2019 By Seattle Met Staff

Good Buys for Best Friends

A Shop Talk Galentine's Day Gift Guide

For the poetic, noble land-mermaids in your life.

01/29/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When January 28–February 3

Closing out the month: Eco Collective hosts the ultimate clothing swap and Kick It Boutique preps for Valentine's Day.

01/28/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Go Green

9 Seattle Plant Shops to Create an Indoor Jungle

From air plants to those inescapable monstera leaves, houseplant fever isn't going anywhere. Here's where to stock up.

01/24/2019 By Seattle Met Staff

Sales & Events

Wear What When January 21–27

This week: Kari Gran hosts a lifestyle workshop, Swift Industries holds its yearly garage sale, and Stock and Pantry introduces us to local artist Jennifer A...

01/21/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When January 14–20

This week: Workshops focus on wellness, Pipe and Row serves up some vintage goods, and Filson shows you how to perfect your leather.

01/14/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Plant People

Glasswing Just Opened a Lush Greenhouse on Capitol Hill. And It's Beautiful.

Hello, we have this thing for plant lovers: The doors are open and this time, it’s all things green.

01/10/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When January 7–13

This week: An Instagram pro wants to teach you her wise ways and The Dress Theory is ready to host its 2019 brides.

01/07/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

A Fresh Start

2019 Sartorial Predictions from Style-Minded Seattleites

More style "risk-taking," more "bold fashion choices." But, "Less GoreTex. Less Crocs. Less workout nostalgia."

01/03/2019 By Rosin Saez

Rest In Peace

Blake Nordstrom, Co-President of the Namesake Retail Giant, Has Passed Away

He died in the early morning on Wednesday, January 2. He was 58 years old.

01/02/2019 By Rosin Saez

Year in Review

The Style Moments of 2018

"A mesh of stylistic ideologies are inevitable when new people are forced to coexist together and what we found beautiful was an openness to explore more pro...

12/31/2018 By Rosin Saez

Sales & Events

Wear What When December 31–January 6

It's sale season! A new year cometh! And plenty of parties to go to this week...

12/31/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

2018 Look Back

What's In or Out: Seattle Style Insiders Talk About 2018 "Trends"

"A sustained redefinition of beauty that has altered the fashion industry."

12/28/2018 By Rosin Saez

2018 Look Back

The Year in Seattle Style

Bright vibes for spring, textures in fall, natural dyes all year round—what were our favorite style moments in 2018? Let us count down the ways...

12/26/2018 By Rosin Saez With Seattle Met Staff

Style File

Jeanette Svensk Li Is a Fashion Phenom

The Cute Like Mad designer won this year's Bellevue Collection Independent Designer Runway Show. So who exactly is this style champion from Mercer Island?

12/20/2018 By Rosin Saez

Sales & Events

Wear What When December 24–30

If all that Christmas cash is burning a hole in your pocket, this week's roundup of events will help.

12/20/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

'Tis the Season

Holiday Gift Guide 2018

Don't panic. There's still time. And we've rounded up a few ideas for the food lovers, bibliophiles, and self-care aficionados in your life.

12/19/2018 By Rosin Saez With Elizabeth Podlesnik

Winter Wear

Locally Made Snow Gear for Your Next Adventure

Northwest companies lead the industry in creative ways to ride the snow and protect us from the elements.

12/18/2018 By Allison Williams

Elements of Style

7 Items to Help You Bundle Up for Winter

Colder temps don’t have to mean zipping yourself into a glorified sleeping bag with sleeves.

12/18/2018 By Rosin Saez

Holiday Gift Guide 2018

Give the Gift of Eating: 5 Things for Food Lovers

Give them a fish, they'll eat for a day; give them a Pacific Northwest–made cast-iron pan, they'll eat as long as they keep up that patina.

12/17/2018 By Rosin Saez With Elizabeth Podlesnik