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washington D.C. - best places/stores to shop?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by discostar, Jul 2, 2007.

  1. pebblegrain

    pebblegrain Senior member

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    since my last post I've been to Redeem, Rue14, Lost Boys, Rag Bone, etc.

    The staff at these places were nice enough, but these boutiques can't hang.

    Lemme give you an example, in NY recently, I located Odin on my phone, headed its way, and randomly passed by some shop that I had never heard of that carried Oak Street Bootmakers.

    On the other hand, the storefront for All Saints is pretty fucking epic. Will visit this week

    Food update: food still sucks

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  2. sq4you

    sq4you Senior member

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    shopping in DC sucks man. whoever told you those boutiques were cool was lying to you. like you said, their staff is really great but all their clothes cater to the general plebe noob who has no real sense of what else is out there.

    all saints design is dope. however all their stores look exactly the same.

    good food: commissary, tacklebox (although it just burned down i think), Rice, Churchkey, Estadio (super awesome), Dino, PS7, Kushi, Chopsticks, The Source, Passenger, Sticky Rice, Dukem, Sei, Ceiba, Circa, Raku, BGR, Sweetgreen....ad nauseum dude.
     
  3. pebblegrain

    pebblegrain Senior member

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    shopping in DC sucks man. whoever told you those boutiques were cool was lying to you. like you said, their staff is really great but all their clothes cater to the general plebe noob who has no real sense of what else is out there.

    all saints design is dope. however all their stores look exactly the same.

    good food: commissary, tacklebox (although it just burned down i think), Rice, Churchkey, Estadio (super awesome), Dino, PS7, Kushi, Chopsticks, The Source, Passenger, Sticky Rice, Dukem, Sei, Ceiba, Circa, Raku, BGR, Sweetgreen....ad nauseum dude.


    Tacklebox just burned down? I was there 2 weeks ago.
     
  4. Ermac

    Ermac Senior member

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    shopping in DC sucks man. whoever told you those boutiques were cool was lying to you. like you said, their staff is really great but all their clothes cater to the general plebe noob who has no real sense of what else is out there. all saints design is dope. however all their stores look exactly the same. good food: commissary, tacklebox (although it just burned down i think), Rice, Churchkey, Estadio (super awesome), Dino, PS7, Kushi, Chopsticks, The Source, Passenger, Sticky Rice, Dukem, Sei, Ceiba, Circa, Raku, BGR, Sweetgreen....ad nauseum dude.
    For serious? I went to the one in Columbia and it was pretty terribad.
     
  5. AaronAgre

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    i cleaned up at all saint's sale. the entire store was 30%-50% off. really great leathers.
     

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