LACING UP OUR RAIN BOOTS Stephanie and I embarked on our trip armed with suggestions for amazing day trips, art museums, and more than one oyster restaurant. One of our first stops was the Seattle Art Museum and famous Olympic Sculpture Park. Both were incredible, breathtaking and allowed for a ton of walking.

FERRY TALES The next day we planned an excursion to local Bainbridge island. It’s a quick ferry ride away, and the journey gave us a great view of the city. Because the weather can be unpredictable, we both paired our trenches with SOREL rain boots.

MAKING A SPLASH Gas Works Park was another location that had been suggested to us in the early stages of planning this trip, and it did not disappoint. It has this great view of the water and surrounding buildings, and since it had rained the night before, it gave us a good opportunity to splash around in a few rain puddles.

ROSÉ ALL DAY Stephanie picked some cute blue lace-up wedges and we headed out to the dreamiest dinner. Sparkling rosé, oysters, tartare—so, so indulgent but SO good. 

THE CITY IS OUR OYSTER We want to say we’re ashamed that we got oysters and rosé two nights in a row, but to be honest, we’re not. It’s Seattle! You gotta have that famous seafood after a day of exploring. Treat yo’ self.