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Bonobos to Open Fourth Area Location at The Shay

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With a good mix of basic staples and eye-catching patterns at affordable prices, Bonobos makes getting dressed easy for dudes. That’s why we’re really not too surprised that they’re planning to open their fourth DC-area location—following two Bethesda and a Georgetown storefront—this summer.

Related: What the Heck is The Shay?

Also unsurprising: the new 1,100-square-foot Bonobos Guideshop will open in The Shay, which, with the arrival of Steven Alan, Read Wall, Frank & Oak, and The Tie Bar, has quickly become a destination for men looking to improve their workwear. Add in a pair of specks from The Shay’s Warby Parker and a steaming cup from Compass Coffee, and you’ve got one hip, smart-looking DC man.

With the addition of Bonobos to the retail lineup, Northend Shaw will become even more of a no-brainer for menswear shoppers: Their well-cut chinos that come in a rainbow of colors are perfect for everyday office attire, especially when paired with not-so-boring patterned shirts and a slick blazer. Need something more formal? Bonobos’ slim-cut suits start at $450.

Bonobos will be located at 1924 8th Street, NW, Suite 123.

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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.