Fashion Recap: Our Favorite Ensembles From Washingtonian’s On the Rocks

Trend-setting looks from Wednesday's party at Union Market.
Fashion Recap: Our Favorite Ensembles From Washingtonian’s On the Rocks
The scene at Wednesday's On the Rocks party. Photographs by Andrew Propp.

Wednesday night, stylish Washingtonians gathered at Union Market’s Maurice Electric Warehouse for our annual On the Rocks event. Beyoncé pounded through the speakers, courtesy of MyDeejay, and the room was decked out with leather lounge chairs by Amaryllis, two Bentley luxury cars, and tables laden with whiskey and fine spirits.

Guests knocked back tumblers of Heaven Hill and Angel’s Envy while noshing on sirloin sliders and mac and cheese from Windows Catering. Perhaps the only thing as delicious than the food and drinks was the fashion on display—so here we rounded up some of our favorite looks of the night.

Brendon Wright and Kathleen Fowler arrived in style to represent Bentley Motors. Kathleen paired a vintage leather skirt by Ralph Lauren with a J.Crew turtleneck and BCBG leopard-print heels.
Truc Lam was drawn to the event by her dual love of Washingtonian and whiskey. Truc accessorized her Snap dress with a Marc by Marc Jacobs hobo bag, and sported a purple streak in her hair courtesy of Be Scene Hair Studio.
Heather Crotty and Brittany Aller were dressed to impress, with Heather in a flared frock from Francesca’s and Brittany in a beaded Ali Ro dress.
Allison Redmond donned a flannel shirt and sequined skirt, both from J.Crew, which she paired with black frames from Warby Parker.
Jenny Wang and Caroline Markoski were party-ready with Jenny’s frock from Tangerine Boutique and black booties from Forever 21 and Caroline’s black J.Crew leggings, shimmery Banana Republic top, and necklace from the Saks Off 5th Fashion Outlet.
Elizabeth Rowan and Sarah Cooper struck a pose, with Elizabeth in a Lauren by Ralph Lauren sweater dress and a Rebecca Minkoff bag in tow, and Sarah in a Torn by Ronny Kobo flared dress.
Jamille Peteres and Jarrell Cook looked holiday-appropriate with Jamille’s Express black illusion-sleeve top and Jarrell’s green H&M blazer and Charles Tyrwhitt dress shirt.

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.