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Fashion’s Night Out Washington DC Review

Fashion’s Night Out Washington DC Review

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Post Date: September 09, 2012

Fashion Bash Hits Georgetown!
Recapping one of DC’s biggest fashion parties!
Contributing Writer: Lauren Liebler

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Fashion’s Night Out in Georgetown exceeded the expectations of many.

Dean and Deluca was hosted by BYT with a large white tent filled with fashionably dressed residents dancing to music from ESL and Fatback DJs. The catering staff partied as much as the event goers, making for a lively atmosphere with great (and free) food!

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Walking down M street during was an experience. Men and women were dressed in everything from suits with loafers to maxi dresses with Jeffrey Campbell heels. Not only were the outfits eccentric and inspiring, the crowd was vivacious and festive as well.

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Major stores such as CUSP, H&M, Urban Outfitters and All Saints & Spitalfields had discounts and special giveaways until 11pm. Pop up shops were held in smaller venues, selling handmade clothing and season previews.

The trendy men at FNO were able to sneak away from the madness to Streets of Georgetown menswear for a fee of $25. Totally worth it considering they had complimentary bites from Morton’s Steakhouse, complimentary beer from Lost Rhino Brewery and 30% off all purchases.

Restaurants on M street during Fashion’s Night Out were impossible to enjoy unless you had reservations. Clyde’s of Georgetown, Bandolero, M Street Bar & Grill and many others were packed with hungry fashionistas. Luckily, restaurants off M street such as Filomena Ristorante and Paolo’s were open with plenty of elbowroom.

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