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Whether you fancy a bit of window shopping or wish to indulge in a full-fledged shopping spree, Georgetown Park has got you covered. This iconic shopping center thrives right at the center of the historic neighborhood of Georgetown. Earlier developed as an indoor mall, Georgetown Park underwent an extensive facelift in 2014, during which premier stores cropped up on M Street and Wisconsin Avenue--adding a lovely character to the overall complex. Despite its modern retail stores and shops, this beloved shopping center retains its erstwhile heritage charm, which is an extension of its century-old warehouse building. Visitors will love the vibe here at Georgetown Park as they stroll along the neighborhood's streets and fulfill their shopping needs from the numerous retail stores in the complex.
Imagine walking into an upscale department store with all the major fragrance and makeup lines, and being able to see, touch, smell and try the products for yourself. This novel concept guides Sephora, and the store is definitely worth a visit. Available brands include Stila, BeneFit and Clinique among others, along with tons of men and women's fragrance options, ranging from popular to the obscure. Make-up fanatics flock to this Georgetown location and after one visit, you'll know why.
This shop for shoes, located in Georgetown, offers shoes in all shapes and sizes. A large number of brands are available here, featuring a variety of designs, colors and materials. Brands include Alexandra Neel footwear, the Jane Brown range from Britain, the Laurence Dacade collection from France and Rada from Italy.
With its funky shops and trendy restaurants and bars, Dupont Circle is one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Washington. Its cosmopolitan air draws visitors both young and old. Once a neighborhood of old money and the nouveau riche, Dupont Circle today is home to artists, intellectuals and young professionals. The neighborhood's turn-of-the-century mansions and brownstones, formerly home to prominent families, today house art museums, restaurants, embassies and fun shops. Dupont Circle is also home to the Phillips Collection, one of the city's foremost art museums with paintings by Renoir, Degas and Cézanne.
Although you have to ring a doorbell to gain entry, you should not be intimidated by Betsy Fisher. This light-filled boutique features creative clothing and accessories for day and evening. Beautiful dresses, ranging from the funky to the elegant, are the store's bread and butter and rightfully hang on the front racks near the door. Betsy Fisher sells one-of-a-kind items as well as name-brand labels such as Nicole Miller, Max and Co. and Easel. Buyers can be assured no one else will be wearing the same thing.
The Lettie Gooch Boutique embodies the vibe of power women in the U Street district. The boutique proudly showcases designer brands such as House of Dereon, couture by Beyonce Knowles' mother, Tina, and also spotlights local jewelry artisans. Ecoist bags, recycled candy wrapper accessories which look like they were handmade at a kiosk in Cancun, are a favorite among customers. The store is named after the owner's grandmother, who is remembered in the community as being a “pillar of strength and uniquely fashion forward.”