14 Reasons You Need to Check Out the Edited by Goodwill Pop-Up Shop in Chinatown

Bargain-level prices in a beautiful boutique setting—and it opens today at noon.

1. Forget the overcrowded racks you’re used to—the best merch is beautifully laid out boutique-style.

2. And there is something very Anthropologie-esque about the in-store displays. (Kudos to Gensler, the design firm responsible for the setup.)

3. We found a $448 Monique Lhuillier cocktail dress for $15.98. That’s under $16, people!

4. This dress is the perfect vintage score for end-of-summer weddings.

5. And this jacket is the perfect alternative to a boring black/navy blazer.

6. (As is this one.)

7. The J.Crew pieces you see in Current for $25 are under $5 here.

8. We can think of a million and five ways we’d style this graphic maxi skirt.

9. And a million and six outfits this classic leather carryall would pair with.

10. Plaid pleats—still stylish in an Isaac Mizrahi sort of way.

11. Two words: leather skirt. And it’s only $5.98!

12. Your entire work shoe wardrobe is here, and you can get it for under $23.

13. And sexy date shoes can be had for $8.98.

14. There’s also menswear!

The Edited by Goodwill pop-up shop runs today through Friday at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery (702 Eighth St., NW). The shop will be open from noon to 7 each day. Despite the boutique-quality displays, prices remain delightfully low: skirts for $8.98, blouses for $5.98, men’s casual shirts for $4.98, suits for $19.98, and formal dresses for $15.98.

Sarah is the Editor-in-Chief of Washingtonian Bride & Groom, and writes about weddings, fashion, and shopping. Her work has also appeared in Refinery29, Bethesda Magazine, and Washington City Paper, among others. She is a Georgetown University graduate, lives in Columbia Heights, and you can find her on Instagram at @washbridegroom and @sarahzlot.