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Bitches Who Brunch Star in Urban Chic’s Winter Lookbook (Photos)
Check out the latest pairing of local boutique with local bloggers. By Sarah Zlotnick
Comments () | Published November 13, 2012

Washington may not be a fashion center on quite the same level as New York City, but that doesn’t mean we’re not picking up on Big Apple strategies. Case in point: the increasing prevalence of local boutiques harnessing the power of local bloggers to promote their wares. First it was the Spicy Candy gals, who started with Adams Morgan shop Violet, then moved on to styling and starring in the higher-production South Moon Under lookbook. Now we’re pleased to report that preppy Georgetown staple Urban Chic has tapped Bitches Who Brunch bloggers Cori Sue Morris and Becca Clara Love to show off some of the styles they’ll be carrying this fall and winter. In the lookbook, Morris and Love are snapped at L2 Lounge, Policy, the fountain at the Georgetown Waterfront, and several other Washington spots. Scroll down for more images, and a bonus Urban Chic discount code at the end.














Hair and makeup by Consuella Lopez and Isabel Azocar of Nival Salon & Spa in Chevy Chase. Special lookbook reader offer: Mention Bitches Who Brunch and receive 20 percent off any purchase now through December 31.

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  • Guest

    Cute clothes but very cheesy, over posed bloggers. They verge on ridiculous.

  • Sarah

    Love all teh clothes! I wish all of these were in my closet...

  • Very cute and chic!

  • Christy A

    Yikes, I usually try to be positive but from the bad photography to the cheesy poses I just can't find anything nice to say

  • Lynnaz77

    Cheese.

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