Shop Small Seattle: Clothing, Accessories & Jewelry

Shop Small Seattle

Happy November, everyone! As the holidays draw nearer and Black Friday sales kick off, it's now more important than ever to support our local businesses. This year has been one full of uncertainty and hardship, especially for our local artisans, creators, shopkeepers, and stockists. Lately I've been seeing the hashtag "Shop Small Seattle" surface on social media with amazing lists and roundups of local businesses, so I thought I'd throw out some of my own local biz picks in the hopes that they won't be forgotten and left out. 

It's impossible to put together an exhaustive list of local merchants because our city has so many diverse and talented business owners and makers. In order to include as many as possible, however, I am going to create separate blog posts for different business categories.

Today, I'm kicking off with the first small business category: Clothing, Accessory, and Jewelry stores located or based in the Seattle area! 

I hope to continue adding to this list over the next several weeks, so keep an eye out for new additions and let me know in the comments below which businesses you think I should include.

If you have the financial means to shop for gifts this holiday season, consider foregoing the big corporate companies like Amazon and Nordstrom this year and instead support one of our many small businesses instead. Every purchase helps keep our vibrant local economy alive. Who knows, you might even discover your new favorite shopping spot!

Clothing, Accessories & Jewelry Small Businesses

Know before you go: If you are planning to visit a local shop in person, double check the business's information online before you do. Hours, occupancy limits, and other COVID-related restrictions (such as making sure to bring a face mask) may make it necessary to make certain arrangements ahead of time. Some businesses may request you make appointments to shop, often in 30min increments, and most of the businesses on this list provide alternative pickup option such as curbside pickup. 

Times are weird and everyone is just trying to do their best, so be kind and courteous and do your research ahead of time!

Happy shopping.


Featuring handmade, fashion-forward jewelry. 


Instagram: @hellobaleen

Location: 6418 20th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107

From the website: "We started Baleen in 2013 because we saw something missing. Quality jewelry that is handmade in the United States that is also affordable and fashion-forward. Baleen is all of those things as well as a combination of our passions and talents. Leah's background is in apparel design and styling - she loves clothing and accessories and is extremely aesthetically focused. Billy, who is also very aesthetically focused, is a trained Graphic Designer and Jeweler and loves making physical, functional objects with his hands."

Woman in gold necklacae and green hoop earrings

Small gold hoop earrings


Pipe & Row

Local stockist of women's clothing, jewelry, accessories, shoes, and home goods.


Instagram: @pipeandrow

Location: 611 N 35th St., Seattle, WA 98103

From the website: "Not your average staple. PIPE AND ROW is a Seattle-based store front and online shop located in the heart of Seattle's Fremont district. P&R offers a diverse stock of effortless, inspirational and wearable pieces that are sure to become your new favorite staple. Curated with a selection of local artist, international designers and everything in between—P&R celebrates and empowers individual style."

Model in long dress and long plaid coat

Model in blue jeans and pink sweatshirt from Pipe & Row
Woman in forest green rain coat and white trousers

TAH Bags

Featuring high-quality leather bags and accessories.


Instagram: @tah_life


Sway & Cake
1429 12th Avenue Suite D, Seattle, Washington, 98122

Willa Seattle
1622 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

Les Amis
3420 Evanston Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

From the website: "TAH, was created to bridge the gap between luxury craftsmanship and thoughtful functionality. Established in Portland, Oregon in 2015, the idea began to form during founder Angelina Marie’s many walks to work in retail. During her 17-year career as a buyer and store manager for a Seattle based retailer, Marie frequently trekked to work in sneakers while lugging multiple bags containing her dressier work shoes, a laptop, and the multitude of necessities women require. Marie knew there had to be a better way and developed TAH’s first prototype, a bag specifically designed for shoes that seamlessly inserted into her work tote. At that moment, TAH, or ‘tote a heel’ was born."

Woman holding black envelope clutch bag from TAH bags

Woman holding cream circle bag from TAH bags

Supply Chain

Featuring original, hand-crafted jewelry and accessories from female artists and makers.


Instagram: @supplychainseattle

Location: 3830 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116

From the website: "Supply Chain is passionate about discovering and featuring a wide range of woman artists that represent the best in jewelry and accessory design & style. We believe jewelry is wearable art with a story and we are committed to understanding the inspiration, production process, techniques and materials of each piece we carry. Supply Chain is honored and proud to represent the following women artists in our gallery."

Handcrafted gold earrings from Supply Chain Seattle

Interlocking gold hoop earrings from Supply Chain Seattle


Local fashion botique featuring women's clothing, accessories, shoes, and jewelry.


Instagram: @clementines_seattle

Location: 10 Occidental Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98104

Woman wearing black and red long dress

Woman in emerald green sweater and black and white checked skirt

Cat tote bag


Emry Boutique

Seattle-owned boutique featuring women's clothing & gifts.


