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In case you missed us last time, we feature the news, events, people, and stores that are putting STYLE back into this buttoned-up city. Also, check out our 2015 Style Round Up – for all the best in D.C. style from the most stylish people in town.

ALSO – our We the Party People All Access After Hours at the American History Museum is THIS SATURDAY, so get ready for a TIME TRAVELIN’ STYLEFILE, after these brief fashion updates. Get your tickets before they’re gone forever here.

Fashion News
First off, it’s Resort 2017 time (already?) and Moschino has already won. Everyone else pack up and go home, because it is stunning and perfect, although I’m not quite sure for which resort the dress below is proper attire but I kind of want to go there.
Screen Shot 2016-06-13 at 10.01.45 PMIn local fashion news, we are newly obsessed with these t-shirts from Teerritory, because they are fun and hyper-local and take suggestions for neighborhoods/parks they haven’t done yet. We suggest a 14th Street one that says good luck parking on weekends!

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ALSO Modcloth opened up a pop-up shop in Georgetown, and we can’t wait to check it out because it is kind of adorable. Although it is located SO FAR UP Wisconsin, just an FYI. It took us forever to find (and by forever we mean like the 10 minutes it took to climb that hill).
1626 Wisconsin Avenue

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This week- we’re partying like it’s 1899 at our We the Party People All-Access After Hours at the American History Museum! So we’re just going to pretend that this StyleFile is from… 1899.
(also tickets to the party are going fast- grab yours now!)


Tunes We’re Jamming To This Week
We just CAN’T GET ENOUGH of this new tune from Scott Joplin. Thank you Wikipedia.

Fashion News

According to The Delineator (Vogue before… Vogue). If you’re not promenading in the following you are NO ONE. No one.

SHIRTWAIST BLOUSES! Defy the establishment- celebrate FREEDOM in this super scandalous blouse.

Where to Shop: Elizabeth Hobbs Keckly
D.C. dressmaker to the stars (and Mary Todd Lincoln), she also wrote a tell-all book on the Lincoln family that needless to say, made her not very popular with her former clients.


Instagram of the Week: The Gibson Girl
Basically, if you were a young lady in the 1890’s the “glamourous Gibson Girl” (created by a dude, no less) was the authority on everything cool. This “new woman” was vibrant and stylish, basically the fashion bloggers of the day.

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And that’s it for this week! Stay stylish D.C.!