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Appalachian Spring

If you're looking for unique gifts, Appalachian Spring may just have what you're looking for. Featuring handcrafted jewelry, jewelry boxes and art glass, the store has been selling one-of-a-kind treasures since 1968.[Learn more]

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Apres Peau

Apr?s Peau, is a truly unique store featuring an ever-evolving list of hand-selected items that give a commentary on living and giving in Washington D.C. You'll find gifts such as a Waals World Time Clock for your traveling family member.[Learn more]

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Betsey Johnson

The only Betsey Johnson store in Washington D.C. caters to the punk-princess crowd of teenagers and the young-at-heart who are looking for in-your-face fashion.[Learn more]

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Cady's Alley

Not quite a mall and not quite a major shopping street, Cady's Alley refers to a little district in Georgetown where a number of boutiques, furniture stores and restaurants are located.[Learn more]

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Carbon

"Changing D.C. from federal to funky" is this store's self-proclaimed purpose, and its merchandise is persuasive in this regard: Blackstones, Pikolinos, and Bronx are some of the names it carries in men's footwear. Carbon also carries women's shoes...[Learn more]

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Secondhand Rose

For style mavens that are trying to get their hands on a pair of last season's sold out YSL heels or a Chanel bag at half price, Secondhand Rose is going to be your new favorite shop.[Learn more]

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The Shops at Georgetown Park

This mall is perfect for the younger hipster set with stores like Anthropologie and J. Crew. Filled with eateries, one of which includes its own bowling alley, this place is great for an afternoon of fun, relaxation and shopping.[Learn more]

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Tysons Corner

Imagine a place that combines energized public plazas, first-class shopping, dining and entertainment, thoughtfully designed lifestyle amenities and spectacular residential and commercial architecture...[Learn more]

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Union Station

Boasting over 25 million visitors every year, Union Station is the busiest destination in Washington, DC. Originally opening in October of 1907, the station has seen a lot of history over the years during its life as a central transportation hub.[Learn more]

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