Fashion + Style Friday: Pop-up clothing sale at Clementine and Capitol Hill’s sugary new shop

Braided appeal: A sweet headband for spring

As you might expect, our resident stylist Hope Misterek (who styles fashion features for Seattle Bride magazine, as well as pitching at Seattle) has pretty enviable wardrobe. Lucky for us, she’s cleaning in house and will sell off her designer duds at Clementine in West Seattle over the next two weeks. Starting today, rummage through over 200 pieces from the likes of Vivienne Tam and Marc Jacobs. Prices run from $20-$200.

Hope also lent her style eye this week to local fashionzine On This Day in Fashion, recapping New York Fashion Week shows. Get caught up on the latest fall fashions from Halston, Tibi, Alice + Olive and more.

Maybe it’s because they’re surrounded by some of the coolest shops in the city, but usually it takes a pretty unique shop for Hillsters to get up in arms. Sweet little SugarPill Apothecary has been open for a grand total of 8 days, and already the myriad of Yelp reviews, comments and tweets are insanely positive, glowing reports on the selection of fleck salts and spices, chocolate bitters, soaps and cards. I think it goes without saying, but it passed the Capitol Hill cool test with flying colors, so a trip to the apothecary seems to be order.

I retired my last headband in the 7th grade, but after spotting these sweet and chic headbands on Olivine by Prize, I’m reconsidering the retirement plan. Hey, Brett Favre can un-retire approximately nine times, I’m using the same philosophy to bring back the band. Join me, won’t you?