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Fashion and Shopping-Related Things to Do in DC This Week: September 14-20

Brunch and shop, prep for fall, and check out local menswear lines.
Fashion and Shopping-Related Things to Do in DC This Week: September 14-20

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The next in the pop up shopping series at select Nordstrom stores across the States, the latest set, called “New Classics,” up includes everything you need for a perfectly hipster fall: cozy wool sweaters from &Daughters, repurposed vintage Filson products, chunky Doc Marten boots, Chemex coffee makers, and even vintage Polaroid cameras. The Pop-In will remain at Nordstrom Tysons Corner Center (8075 Tysons Corner Center, McLean) through November 1.

Check Out Local Menswear Designers at Shop the Capital

The second annual Shop the Capital series of pop up shopping events launched last Thursday, and this Thursdays, those who stop by the Renaissance Dupont Circle Hotel will have the opportunity to shop the menswear selection created in partnership with blogger community, CapFabb. The shopping event will bring together local designers and brands, such as Hugh & Crye and Chris Cardi, to showcase and sell their Fall 2015 collections, and it will run from 6 to 9 PM on September 17 at 1143 New Hampshire Ave., NW.

Brunch and Shop With the Bitches Who Brunch

Is there a better way to spend your weekend than eating brunch and shopping? The Bitches Who Brunch would argue there isn’t, and they’re prepared to prove it this Sunday at Long View Gallery (1234 9th St., NW) with a brunch provided by Heirloom Catering. South Moon Under will have a pop up store set up for guests to browse fall fashions while sipping the bottomless whiskey cocktails, Bloody Marys, and mimosas. The brunch will run from noon to 3 PM on September 20, and the $50 tickets can be purchased at Nvite.

Fashion Swap With Fashion Fights Poverty

Revamp your wardrobe for a good cause with a fashion swap hosted by Fashion Fights Poverty. Clear out old cloths, shoes, and accessories from your closet and bring them to Impact Hub DC (419 7th St., NW, 3rd Floor) on Sunday. Once a pile has been made, all participants will have a chance to rummage for “new to you” items, and the rest will be donated to the Goodwill of Greater Washington. The swap will run from 1 to 4 PM on September 20. RSVP on Eventbrite and bring an item of clothing to attend.

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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.