Whether you're a fitness fanatic passionate about running or someone who's been ordered to get some exercise, Sound Sports will be able to provide you with the assistance and equipment you require. The staff will be able to help you find the perfect pair of shoes, and with the amount of attention you are given, finding the right fit is inevitable. Not only are the shoes comfortable, but also designed to prevent injuries. You will also find some great accessories and apparel here.
Since its establishment in 1971, Bed Bath & Beyond has founded numerous stores, delighting the people of America and Canada with their products. Right from accessories for your bedroom and kitchen to your bathroom needs are available here. Stock up your kitchen with gadgets like coffee-maker, toaster, microwave, kettle, blender and food processor that will make your cooking an easy task. Spruce up your bathroom with pretty faucets, comfortable towels, medicine cabinets and other accessories.
The Swedish brand H&M (Hennez & Mauritz AB) is a rave amongst fashion-lovers across the globe for their garment collection. This store in Seattle offers stylish clothing for men, women and children. Be it a casual outfit or a formal one, you will find an ensemble that will suit your tastes. They have a cute range of clothing for kids too. If you have any complaints with a product purchased from here, they are willing to give you a refund or exchange it.
Since its establishment in 1920, Eddie Bauer has remained a trusted name amongst adventure lovers. With outlets across the country, this store in Seattle is nestled on the second floor of Pacific Place shopping center. Eddie Bauer offers comfort clothing and accessories for men, women and children, to enable you to pursue your activity at ease. Shoes, sweatshirts, jackets, sweaters, tracksuits, backpacks, tents, sleeping bags, flashlights, gloves, hats and much more are available here.
The Chocolate Box is a delightful shop that features all things chocolate! The Chocolate box is well known for featuring a nice selection of items from local chocolatiers. Whether you want a chocolate candy bar, a chocolate pastry or a chocolate truffle, you'll find a terrific selection at this shop and cafe. If you get thirsty try one of their drinks, their hot chocolate is to die for!
Pitaya is a chic boutique in the heart of the University District. The store is large and the inventory is small and limited. Limited to a number of fashionable pieces: simple coats, dresses, tee shirts, and other wardrobe staples. Everything is reasonably priced, and in fact you'll find some of the same merchandise as in high end department stores for a few dollars cheaper. The merchandise at Pitaya is all on the trendy end, fairly inexpensive, but of pretty high quality: you won't see loose threads or missing buttons on any of the items. One drawback at Pitaya is the store's unenthusiastic staff that seems to find the consumers to be an annoyance. Katie Kinney
Lucky Vintage is a tiny shop filled with very select, very high quality vintage merchandise. Despite the size of the shop, the selection here is all 100% vintage pieces, not reproductions or a few vintage items mixed in with ironic, hipster tee shirts. This is probably your best bet in Seattle for top notch women's vintage: brightly colored, circle-skirted sundresses, swing coats, and pencil skirts galore. One bit of advice, though, is that while visiting Lucky, try to focus on the merchandise and ignore the women working there, because they are seriously snooty and holier-than-thou. True vintage lovers will find Lucky definitely worth the trip, and putting up with the bad attitudes of the help. - Katie Kinney
Crossroads Clothing Exchange, a store that buys and sells used clothing, moved from its Capital Hill location to a much larger space in the University District in late 2008. The store is essentially the same, but the new location is much easier to peruse-essential for a used clothing store. Gone are the too-tightly crammed overhead racks, now replaced by shoulder-level straight and circular racks categorizing items by size, color, and type of garment. The store's wares are very current, gently used merchandise from clothing labels favored by students of the nearby University of Washington: Abercrombie & Fitch, Joe's Jeans, Juicy Couture, and many more. The prices are a bit steep for secondhand merchandise, but worth it if you'd rather not root endlessly through unorganized piles of clothes or cramped racks. - Katie Kinney
The University District Farmers Market is Seattle's largest and oldest farmers' market. More than 50 farmers from all over Washington, come here to sell their produce. Browse through stocks of various seasonal fruits, vegetables, eggs, cheeses, honey, meats, wines and so on. You can also pick up baked goods and condiments. Most of the produce sold here is organic. They also have live music and organize various demonstrations for the kids.
Since 1988, this haven for video addicts has kept its catalog of mainstream, independent, cult, rare, out-of-print and all other videos up to date. With more than 45,000 titles in stock, Scarecrow has far and away the best selection in Seattle, and if your obscure tastes call for that one DVD the shop doesn't have, the knowledgeable staff will find it. Films are sorted by director and by country downstairs, by genre upstairs.
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