Calling DC "Hollywood for ugly people" masks the fact that part of the problem is just our lack of style, like that we don't have enough cool fedoras to obscure our hideous, hideous faces. Enjoy the best from a Beverly Hills clothier now upping The District's game, at Streets of Georgetown.
A concept its owner is hoping to open on “every great street in America” (the flagship is on Beverly Drive, which is basically Rodeo!), the second iteration of this high-end men’s store (from the group that owns Hickey Freeman, Coppley, and Hart Schaffner Marx) is a rustic bi-leveler decorated with an entire wall of antlers from an NC flea market, meaning they went down and saved a few bucks.
The first floor is all sports and outerwear, with highlights like a cashmere topcoat from Coppley; plus there're waxed canvas duffels from Filson Outerwear -- get separated from yours by a reckless airline, and have fun desperately wailing "Fillllsoooonnn!!!".
Upstairs gets classy with made-to-measure Hickey Freeman suits (like a black two-button from their Modern Gentleman Series, and a plaid, tan number from their You're Not Really A Gentleman But Will Get Mad Attention Series), all of which they'd be happy to fit you for in a glass-partitioned nook.
As if that's not enough, there's also a bunch of Bobby Jones stuff designed to transition “from the golf course to the country club”, meaning we can finally hit the links without looking like the missing ones.