J'adore loves SEEN mag, SEEN loves J'adore, and we both love Eastern Market!

This seems like the perfect match (it is). Naturally, we had to partner up and share our adorations in the only way we truly know how to— a blog.

Recently, Candice wrote a featured post on SEEN magazine, talking everything from food to fashion in Eastern Market and why she <3s them so much. 

 BRB, we're rushing like Candice to scope out the entirety of Eastern Market and all of its little gems

BRB, we're rushing like Candice to scope out the entirety of Eastern Market and all of its little gems

 

Some of her top spots mentioned she chatted about in the article are below:

Savvy Chic

2712 Riopelle St., Detroit

It has been 16 years since Savvy Chic broke the mold by opening a lifestyle and fashion boutique on Riopelle Street. The boutique has a unique Parisian flare with one-of-a kind fashions and shoes for both men and women. This is also the perfect shop for gifts, featuring French linens, gourmet foods, candles and greeting cards.

Germack

2517 Russell St., Detroit

Germack Pistachio Company is the oldest roaster of pistachio nuts in the U.S. This Detroit classic store offers a full line of house roasted nuts, seeds and coffees. This is a great place to enjoy an in-house roasted coffee or my personal favorite, the turmeric latte.

 Probably sipping on one of Germack's Tumeric lattes

Probably sipping on one of Germack's Tumeric lattes

Eastern Market Antiques

2530 Market St., Detroit

No trip to Eastern Market is complete without stopping in Eastern Market Antiques. This retailer specializes in furniture, lighting, retro and much more. You never know what unique pieces you will find at this vintage store.

AND MORE!

You can check out the rest of the article on SEEN and read on about more of our J'adore-approved favs. Comment below which one you love the most, and give us some suggestions for more places to try!

(If they are anything related to food, I can promise you that I'll check them out)

Keep on lovin' your #1 market,

Autumn.

 

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