Our Georgetown shopping guide will help you make the most of your Georgetown shopping experience. Georgetown is without a doubt one of the best places for shopping in the D.C. area. but with so many boutiques, restaurants and cafes it can be heard to hone in on top picks. Don’t worry, we have you covered.
3235 M St. NW
We love this British import, with limited locations in the U.S. All Saints is known for their vintage inspired designs that are chic and eclectic.
2910 M St NW
Unique accessories are Charm’s specialty. They carry a curated selection of designers, many who have a cult following with their baubles frequently being spotted on celebs (we love Sydney Evan and Kenneth Lane designs.)
3030 M Street NW
Cusp is the boutique off-shoot of Neiman Marcus and this boutique is on the heart of M-Street. carries a wide range of beloved brands like Alice & Olivia and The Row.
Hugh & Crye
3212 O St NW
Fashion forward male politicos head to Hugh & Crye for their slim fit dress shirts and pocket squares. We love their one-on-one customer service focus and their focus on sustainable practices.
3005 M St NW
In the know local fashionistas flock to Hu’s shoes for their quality selection of hard to find designers and on-trend offerings. Don’t miss harder to find brands like Band of Outsiders and closet staples like Isabel Marant. (Insider tip: Check out Hu’s Wear, 2906 M. Street, also owned by Marlene Hu Aldaba, offers a top-notch selection of womenswear for the chic DC fashionista on the go ).
3300 M St NW
From NYC and Philly to D.C. Intermix is always a strong choice for on trend women’s wear fashions. After doing some damage on the Amex stop by the adjacent Dean & Deluca for a soy latte, you’ve earned it.
1426 Wisconsin Ave NW
Calling all sneakerheads: Major is the spot in D.C. for the latest Reeboks, Nikes and Adidas. Before a “major” sneaker release, you had better get in line the night before.