1231 Good Hope Rd SE
- Located in the historic Anacostia Arts Center, Nubian Hueman brings an amazing and culturally eclectic assortment of clothing, jewelry, and goods in a clean and aesthetically pleasing boutique. It’s the perfect place to shop after your Saturday morning yoga just one door over, all while drinking a latte and eating a baked-from-scratch muffin from the onsite eatery. There’s such a sense of community, family, and love when you shop there, and it’s hard not to walk out without buying the whole store. It’s no surprise the boutique was voted DC’s 2nd Best Clothing Boutique by Washington City Paper just months after opening.
411 New York Ave NE
- Described as a “marketplace for home and person,” Nomad Yard is a collective of 14 sustainable, independent, and vintage good dealers all in one cool ass space. The boutique offers a wide mashup of goods that cross decades, cultures, and old and new. The store carries “vintage clothing, accessories, shoes, books, antique and up cycled furniture, hand crafted goods whose stories are deeply influenced by people, passion and possibility,” and you’re definitely bound to find a one of a kind piece. Stop by and check out the carefully curated storefront, and interact with staffers whose personal style is refreshingly creative.
181 American Way, National Harbor
- On the heels of a very successful consignment shop in Baltimore’s Federal Hill neighborhood for years, Bmore Betty has expanded its reach into the DMV at the National Harbor. This high end premier consignment shop is a label lover’s dream, selling your favorite brands like Chanel, Christian Louboutin and more for a fraction of the cost. Stop in to sell your own goods or exchange them for Betty Bucks for an in store purchase. The ladies at Betty are also able to shop for that hard to find piece you’ve been looking for. Check out their frequent posts on IG but know these items don’t last too long.
1954 2nd St NW
- Foundry’s tagline of “Past, Present, and Possible” perfectly describe this French inspired gem. Stop in to find one of a kind vintage clothing, furniture, or to get home and style design services. Initially a home décor store, the owner’s own love of fashion and jewelry led to the expansion of goods offered in the store. Foundry takes it lead from the flea markets in the City of Light, and combines vintage vogue with classy and contemporary style. The owner hand selects each piece in the store using her unique eye for style, tuned from her many years in design. You’ll find traditional, modern and contemporary pieces sitting alongside the quirky and eclectic. The shop is restocked and restyled monthly, so you’ll get a different experience each time you shop.
1517 U St NW
- This high end women’s boutique located on the Historic U Street Corridor offers clothes from local emerging designers as well as up and coming international designers already making a name for themselves stateside. The space promotes style and soul, and it’s definitely apparent in this beautifully styled boutique. The boutique often hosts events for the likes of private designers, prominent style bloggers and DC’s tastemakers. Walking past the perfectly styled windows of this storefront definitely garners a stop in to peruse its goods. The store is cleanly laid out and easy to navigate which makes finding what you want a breeze!