The Best Boutiques in Dupont

When you stay in a neighborhood in a new city, it’s important to get in touch with its unique and specific establishments. For some shopping you can only find around here, these are some of the best boutiques in Dupont.

The Fashion Designers We Love: Betsy Fisher

Focusing on bringing the world’s best fashion to Washington, DC, Betsy Fisher is always home to a number of designer wears and shoes. It’s also an active event space, which hosts fashion shows and appearances by big-names in the fashion world on a regular basis.

Betsy Fisher. 1224 Connecticut Ave. NW

The Home Store: Tabletop

Tabletop is a unique boutique in Dupont Circle, offering affordable and well-designed products to shoppers and travelers. Mainly home accessories and take-home unique gifts, the options at Tabletop promise to give you that sense of individuality that’s typically more present at a boutique rather than a department store.

Tabletop. 1608 20th St. NW

The Avant Garde Looks: Lou Lou

Lou Lou is a large-scale fashion boutique with everything a female shopper could want. A fun variety of earrings and other jewelry complements a nice handbag selection with meaningful categories like vegan leather. You can also come here for pashminas, scarves, sunglasses and even tech accessories.

Lou Lou. 1601 Connecticut Ave. NW

The Classic Jewels: Bloom

A little more classic in its aesthetic and inventory than Lou Lou, Bloom is another great boutique in Dupont Circle for jewelry lovers to flock to. The vast selection of vintage earrings, necklaces, and bracelets is enough to keep you browsing for hours.

Bloom. 1719 Connecticut Ave. NW

The Vintage: Secondi

Secondi is Dupont Circle’s longest-running consignment shop for women, making it one of the most important boutiques in the neighborhood. You can find styles from last year, the 80s, and everywhere in between at this favorite local thrift.

Secondi. 1702 Connecticut Ave. NW