Time to whip out your preferred datebook method—an old-fashioned calendar, email notification alerts or ink written on the back of your hand (just me on that one?) —and mark down these stylish stops in the coming weeks:
Big News: West Seattle favorite Fleurt has moved to a larger location in the Junction. Since opening in 2010, the tiny little florist shop has been a great spot to pick up fresh florals, grab a girlfriend gift or gawk at the wide array of potted succulents. But now that they have gone from 200 to 1,000 square feet of space (pictured above), owner Samantha Crowley promises even more great gift options (snag fun jewelry, like Crowley’s own terrarium necklaces, available for just $10), a dedicated bar to craft your own terrariums and a production area to host DIY classes on floral arrangements. Get over that bridge and offer Crowley a big congrats!
Thursday, April 26th
Gents: If you are headed out on the town Thursday night, stop by downtown boutique Butch Blum first from 5-7 p.m. for a complimentary hot towel neck shave from Capelli’s barber and a quick re-style courtesy of the BB team. Naturally, myriad Mac and Jack brews will be on hand to sip while you are getting a refresh (take it from us, be sure to try their African Ale). Call and RSVP today to reserve your spot.
Thursday, April 26th
West Elm fans, Thursday is the night to stock up on home décor at the South Lake Union outpost; the 26th is customer appreciation night and the mod new addition will be offering 10% off all goods from 6-9 p.m..
Friday, May 11
Fine, this is still a few weeks out, but you can bet I’ve already blacked out the date: Local designer Tina Witherspoon, the genius behind fashion line glam.spoon, will hold a killer trunk sale at the Frock Shop in Phinney Ridge on Friday, May 11 from 6-9 p.m. Crafted from recycled fabric, we’re digging Witherspoon’s new “Saturday Market Dress” which will be available at the show.
Terrarium necklace photo courtesy of Hayley Young; glam.spoon photo courtesy of Tina Witherspoon/glam.spoon