Instagram: @shop.emry 

Location: 3131 East Madison Street Suite #101, Seattle, Washington 98112 


Mandi sweatshirt in antique from Emry Boutique Seattle

Not Monday Mercantile

Featuring high-quality women's wardrobe staples and comfy, luxurious cashmere knitwear.


Instagram: @notmondaymercantile

Location: 1622 Queen Anne Avenue N., Seattle, WA 98109

Willa Seattle
1622 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

From the website: "Designed by women, for women. Our goal is to create the luxurious wardrobe staples you want to wear over and over again. Refined, elegant knitwear that gives you that Sunday morning feeling, every day of the week."

Woman wearing Mila Cashmere Crewneck Sweater from Not Monday

Woman wearing Marlowe Cashmere Cardigan from Not Monday Mercantile


Featuring curated vintage clothing items, accessories, and home goods.


Instagram: @blaksands

Location: Online & pop-up 

From the website: "blaksands is a curated vintage shop with a focus on sustainable fabrics and re-worked/upcycled pieces. Owner Michelle Moore brings her love of slow-fashion to her brand with relaxed and fun vintage pieces, colorful custom tie-dye, as well as a small selection of curated sustainable women-owned brands."

Woman wearing vintage pink cable knit sweater

Woman wearing vintage green cotton trench coat

Rachel Brooks Fine Jewelry

Featuring wedding, engagement, and fashion jewelry designed by Rachel Brooks.


Instagram: @rachelbrooksjewelry

Location: Online

From the website: "Rachel Brooks offers an alternative to traditional jewelry stores by creating jewelry that is trendy & timeless – a combination that isn’t always easy to achieve. Our chic collections include wedding bands, fashion jewelry and an array of custom engagement rings. Rachel Brooks’ jewelry is hand crafted from the finest materials that mother earth can offer-using gold, gemstones and conflict free diamonds she creates jewelry that is not only beautiful but sentimental."

Pear-shaped engagement ring in pink velvet box

Yellow citrine ring in pink velvet box designed by Rachel Brooks


 Featuring men's and women's clothing, home, and apothecary goods.


Instagram: @septembertheshop

Location: 5410 22nd Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107

From the website: "Over the years, the shop has grown and become even more true to the vision we had from the very beginning. My first priority in owning a small business was to make sure that everyone who comes through our doors feels welcome. I wanted to make sure that our shop would be the place our customers could find the perfect outfit for any occasion, a special gift for a friend, and something to make their home more complete. We focus on brands and makers whose values align with our own. Carrying products that have been made sustainably, by companies who give back to organizations that are doing GOOD things in the world, are the products we choose to curate our shop with. 

I named the shop September because it has always been my favorite month. I’m originally from Upstate NY and this time of year has a very similar feeling whether you’re in New York or Seattle and the familiarity of that feeling is very comforting to me. September marks the point where summer is coming to a close, and Fall is just starting. The change in seasons means you still have days to wear cute warm-weather outfits, but you also have the opportunity to sprinkle in a cozy sweater here and there. September is the month that we first opened our doors, and therefore it will always hold a special place in our hearts."

Rendezvous Mule in Tan from September

Fatima Turtleneck Sweater in Caramel Chenille

Lace & Pearls Jewelry

Features handmade women's jewelry designed by local blogger Asa Herrman of Lace & Pearls.


Instagram: @laceandpearlsjewelry

Location: Online

From the website: "There are a lot of jewelry designers out there, but not many who marry both the minimal and feminine aesthetic. This is what makes Lace & Pearls Jewelry unique! No matter whether you're wearing a t-shirt and jeans or dressed for a special occasion, my pieces will complement both."

Woman wearing U-Shaped Acetate Starburst earring

Woman wearing Anna pearl necklace and chunky handmade earrings



Featuring women's clothing & accessories. 


Instagram: @shoprollick

Location: Online

From the website: "We pick out clothes and accessories that effortlessly fit right into the crazy busy life you lead, because let’s be real...the days of scrolling online stores for hours are long behind us. Our style is comfortable, casual, and yet lets you feel like a boss babe so you can tackle the board room, the airport, or the after-school pickup line."

Local Seattle sweatshirts laid out on a white background

Model wearing a cream colored knit loungewear shorts set


A local stockist of men's & women's clothing, home, and lifestyle goods.


Instagram: @prismseattle

Location: 5208 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107

Model wearing a pink ruffled and cropped blouse from Prism Seattle

Woman holding flowers and wearing an orange sports bra from Girlfriend Collective 


Featuring men's, women's, and unisex clothing, accessories, and shoes.


