Bluegrass Roots

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The Emerald Palate: Bluegrass Fashion Inspiration


This street performer embodies bluegrass from his music to his clothes. His look is polished with eclectic accessories. The feather in his hat and green emerald ring really stood out, giving his outfit subtle points of interest.

Spotted: Pike Place Market

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Veteran Vintage

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Seattle Fashion: Veteran's Vintage Suit

The Emerald Closet: Vintage Wicker Hat

When we saw Veteran Preston roaming Pike Place Market, we were instantly brought back to the years spent watching Mary Poppins and singing, “super-cali-fraji-listic-expi-ala-doscious.” The light, pastel colors and straw hat bring together a polished summer look. His whole ensemble is from the 70’s when he worked at Paramount Studios, making the outfit truly vintage. However, if you want to recreate some of his look, we highly recommend checking out The Village Hat Shop. It has some great, vintage-inspired straw hats that are a must-have for this summer.

Spotted: Pike Place Market

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Amazing Japanese Shoes

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Seattle Street Fashion: Effortlessly Cool Men's Style

Kotaro was seen strolling through Pike Place Market wearing these amazing leather shoes. These effortlessly cool kicks, hailing from Japan, use soft leather to create an aesthetic reminiscent of the colonial era. It’s warm, butterscotch color stands out among a sea of neutral-colored shoes, yet it is versatile enough to go with any ensemble.




Shoes: Made by Nakamura


Spotted: Pike Place Market

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Rustic Casual Attire

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Seattle Street Fashion: Rugged Casual |The Emerald Palate

Seattle Street Fashion: Rugged Casual |The Emerald Palate

Seattle Street Fashion: Rugged Casual |The Emerald Palate

Rory is a sales associate in the shoe department at Nordstrom. We were fortunate enough to catch him on a casual-attire workday, donning a rustic, russet-colored corduroy jacket that complements his hair perfectly. His look is polished, yet casual; combining sophistication with a touch of nerdy-chic flare. Also, look at those shoes! We’re absolutely obsessed with the faded details that round off this worn-in look.

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Family Threads

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Seattle Style: Fashionable Family | The Emerald Palate

Rachel Comey shoes

We love how this whole Canadian family has style…even the young girls have pizzazz! We especially love the hair and glasses on the one. She is absolutely stunning. Also, we fell in love with the father’s shoes. They are dressy, but, thanks to cut outs, also casual and reminiscent of spring.

Father’s Cut-Out Shoes: Rachel Comey of New York

Spotted: Belltown, Pike Place Market

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