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Menswear Boutique Lost Boys to Close in Two Weeks
Owner Kelly Muccio announced the news in an e-mail Thursday. By Diana Elbasha
Kelly Muccio's menswear boutique, Lost Boys, has been in Georgetown for six years. Photographs courtesy Lost Boys.
Comments () | Published April 17, 2014

We’re suckers for great menswear here at Shop Around—and thanks to a growing number of indie brands and local boutiques specializing in guys’ fashion, Washington has become a great fashion source for the dapper man. That’s why we’re sad to report that one of the city’s longest-standing menswear shops, Lost Boys, is soon closing its doors for good.

Owner Kelly Muccio—the blonde bombshell known for her impeccable styling skills—announced via e-mail today that the store will close in two weeks due to “an opportunity that has come along that [she] couldn’t refuse.” Her store, which offers a breezy shopping experience involving beer and plenty of personal attention, has been a Georgetown staple for six years, and was one of the first to bring a high-end, rugged edge to Washington’s now rapidly expanding menswear scene. Band of Outsiders, Theory, and Rogan are just a few of the breakout labels carried in the exposed-brick space; its Black Room, a luxurious personal shopping service that offers cocktails and exclusive clothing options, is sure to be missed.

There’s no word yet on what Muccio’s big opportunity might entail, but we, for one, are hoping she sticks around town.

Lost Boys. 1033 31st St., NW.

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