Instagram: @glasswingshop


1525 Melrose Ave 
Seattle, WA 98122

From the website: "Glasswing is a Seattle design shop, specializing in clothing, plants, and home goods. Our first location, 1525 Melrose Avenue, sits at the center of a small but impactful marketplace including a farm to table restaurant, artisan butcher shop, and a natural wine bar. We wanted to create a retail space that appropriately represents Seattle, while also providing an engaging environment to be introduced to new products and the designers creating them."


Woman wearing a tobacco orange turtleneck sweater

Model wearing a sleeveless black jumpsuit

Sway & Cake

Features women's clothing & accessories, home goods, and gifts.


Instagram: @swayandcake

Location: 1124 E Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98122

From the website: "Sway and Cake was founded in 2002 by established fashion stylist Tamara Kilburn. With her first boutique located in downtown Seattle, Sway and Cake quickly became a style, trend, and accessory destination in Seattle and online. 

We are now located in the heart of Capitol Hill, Seattle, in the historic Chophouse Row building. The shop is a personal and modern approach to the traditional retail experience. With Style and Quality in mind we feature fun fresh edits and a mix of new emerging designers and classic quality brands. We have a curated and lively approach to selecting all of our fashion, gift, and lifestyle products."

Model in a white turtleneck knit sweater from Sway & Cake Seattle

Model wearing the Deni Knit Coatigan in Quartz

Woman wearing Nicki Sherpa Trucker Jacket in Camel

Model wearing Sway and Cake Margaux Jumpsuit Vanilla Cheetah

Fleurt Collective

Features women's clothing & accessories as well as home goods, paper goods, and plants.


Instagram: @fleurtseattle

Location: 4536 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116

Light brown lounge set from Fleurt Collective

Mia rust-colored quilted jacket from Fleurt Collective Seattle

Silver & Salt Co.

Featuring custom, locally crafted jewelry.


Instagram: @silverandsaltco

Location: 1517 First Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101

From the website: "Silver + Salt is a creative labor of love by Christine Heidel. A photographer and a lover of all things hand-made, Christine spends her day chasing light and forging metal.

Simple and classic, Silver + Salt is jewelry that you can wear everyday. Our jewelry is hand-crafted in Seattle, WA using sterling silver, gold, and semi-precious stones. We use recycled metals and conflict-free, ethically sourced gemstones.

When you purchase from Silver + Salt, you are supporting a small business with a deep commitment to the local community and the shop small movement. Thank you for supporting makers and artists!"


Model wearing multiple rings and silver bracelet from Silver and Salt Seattle

Stack of Mini Herkimer Diamond Stacking Ring in Gold Vermeil

Model wearing silver Giant Gemstone Cuff Bracelet and ring in London Blue Topaz


Les Amis

Featuring fine clothing & accessories.


Instagram: @lesamisseattle

Location: 3420 Evanston Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

From the website: "Nestled within the wisteria and cherry trees in Fremont, Les Amis is a cozy and inviting boutique offering a curated selection of global designer clothing and jewelry. Since 1996 we have been truly blessed to have the support of an amazing community and consider our clients friends. We hope that you can stop by and have a unique shopping experience and discover something beautiful."

Woman with short curly hair wearing the Evam Eva Turtleneck

Woman wearing a long brown wool coat

Closeup of a gold and opal necklace around a woman's neck

Botton Studio

Featuring leather wallets, bags, and accessories hand crafted in Seattle.


Instagram: @_bottonstudio

Location: Online, pop-up

From the website: "Botton Studio is a leather design studio in Seattle founded in 2017. Our creative process is a lot about minimizing excess in design to create efficient and innovative forms, resulting in leather goods that have a simple cut-and-fold aesthetic with subtle emphasis on lines and curves.

Made of leather sourced from premiere US vegetable tanneries, each piece is cut and sewn by hand with meticulous attention to detail and will burnish with wear into an elegant patina. Most importantly, we are committed to designing products that can encompass all gender, culture, and age groups. Botton's leather goods will blend into everyone’s unique lifestyle and help people be efficient everyday."

Handmade vegan leather pouch in nude

Black and white picture of woman wearing a black leather belt from Botton Studio

Britta Ambauen

Local, handmade fashion jewelry by Seattle designer Britta Ambauen.


Instagram: @britta.ambauen

Location: Online

From the website: "With a background in women’s outdoor leadership and a lifelong pursuit of the arts, company founder Britta Ambauen was inspired to create a jewelry line that connected the wearer with her intentions of cultivating a fulfilling life. Founded in 2009, her eponymous jewelry line has grown organically over the years with a continued deepening of the founding vision. As the line grows and the vision expands, we seek to reach even greater audiences with our inspired messages of personal growth, presence, and challenging oneself to face moments of opportunity with an attitude of courage."

Gold circle chain necklace by Britta Ambauen

Gold hoop and white gemstone dangly earrings

Sunstone ring by Seattle jewelry designer Britta Ambauen


Don't see your favorite local business? Tell me in the comments!


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