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Women’s Retail Stores Edmonds WA

Local resource for women's department stores in Edmonds, WA. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to designer dresses, designer handbags, women's perfume, casual wear, women's lingerie, fur, jewelry, and accessories, as well as advice and content on plus size women's clothing.

Green Apple/Sheepskin & Alpaca Specialties
(253) 862-5929
3000 184th St SW space 946
Lynnwood, WA

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Natural Fiber Clothing
(206) 352-5914
610 West Crockett
Seattle, WA

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Alexandra's Designer Consignment Boutique
(206) 623-1214
412 Olive Way
Seattle, WA
Store Type
Womens Consignment

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Full Court Design
(206) 250-3011
4701 sw Admiral Way #352
Seattle, WA

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UKUSH
(206) 763-0454
1221 S. Orr St.
Seattle, WA

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Decent Exposures, Inc.
(800) 524-4949
12554 Lake City Way NE
Seattle, WA

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Natural Clothing Company
(877) 800-8878
PO Box 69
Snohomish, WA

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Le Frock
(206) 623-5339
317 East Pine Street
Seattle, WA
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Womens Consignment

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Certified jean co.
(206) 286-9685
8821 Renton Ave. S
Seattle, WA

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Running In Motion
(425) 774-0637
401 Main Street Running In Motion
Edmonds, WA
 
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Robyn Mathieson opens third store, in Newmarket

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Robyn Mathieson NewmarketRobyn Mathieson opened her third retail store, in Newmarket, Auckland, last Thursday to much fanfare. (Mathieson currently has stores in Ponsonby and Wellington and also is sold at 24 stockists nationwide.)
   The Newmarket store, located at 19b Osborne Street, was designed in collaboration with renowned Wellington architect Scott Gordon. Gordon’s designs for the store, which is a contemporary take on retro styling, use sleek modern lines injected with exposed concreted and pops of colours—a complement to Mathieson’s very own sleek and modern designs.
   The new shop is currently stocking Mathieson’s new spring–summer 2010–11 range entitled I’d Rather Be. It is a reminder of our bygone childhood memories in a grown-up world. With names of garments such as ‘I’d Rather Be … Doing the Loop Dee Loop’, and ‘… Left with the Icing Bowl’, the collection is a great way to bring those memories flooding back.
   The collection, as always, is strong on prints, vivid bright colours and wonderful textures. Floaty silk dresses mix with tailored jackets and knitted cardigans to give that unique Robyn Mathieson signature.
   Mathieson, who has been in the business for 20 years now, feels as ‘energized about the store opening and the direction of the Robyn Mathieson brand as when I first started.’—Sopheak Seng...

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