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 Seattle Pick's Spring Fashion Guide; March 2012

 

 

Can’t-Miss Style

Oh, Orla Kiely, how do we love you? Let us count the ways. You’re stylish, functional, practical, fun to carry and will last forever and a day. Sigh. This particular bag (available at Burnt Sugar) may be coming home with us…

Burnt Sugar Orla Kiely Bag

 

 

Booting Up - Seattle Magazine; April 2011

 

Old Gringo "Obregon" brass and red calf-high boot with square toe and used finish. 


Ozone "Tatters" gunmetal and black cotton/spandex/nylon over-the-knee socks.

Frye "Carson" mid shaft full grain leather boots in berry with leather soles.

 

 

Ozone "Neon Racer" black and teal cotton/spandex/nylon over-the-knee socks.

 

All available at Burnt Sugar - Seattle, WA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary Engelbreit's Home Companion; August/September 2008

 

Messenger Bag in Figue

Robert Le Heros

 

Counter Couture - Seattle Magazine;  February 2006

 

BEST BRANDS 

Diane Brill's Lip Lingerie in delicious, wearable colors like :Gossamer Garters" and :Velbet Bow"; Eye Lingerie eye shadows com in and adorable matchbox you can actually strike a match on; Jane Iradales Global Colors - the original mineral makeup - with cool little mineral powder beads that float in soothing aloe vera and give coverage with looking heavy.

CANT MISS PRODUCT

Longcils Boncza cake mascara- the greatest weep-proof mascara of all time!

SHOPGIRL (OR GUY) ATTITUDE

Sassy, low-key and fun.

Trends We Love-

Seattle Magazine; August 2006

BEST ONE-STOP SHOPPING DESTINATION

BURNT SUGAR

When Burnt Sugar owner Kathy Faulk stated selling off the store's charming, shabby-chic furniture last fall, we worried our favorite Fremont handbag-dishware-jewelry-cards-shampoo-candles-makeup and gift shop might be closing down.  

 

Luckily, she was just clearing space for even more lustworthy goods:  quirky, European-inspired Camper, Fraco Sarto, Puma and Gola shoes for her now-defunct nearby store, Frankie.

 

123 Best Places to Shop-  Northwest Home; March / April 2005

"It's kind of general store for girls," is how one employee describes BURNT SUGAR. Well known for its handbags and fantastic cosmetics bar, there are also plenty of sweet accents for the home, ranging from McCoy antique pottery to reproductions to a combination of both, such as antique china plates settled atop new bases to create a stand worthy of holding a tasty pastry.

 

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