|How cool is their sign?!|
(photo courtesy of Wish)
When I first saw the sign, I had to go in. The windows displayed cute outfits that were just my style. I had an hour to kill before catching my bus to go to the dentist and I spent it in Wish boutique. Wish is a cute little shop located at 4419 Wallingford Ave N. in Seattle. I immediately fell in love with the decor, the clothes, the jewelry, and most of all the hats and I knew that I had to share it with everyone I could. My camera was away for repairs that day, but I talked to the owner and told her that I'm a blogger and that I would love to come back and take some pictures. I really wanted to share her shop on my blog. She was such a nice lady and said that would be great. I tried on some jeans (unsuccessfully but I have such a hard time finding jeans. I bought an adorable hat that fits my style perfectly. I was looking at the jewelry and the owner told me that it is handmade by local artists. That's when I told her that I actually make jewelry and gave her my business card so she could look at it. I told her I would bring in some of the newer stuff for her to look at on my next day off. She was very friendly and we talked for quite a while. Before I knew it, I had just about killed the hour and had to go catch my bus, but not before purchasing a cute robot ring.
On Tuesday I had my wisdom teeth taken out. Which meant another trip to the dentist. Which meant another trip to Wish with another hour to kill before catching my bus. I came prepared this time, with my newly repaired camera and a bag of all of my jewelry, both new and old. I took pictures of the shop while the owner looked at my jewelry. It was good that I brought it all with me, because for some reason there was a fluke and she wasn't able to look at my Etsy shop without creating an account, so she hadn't seen it yet. Imagine my excitement when she said that she would keep four of my necklaces there on consignment! My biggest goal for my jewelry business was to have some of my jewelry for sale in an actual shop and not just online and she helped me achieve it :) I had a permanent smile on my face after that. It lasted until my surgery because I had to open wide so they could use the sharp things in my mouth to cut my wisdom teeth out. I was really happy and had to share the news with everyone I know. I also had to share this lovely shop. If any of you live in Seattle or are planning to visit Seattle, it would be a great place to visit. And did I mention the amazing prices?! We all know that I love a good deal. My hat and my robot ring were each less than $20, and they weren't even on sale. They were both really well made too. The robot ring is really cool, because it's made from the nice kind of metal that doesn't make your skin change colors, but it's also adjustable! Many of the rings at Wish are adjustable, which I really appreciate.
And now for the part you've really been waiting for: the pictures! All of these photos were taken by me at Wish on Tuesday.
|Who doesn't need a new scarf or two for Fall?!|
|Look at the lovely decor!|
|These two dresses are on display in the window, and look at all those fedoras : )|
|I love every single part of this outfit.|
|This is the perfect outfit for Fall.|
|Bird necklaces always hold a special place in my heart, and I love the detail on these two.|
|So many wonderful hats! The one on top in the center is like the one I bought.|
|Cute elephant and camera necklaces.|
|I adore the displays and the decor, and obviously the jewelry too.|
|How cute is this bicycle jewelry? I can hear all of you Seattle people drooling.|
|I love this dress! I also love the lace topped one behind the leather jackets.|