Septemeber 16, 2019 marked my official 2 years of living and breathing the Seattle air. As some of you might know (if you follow me on Instagram) that I do go out exploring the city a lot. I love discovering local hip coffee shops and catching up with my friends for brunches. Every weekend, you’ll most likely find me outdoors hiking or taking outfit photos for my blog in the city.
I feel like 2 years have just gone by, so fast, but up until this date, I still find myself discovering new corners and new neighborhoods. There are just a lot more to go see and to do! As the title suggests, I’m sharing with you another 10 best locations for photoshoots in Seattle. So keep on reading to find out and don’t forget to scroll to the end to catch up with my previous 3 best outdoor photoshoot location lists.
2512 Elliott Ave., Seattle, WA 98121
This tiny community garden is a historic site that once hosted writers from the writers-in-residence program. I always drive past and get caught by the sunflower wall right up in the front. In the summer, this little park is packed with plants and flowers, very pretty!
2901 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
Created and operated by the Seattle Art Museum, Olympic Sculpture Park is a park, free and open to the public, in Seattle, Washington that opened on January 20, 2007. There are so many photo opportunities here! I love the white room located inside the welcome center and many art installations outdoors that will make a great background for your outfit photos.
732 18th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112
I used to go to church here every Sunday when I first moved here. The building is painted white and has a few corners perfect for outfit background. Need I say more?
1247 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112
Dahlia season typically starts near the end of September lasts until the first frost, end of October. Enjoy the beautiful flower shots below!
823 3rd Ave # 201, Seattle, WA 98104
The address above will lead you to Cafe Pho, but I mean the building complex that Cafe Pho is located in downtown. It’s located at Marion and 3rd. Just walk up the stairs past Cafe pho, you’ll see this cool balcony with skyscrapers in the background with decent lighting in the afternoon or evening after work.
OUTFIT 5: crop: AMERICAN APPAREL | jeans: AGOLDE in Zephyr | sweater: thrifted | bag: YSL | boots: ITALEAU
817 Republican St, Seattle, WA 98109
This yellow building is right next to Glazer’s, the camera store that we frequent. Right across, there are plenty of newly built buildings and apartment complexes that are worth it to just walk around and explore.
1250 Denny Way, Seattle, WA 98109
Seattle City Light’s newest substation is like a silver spaceship that features a dog park and plenty of light play opportunities for any photography lovers.
OUTFIT 7: knit top and skirt: ASOS | heels: ZARA | bag: CULT GAIA
600 University St #2820, Seattle, WA 98101
Adjacent to freeway Park, One Union Square is a skyscraper complex located at 6th Avenue, between Union and University streets. I’ve shot here multiple times before and filmed the first outfit in my wedding guest outfit video, here.
OUTFIT 8: knit crop top: ASOS | pants: ASOS | mule: JIMMY CHOO | belt: ISABEL MARANT | bag: YSL | watch: ROSEFIELD | jewelry: MEJURI
804 Ninth Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98104
It was a very sunny day when I shot this outfit, but look at the amazing light! You can walk around the building as there are stairs, hallways, and plenty of light opportunities.
OUTFIT 9: crop knit: BRANDY MELVILLE | skirt: ANTHROPOLOGIE | bag: YSL | mules: JIMMY CHOO | necklaces: MEJURI | watch: ROSEFIELD
5011 Bernie Whitebear Way, Seattle, WA 98199
Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center is a Native American cultural center in Discovery Park in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood. We discovered it this summer while driving around the area to find locations for my outfit. It’s lovely, especially on sunny summer days. Don’t forget to park your car and walk to the deck where you could see the water.
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