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The Seattle metro area has shopping options to please any taste

A double-decker bus passes in front of Pacific Place, one of Seattle’s premier shopping, dining and entertainment destinations
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With the huge range of shopping options available in the Seattle metropolitan area, you’re sure to find something for everyone in every price range.

Fashion lover? Cross the floating bridge to Bellevue and explore Bellevue Square and The Bravern for clothing from some of the world’s best known designers. Browse the large Neiman Marcus store, try on some Jimmy Choos, and pack everything home in your new Louis Vuitton! These are just some of the internationally renowned designers who have set up retail stores in Bellevue. In addition to fashions, there are five restaurants, a gym, and an Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa. The Bravern also offers a premium concierge service to assist you with restaurant or hotel reservations, tours, complimentary airline web check-in, personal shopper recommendations and appoints, among other services.

Looking for a great deal? Head north to the Seattle Premium Outlets in Tulalip, just a 30 minute drive north of downtown Seattle. With 110 outlet stores, you’ll find all of your favorite brands at fantastic prices. There are specialty stores for designer fashions and sportswear, children, shoes, fine leather and luggage, accessories and jewelry, house wares and home furnishings, food, and gifts and specialty items. Seattle Premium Outlets is the best destination for all-around shopping in the area and attracts a wide variety of international tourists. Foreign currency exchange and international shipping are available, as well as tours in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese language.

Looking for one of a kind clothes or vintage accessories? Head to the local boutiques in Seattle’s quirky Capitol Hill, Fremont or Ballard neighborhoods, or in historic Pioneer Square.

If you’re in need of great souvenirs and gifts to remind you of your travels, don’t miss Seattle’s famous Pike Place Market, Westlake Center and all the unusual shops on the waterfront. There are also neighborhood farmer’s markets throughout the city, especially in summer, where local artists and designers showcase their work.