15 DC Boutiques and Fashion Brands With the Prettiest Instagram Feeds

Not only are these local boutiques and fashion brands’ Instagram feeds gorgeous, they’re also a great way to keep tabs on what’s in stock at your favorite shops. Take a peek at some of the best boutique accounts below, then go ahead and give them a follow—and good luck not buying all the things!

Matine

Summer Sunday vibes and the Nier backpack. ? @laurenlouisephoto

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Small-batch leather bags plus behind-the-scenes peeks at maker Carolyn Misterek’s process, all wrapped up in a fashion and light-filled feed.

Violet Boutique

We might be obsessed with these. Shhhh. #acreativedc #georgetowndc

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Find fall fashion inspo snapped at some of your fave spots in Georgetown at this sweet (and inexpensive!) clothing and accessories boutique.

Take 5 Boutique

This Mosaic District boutique is packed with fashion-girl finds and funky accessories—like this colorful cosmetics bag.

Lynn Louisa

We may follow this Georgetown boutique for the fashion—or maybe for the mini golden doodle that makes appearances in the feed.

Sophie Blake

Statement jewelry never looked so good—especially when it’s designed right here at this Mosaic District boutique.

Emma Marty

having a morning with this one before he gets shipped out

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We come for the lattes, stay for this local designer’s chunky rings.

Kicheko Goods

Sporting that red, white and blue for USA. Can't get enough of the @olympics this month! USA-USA-USA ??????

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We love these unique, statement-making pieces—especially because they help contribute to getting kids in the Congo an education.

Mallory Shelter

Whether it’s a look at her delicate gemstone pieces or a glimpse into designer Mallory Shelter’s studio lift, this whole Insta feed is packed with pretty.

DeNada

Peace, love, and studio vibes. ?

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As the temperatures continue to drop, we’re going to be spending more and more time lingering over DeNada’s super-soft cozy knits.

Salt & Sundry

Whether it’s the perfect fall scarf or entertainment decor for your harvest party, we always want all the things at DC’s Salt & Sundry boutique.

Curated

A girlfriend-friendly gift shop if we ever saw one, Old Town’s Curated store is filled with fun presents (like this mug) or pretty accessories (like these druzy studs).

She’s Unique

The minimalist vibe of this Old Town boutique’s jewelry means you can stack or layer as many of them as you like.

Nubian Hueman

Just to be clear…✊? Our @saxbehave in @blackonblackbk available at #nubianhueman.

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This Anacostia boutique is filled with ethnic apparel and accessories, and cool graphic sweatshirts like this one.

Maketto

Not only will you get to drool over the sneaker collection, you can also ogle matcha-filled donuts and lattes.

Cherry Blossom

Fans of fun prints and collectors of writing utensils and pretty notebooks will feel right at home in Cherry Blossom’s creativity-filled feed.

 

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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.