• Phoenix

    This family-owned Georgetown institution offers affordable designer jewelry and comfortable clothes for women, as well as sought-after Mexican imports—Day of the Dead figurines, alebrijes (colorful, fanciful animals) and antique silver. There is a wide selection of separates from the likes of Eileen Fisher, Cut Loose and White + Warren. Semi-precious-bead Read more [...]

  • Allan Woods Florist

    Fresh, seasonal favorites abound at this shop—hydrangeas, peonies, lilies and lilacs in spring and summer and a parade of poinsettias at Christmas—alongside a deluge of cut flower

  • Mazza Gallerie

    Mazza Gallerie is also in the heart of Chevy Chase. There are 18 fashionable stores, and for a quick flick, stop by the AMC movie theatre. High-end shoppers can enjoy luxurious department stores like Neiman Marcus or Saks Fifth Avenue Men’s Store, stores that are commonly scarce in the D.C. Read more [...]

  • Tanger Outlets

    Shop over 85 Brands at Tanger Outlets. Brand name stores including Calvin Klein, H&M, IZOD, Gap Factory Store, American Eagle Outfitters, Tommy Hilfiger, Banana Republic Factory Store, White House Black Market Outlet, Chico’s Outlet, Columbia, Brooks Brothers Factory Store, Aeropostale, P.S. by Aeropostale, J. Crew Factory Store, Le Creuset Outlet Read more [...]

  • Treasury

    If you ask a stylish local on U Street where they got that incredible hat or handbag they’ll undoubtedly say “Treasury”. Known by locals as a treasure trove of designer and classic vintage finds, the secondfloor rowhouse boutique is the place to go for recast vintage jewelry, a vintage slip Read more [...]

  • Meeps

    Recently taken over by the owners of 14th Street’s Treasury boutique, Meeps is Treasury’s younger, edgier sister, who loves vintage rock and roll tees, combat boots and big sunglasses. Meeps also has a great selection of local magazines and costumes, should you be in town for Halloween.

  • Politics & Prose

    As you might guess, Politics & Prose carries a lot of both, plus a large section that is set aside for children and teenagers, and there’s a coffee shop downstairs too. The store is much more than just a thriving independent bookshop, it’s a much-loved institution and a must-stop for Read more [...]

  • Lost Boys

    If there’s one independent boutique in DC that knows menswear, it’s Lost Boys. Owner Kelly Muccio will personally walk you through the selection of designer brands, including Rag & Bone, Band of Outsiders and Theory, to create a look tailored to your individual style. If you thought you couldn’t pull Read more [...]

  • Ginger Root Design

    Founded by two Midwestern redheads with a reputation for being the nicest ladies on the block, you’ll find a great selection of jewelry and accessories by local designers for men and women at Ginger Root (don’t leave without trying on one of the famous lady ties, made from repurposed vintage Read more [...]

  • Redeem

    Known as one of DC’s most cutting-edge boutiques, Redeem carries pieces by international designers with a modern slant, in dark colors: black is definitely the new black here. You’ll also find a selection of independent magazines, high-end men’s shoes, and a section of the store devoted to Mutiny, a DC-based Read more [...]