Apr 10, 2022

Fashion Field Trip: Snohomish Edition

For my latest fashion field trip, I joined Melody Todd of Honest Chatter on a journey 35 miles north of Seattle to a sweet little place called Snohomish. I don’t usually drive this far north to shop and I typically only visit Snohomish once a year when I’m headed to Craven Farms in search of the perfect pumpkin, but this time around, I’m on a mission to meet local shop owners and explore hidden-gem boutiques.

You’d be forgiven for thinking that Snohomish was little more than a sleepy small town sprinkled with antique shops and farms. Back in the day, antique hunters would visit Snohomish and spend hours scouring local shops for secret treasures. Yet over the past few years, Snohomish has blossomed to become an unforgettable destination for boutique wineries, lifestyle shops, and independent jewelry designers. Downtown Snohomish is even home to Lamb & Co., an adorable home decor shop owned by the twins from the HGTV hit series, Unsellable Houses.

We started our adventure at Maple & Moss, which has a great assortment of Pacific Northwest-inspired apparel, accessories, and quirky gifts. I really liked that the mix includes products for men and women and that they carry a full range of sizes. I got the “Champagne for Breakfast” sweatshirt.

Next, we visited Mimi’s Boutique, a country-style boutique that sells clothing, accessories, home decor, and furniture. I love neighborhood boutiques like these that carry a fun mix of everything you need and a few things that you don’t but should probably buy anyway in the spirit of helping to stimulate the local economy. We got an eco-friendly sloth dryer ball, some adorable earrings, and a “Boss Lady” silicone wine cup.

Located just across the street you’ll find Snohomish Pie Co. For those of you with a serious sweet tooth, this may be the ONLY reason you visit Snohomish this year, and that’s ok because it will have been well worth the visit. In addition to classic apple pie, the assortment features a variety of other delicious favorites including Chocolate Pecan, Marionberry, Peach Raspberry Crumb, and Cherry. If you’re looking for an over-the-top experience, check out one of their Pie Shakes, which is literally an entire slice of pie blended with creamy vanilla ice cream.
Next up, we visited Worthy. This boutique is a true treasure trove of goodness and the curation is excellent. The product mix includes a range of clothing, jewelry, home decor, accessories, gifts, and even lighting fixtures. They also have a small vintage section in the back brimming with concert tees, denim jackets, sweaters, and outerwear. I really liked exploring everything this store had to offer and found an amazing gift for mom in the form of a beautiful decoupage oyster shell that doubles as a trinket dish.

Edit was one of my favorite boutiques in Snohomish because it was unexpected and reminded me of the stores that I frequently shop in the city. The store itself is huge and perfectly merchandised with a curated mix of clothing and accessories for men and women. I also loved the beautiful assortment of home fragrances and furnishings. You can even find plant-based cleaning products from Seattle brand L'AVANT Collective at Edit, which was a nice surprise to discover.

If you love fashion, don’t miss Golden Shop in Snohomish. They sell fun, accessible, and easy-to-wear clothing for women. You’ll find everything from cute sundresses to cowboy boots, overalls, handbags, and hats.

Jewelry fans can’t miss Point No Point in Snohomish, Julie Stark Allen’s jewelry studio inspired by the neutral beauty of the Pacific Northwest. All of the jewelry is handcrafted in Snohomish and all diamonds are conflict-free and ethically sourced. The 14k Rose Gold Sapphire Triangle studs are stunning and everything in the assortment is beautifully unique and worth checking out. You can even commission custom pieces using available loose stones.

Located right on the main street you’ll find Malicious Women Co. A sassy, woman-owned company that sells ethically-made candles, apparel, jewelry, and gifts. At the shop, you can design your own candle or buy one off the shelf. I promise you, there’s a perfectly hilarious one for every occasion. All of their candles are made from 100% natural soy (grown in the U.S.) and use a paper core wick that is lead-free. The burn time for each candle is approx. 40-50 hours.

For those with a green thumb, and those without (like me), don’t miss Retreat Plant Co. They specialize in indoor plants, terrariums, and beautiful ceramics. The staff can help pick out the best plants for each environment and can also arm you with the necessary information to keep them alive. They also do great workshops and parties.

Speaking of plants, nestled in Snohomish you’ll also find Sprig Flower Co., offering a beautiful mix of flowers, gifts, beauty products, and home decor. We recently worked with Alyssa and her team for an event in Seattle and the flowers were absolutely stunning! They also offer local flower delivery in Snohomish County.

The final store we visited to cap off our fashion field trip was Lamb & Co. They have a sweet little stop filled with kitchen essentials, living room decor, and products featured on the show. You can learn more about the twins and their HGTV show here.

Snohomish Shop List

Edit - 1001 1st St, Snohomish, WA 98290

Golden Shop - 1800 Bickford Ave Suite 204, Snohomish, WA 98290

Lamb & Co (the sisters from Unsellable Houses on HGTV)

Malicious Women Co - 920 1st St, Snohomish, WA 98290

Maple & Moss - 104 Union Ave. Snohomish, WA 98290

Mimi's Boutique - 906 1st Street Snohomish, WA 98290

Point No Point - 923 1st St Suite B, Snohomish, WA 98290

Retreat Plant Company - 1118 1st St, Snohomish, WA 98290

Snohomish Pie Co - 915 1st St Ste C, Snohomish, WA 98290

Sprig Flower Co. - 1007 1st St, Snohomish, WA 98290

Worthy - 1200 1st St, Snohomish, WA 98290

Come Shop With Us

If want to experience an epic Snohomish Fashion Field Trip of your own, check out the Styled By Snohomish event on Saturday, May 21st. Tickets are on sale now! The event will feature brunch bites and a fashion show featuring local boutiques. 

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