Whether your child is a fashionista or an environmentally savvy student, check out these best places to go back-to-school shopping in D.C. and reinvent your child’s wardrobe today.
If your preferred mode of shopping involves clicking a few buttons, then check out these tips from Laura Harders, founder of BeltwayBargainMom.com, and see how you can save on your next online shopping spree.
Once considered the District’s second-largest commercial hub, the H Street corridor is back on the rise. This revitalized 1.5-mile stretch of the city is quickly becoming a sought-after destination for entertainment and trendy shopping.
Being a senior means that you’ve gotten more seasoned over the years, and there’s nothing wrong with adding more flavor and spice. Maintain your zest with these helpful stores that fit your needs, as well as your budget.
For many men, going to the salon for a haircut is a pain, especially because many are geared towards meeting the needs of women. Here are five spots in D.C. that pay special attention to men and what they are looking for when they visit a salon.
Men really do care about the way they look—whether they be easy-going guys sporting casual attire, businessmen dressed to the nines or somewhere in between. There are boutiques in the DC area that cater to their range of tastes.
My Tran of PR at Partners has a few tips for you to perfect that braided hair look.
Handmade accessories are a great way to stand out from the crowd. Find your one-of-a-kind treasure at one of these best places for handmade accessories in D.C.
Here are some of the area’s top places to find the tuxedo and accessories that suit you best, and allow you to shine.
If there is no registry or you want to get something different for the bride and groom, these shops will do the trick.