While not as star-studded as New York City's Fashion Night Out, in Georgetown there were lots of fashionistas stomping around in their high heels and hot outfits with the boyfriend in tow, who was wearing something nice for a change. Even the second-hand shop was open and I got a fox stole. I spent the rest of the evening trying to imagine how I would wear it during the upcoming cooler months. I might even have to knit something to help show off the new purchase.
What a fun idea to have all the clothing stores open and parties everywhere. Thank you, