based on 40 reviews
500 Pine St
Seattle, Wa 98101
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Hello the mecca of all NORDSTROM Stores in the USA! This store was fabulous and I was so excited to visit the Flagship store! The service was fabulous and wow the selection of shoes! Cannot wait to come back... I am going to go broke covering Seattle for work now!
I miss F&N, which used to be here. :( The clothes and shoes are way overpriced and can often be found cheaper at the Rack or online. The shoes and cosmetics are the only attractions for me as they sell some brands I like. Too bad the customer service discriminates based on whether you look like you have money or not... but sometimes ya gotta have those damn shoes and perfect shade of lipstick.
The young men's section is ALL garbage. Think True Religion, Ed Hardy type stuff. They strive to be "on-trend" but seem to be a few years behind with what's actually trendy at any given time. Where's the Tanner, APC, Filson, Gitman, Gant Rugger, RRL or freaking even Nudies? If you're a younger guy, you'd be better set going to Blackbird or Barneys.The menswear section is stocked with stodgy mediocre labels that are made in China, Huge effing Boss and then the token Gucci display for the visiting cruise passengers and Asian tourists. It shouldn't surprise you that all the salesmen wear those dreadful Joseph Abboud suits about 2" too wide in every measurement. Red flag. Run. You can do much better elsewhere. Think Brooks Bros or Marios or better yet, fly to New York and hit up a J. Press and get something made with some skill.The Brass Plum section blows, too. My girlfriend is skinny and in her 20's and there is nothing to wear out. Cotton tank tops, big cardigans and some jeans. Meh!
for some3 reason that i can't really explain i hate to admit that even shop there, but i do. i confess. they have really good stuff. i hate overpaying for commodities, but usually what i want from there is hard to get anywhere else. i suppose that's their special sauce. i bought a long sleeve dress shirt recently. it was the only one on the rack. not my size. so i asked the salesperson and she went to the back, picked out my size and it fit very well. purchased and done! i've been shopping there for years, even before they moved into this building and made it the flagship store. it's the awesome hometown business!
There are certain things you must do when visiting Seattle: *See the Space Needle,*Go to Pikes Place Market, home of the 1st Starbucks, and*Visit the flagship Nordstrom store, of course!I've always been a huge Nordstrom advocate and since Seattle doesn't have any of the other big department stores (Saks, Neimans, Bloomingdales, etc.) Nordstrom is pretty much the go-to spot for department store shopping. Since it's the flagship store you're also visiting a piece of history. The store is large and has a great selection of merchandise.Tip:*Parking around here is nearly impossible, walk or take public transport
Favorite Nordstrom ever. The customer service here is wonderful. Someone always ready to greet and serve you. I love love love this place.I always come here when the anniversary sale happens because they have the best selection of all the Nordstroms.I sure spend a lot of dough here but I have no problem with it because they have an amazing return policy if you are not satisfied with your purchase. I can never walk out of here with two new pairs of shoes in my hand! Oh Nordstrom how I love you but my wallet doesn't.
This Nordstrom is huge! I came here iwth my Mom recently looking for weddign stuff and we had such a good time looking at all of the beautiful items they have here a bit more fancy then what they carry in te los angeles stores.
Men's Shoe DepartmentChecking on a shoes for my cute brotherI asked for size 10She said: I'll grab one for ya!Lady cashier told me to wait and relax15 minutes laterI asked where's the shoesShe said: Oh yes, I'll grab that for ya!No thanks, shove it to your whatever1 kick
Nordstrom is my favorite store to shop at these days. Of course, I have a soft spot for it, because it originated in Seattle. It has a great selection of designer wear, not-so-designer wear for more modest incomes, excellent customer service, great sale racks, and a classy, ambient shopping environment. Everything is of the highest quality.
Two tests, two different days:Day 1) young female walks into Nordstrom wearing ripped jeans, a hooded sweatshirt, Chuck Taylor Converse All-Stars, and a Kate Spade messenger bag that kind of looks fake but really isn't. Really.My guess is that the staff assumed she was a bum off of the street looking for shelter. No eye contact was given. No smiles exchanged. No offers to try some designer perfume (which is interesting, considering the bum-aura given). Nothing. If only they knew her Visa credit limit was just raised an extra $45!Eventually she walked away empty handed and retrieved to See's Candies across the street to drown this unfortunate experience in chocolate. They like her credit limit there.Day 2) young female walks into Nordstrom wearing black slacks, a clean, pressed button down blouse, a pair of heels that raised her height to 6'1", a thick pea coat, cashmere scarf, and that same Kate Spade messenger bag.Ohhhhh NOW you love me?! Now you want me to try that new perfume?! Now you want to help me find a more comfortable pair of heals! I'm classy now and there isn't the slightest hesitation to engage in small talk, eh?!! Fancy that!Screw you, I'm going to Macy's.