Georgetown is one of Washington D.C.’s top shopping destinations, featuring a charming mix of high-end designer outposts and local boutiques. Stroll M Street in search of hard-to-find pieces to complete your collection or consult the helpful on-site staff at Graham Georgetown for inside information on the neighborhood’s best shops.
Georgetown Shopping Spots
Kate Spade New York
One of the most recent additions to the Georgetown shopping scene, Kate Spade’s two-story DC location keeps things light with playful design details. The designer’s leather bags and shoes are no joke, attracting aspirational shoppers from the District and beyond.
rag & bone
Bringing Downtown Manhattan style to the rest of the nation by way of distressed denim, neutral colors and triple-digit price tags, rag & bone is a trendsetter in both men’s and women’s wear. The Georgetown location — located on M Street just a short walk away from the Graham Georgetown — offers some of DC’s most ahead-of-trend pieces.
The Georgetown location of this national retailer goes above and beyond ordinary, offering a petite wing, an expansive home goods section, and a bridal shop — it houses one of the few retail outlets for the BHLDN bridal line. The store’s goods don’t strive to overwhelm with bright colors and sheen, instead impressing with charm, rustic style and quality craftsmanship.
This menswear shop hit the market as an online-only retailer several years ago before opening several brick-and-mortar locations in major markets. The backbone of the Bonobos Guideshop concept is the retailer’s collection of “guides” — menswear experts who work with each customer to create personalized looks from head to toe.
Barneys New York
The iconic department store’s home in northwest DC brings its trademark style and upscale aura to Georgetown. Barney’s provides the fashion world’s most prestigious brands — from old standbys to new upstarts — all in one place. Shop Isabel Marant shoes, Canada Goose coats, Lanvin scarves and Eugenia Kim hats without leaving the heart of Georgetown.