shop local: featuring, sassafras!

welcome to sassafras! 
located in the heart of belltown, sassafras is both a store and design studio.
many of the clothing pieces, jewelry and other accessories
are made on site;
additional local art and clothing are brought in
and featured throughout the shop! 
i am incredibly grateful to have been given a tour of the store 
(and downstairs design studios!)
by the adorable owner, amy.
amy is incredibly knowledgeable – 
she is familiar with each of the designers, 
the details and mission behind their styles, 
and fashion in general.
with amy as a resource, you cannot go wrong shopping at sassafras!
^^^ i think that PNW pillow needs to come home with me; 
this gorgeous, vintage-inspired couch is located in the dressing room ^^^
^^^ jewelry and handbags, galore! i would love to own 
one of the aztec clutches or geometric (adequately named ‘e-ometry’) shaped earrings ^^^
^^^ oh the clothes! look at all those gorgeous fabrics and prints ^^^
one of my favorite things about shopping at sassafras 
is the creative way in which the accessories and jewelry are displayed.
^^^ the art pictured above currently decorates the upstairs store.
a local designer is chosen each month to share their work! ^^^
for more information about sassafras, the designers, or their mission, 
visit their website here.
amy, thank you again for the wonderful tour, 
and i cannot wait to come back!
a few designers currently in store include:
lady konnyaku of ‘other people’s polyester’ (exclusive japanese street fashion)
jeri warlick (handcrafted bronze jewelry)
erica miller of ‘e-ometry’ (jewelry maker and metalsmith)
boho republic (bohemian, vintage-inspired fashion)
postscript (modern clothing and felted garments) 
inna peck of ‘the sour hour’ (handmade jewelry)
jeni falldine of ‘parallel jewelry’ (handmade jewelry)
shari noble of la macon (designer of leather clothing, handbags and accessories)

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  1. Megan, thank you for coming in to Sassafras! Don't forget- Sassafras is home to the studios of Other Peoples Polyester (Lady Konnyaku 2007-2014) and is the exclusive brick-and-mortar retailer of OPPclothing. I invite you to join me down in my studio space sometime. Cheers! Malia

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