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Washington, DC Shopping

The District has everything from Haute Couture designers like Chanel to incredibly fashionable boutique shops to books and toy stores for kids. But whatever your needs, this guide will help you sift through the great purveyors and designers whose shops dot the historic neighborhoods throughout the city. Or click on some of these links and shop the District with the click of your mouse.

Shopping in Clarendon, Arlington, VA
The Clarendon neighborhood of Arlington, Va., has gone through a huge transformation over the last few years, going from a sleepy business center just outside of Washington to now a mix of homes, shops, and eateries. It’s a great little Northern Virginia suburb to visit for an afternoon or even a night out. Plus it’s in close proximity to other...

Shopping in Friendship Heights
There’s shopping and then there’s serious, whip out the gold card type of shopping. That’s what you’ll find in the Friendship Heights section of Washington. It’s far up Wisconsin Avenue, almost to the Maryland border. But it’s a nice, quiet enclave of high-end shops and great places to eat. This is not your cheesy souvenir type of shopping.

National Harbor
The National Harbor in suburban Maryland is a fun waterfront destination for shops, restaurants, live music and other fun stuff.

Georgetown Shopping Guide
Georgetown shopping, restaurants & bars are a favorite among visitors. Learn more about what to expect from Georgetown and where to shop.

Write Your Valentine a Love Letter: Stationary Shops in DC
Valentine's Day isn't always about the flowers and the chocolates. Writing your sweetheart a love letter is a priceless gift and the fine stationary that many speciailty shops in DC carry would make even Shakespeare jealous.

Where to Get Your Hair Done in DC
Washington, DC has many salons that can cut, color, blow dry and style your hair for any occasion. Or if you are looking for a place for a manicure or pedicure this guide is for you.

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