Owned and operated by gal pals Emily Backerman and Maria Phinney, this shop has a ton of sass and character.  These girls combined forces to open their Etsy shop less than a year ago, and have quickly gained a lot of attention online and in PDX.  Read more about their shop here on Portland Supply Co.

Above are some great pics from their lookbook shot by photographer Hannah Lewis-Lopes.  They did a bang-up job on this lookbook!

The Milk girls will be selling their vintage items at a pop-up tomorrow at the Olympic Mills Commerce Center.  Come check it out! 

Sturnelle is pleased to sell alongside Seaecho this coming Saturday at the ‪#‎springhustlesale‬ at the Olympic Mills Commerce Center.

What I love about Seaecho’s bags the most is that the fabrics are very northwest inspired, and yet the designs are clean and modern…no crafty/crafty home project vibes. This is the NEW WAVE of northwest design. To all my people I say get on that wave, and ride it hard.

“Born out of the need to hold objects all in one place and wanting to nestle everything together, under my arm for a night out, or an unexpected trip to the beach. Each bag whether it be wool, leather, or other found fabrics are made to work together or can stand alone with a clean modern design. Designed with a utilitarian compass and eye catching fabrics, each Seaecho bag is constructed to stand the test of time.”

Above is a brand new pic from Seaecho’s new lookbook and a few of my favorite bags from the online shop that I have been eying.

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BLTN Jewelry is beyond next level.  I am one of this woman’s biggest fans.  Not only are her pieces HAND MADE (not just assembled) they are made with quality and precision.  Lurk her site here and scope out her collections that include items such as these beautiful crystal studs or the Aten brass collar.  If you happen to get a hold of one of her pieces you will being doing yourself a MAJOR solid style-wise. 

Sara will be selling her work this Saturday at a sale event at the Olympic Mills Commerce Center in the atrium next to Olympic Provisions.  There will be a great group of vendors there, which I will be posting about very soon.