Owner Hilary Bailey Burnett has years of experience at other vintage clothing shops in the city and feels menswear is an adaptable style of clothing for all genders, which means the shop attracts both male and female customers who love the array of items available. The shop houses meticulously curated garments and accessories from the 60's, 70's and 80's which are presented in an attractive layout that shows off complementary jackets, shoes and other items to maximum effect.
Items include vintage sports jackets and denim and cashmere scarves as well as shoes, ties, bags and many other accessories. Burnett prides herself on carefully selecting quality items that have been made well and to last and which are also evocative of bygone, and arguably more stylish, eras. The owner also offers a styling advice service to customers to ensure that any vintage pieces of clothing they purchase will integrate into their current wardrobe, and an additional attention to detail is the in-house tailoring that is offered to get that perfect fit.
Happy customers are regularly posted to the store's Instagram page to show the range of eclectic styles that can be achieved by just a few key pieces that are selected to create a certain look, and that won't date due to their enduring, classy quality. Since opening last year H.Bailey has continued to grow in popularity and is definitely worth a look, not least for the opportunity to buy clothes that offer both affordable luxury and style.
So, if you are visiting this region of Seattle don't forget to take a look at this amazing vintage clothing shop and learn about the fascinating history of the Pioneer Square District. This part of Seattle has had a colourful and creative past, and retains the flavour of it's artistic and alternative history epitomised by shops such as H. Bailey.
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