Former Bellevue fashion blogger Rachel Kim of VueSociety announces the launch of her new e-commerce website (, selling curated fashion pieces for women. Five percent of all sales are donated to a local non-profit organization, Washington Women In Need (WWIN). VueSociety is also offering free shipping to all Washington State orders.

The new online retailer is selling dresses, jackets, tops, bottoms, and accessories priced at $25 to $300 to women and plans to eventually expand to the men’s market. Pieces by Boulee, Again, StyleStalker and other internationally imported designers in the VueSociety online store will be carried in limited quantities in efforts to keep product choices fresh and up to date in trend. VueSociety has carved out a niche in the Greater Puget Sound area by carrying styles that local brick and mortar fashion retailers do not offer.

Founder, Rachel Kim quotes “VueSociety is the local place to go to (online and offline) for all your fashionable pieces that are ‘hard to find.’”  vue society

Doing business with a higher purpose is one of the foundations to the VueSociety business model and it was during her academic studies at Seattle Pacific University where she learned the value of being a responsible citizen to her local community. In efforts to support local women in the Greater Seattle area, VueSociety is teaming up with Bellevue based non-profit organization, Washington Women In Need (WWIN) by donating a proceed of all sales.

VueSociety is participating in the Thread Show on October 23rd and the Holiday Bazaar at the Bellevue Club on November 5th.


Founded in 2008 as the first Bellevue, WA fashion blog, VueSociety has established itself as an active, fashion leader in both the local online and offline community. VueSociety was ranked #1 under Google search terms ‘bellevue fashion’ and was featured in local publications such as 425 Magazine, The Bellevue Scene, Seattle P-I, Downtown Bellevue Network and The Bellevue Reporter. VueSociety is an online retailer currently serving women and plans to market to men in the near future. Connect with VueSociety on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, or e-mail

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