Belltown's Hidden Boutique

Sell Your Sole Consignment Boutique boasts impressively well-named garments and shoes.
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Prada, Jimmy Choo and Vivienne Westwood are bunking behind Cherry Street Coffee House in Belltown. Tucked into a hidden suite off First Avenue, Natalia Biner’s new Sell Your Sole Consignment Boutique boasts impressively well-named garments and shoes, often sporting original tags. Biner has organized her russet- and lime-colored space by garment type, with colorful dresses from the likes of Kate Spade opposite edgy Vince jeans and plaid Alexander McQueen skirts. Prices vary depending on how “well loved” a piece is, the designer or where it was made. (“Almost anything made in Italy, I instantly snap up,” Biner says.) But $100 designer dresses abound, with more unique pieces topping $400. Turn your gaze upward to the second-floor shoe loft, where a floor-to-ceiling mirror and a couch may encourage you to try on knee-high Coach boots or colorful Missoni striped heels, an endeavor that’s satisfying for both soul and soles.

Belltown, 2121 First Ave., Suite 101; 206.443.2616; sellyoursoleconsignment.com

 

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