Best Shopping Boutiques in Georgetown

Holiday shoppers and retail-therapy enthusiasts alike can agree that when it comes to fashion, Georgetown has it all. Studded with everything from old-school standbys like Vineyard Vines and Brooks Brothers to cutting-edge brands like Rag and Bone and Intermix, the neighborhood’s M Street is your best bet for a wardrobe upgrade you won’t be able to stop bragging about.


This local DC chain specializes in crafting budget-friendly accessories that suit a variety of tastes, which serves as an ideal landscape for last minute Christmas shopping. Whether you’re looking for delicate gold layering necklaces or seeking out a creamy leather bucket bag, LouLou’s has what you need and much more.


The DC outpost of this popular luxury brand  is a one-stop destination for curated selections from fashion’s biggest names, some of which include See By Chloe, Herve Leger, and Elizabeth And James. Come down to this trendy M Street emporium to add some lavish high fashion looks—picture a Barbara Bui shearling leather jacket or a crepe Narcisco Rodriguez maxi-dress—to your wardrobe.

Vineyard Vines

This classic purveyor of prep is a surefire hit for any would-be Georgetowner. Stop by and pick up a cozy cashmere sweater, a pair of crimson corduroys, or a quintessentially New England whale-print tie to add some nautical flair to your winter wardrobe. See you at the yacht club!

Rent The Runway

This online shopping website has a massive brick-and-mortar showroom in DC packed full of all the designer threads a fashionista could dream of. Visitors can schedule an appointment with on-site stylists to pick up and alter dresses or try on any of the nine hundred (you read that right!) dresses onsite. Best of all, the boutique’s fitting rooms come decked out with iPad minis—perfect for snapping and sending pictures of your gorgeous new outfit to all your friends!

Madewell Georgetown Second Story

Fashion connoisseurs will be thrilled to know that Madewell’s Georgetown boutique—already a Washington favorite for its eclectic, preppy outfits—has decided to open its doors to a bevy of unique designers and local artisans. Kicking off with the Cambridge Satchel Company, Madewell will host pop-up stores for under-the-radar brands and creative DC residents looking to sell their designs on the second story of its M Street store.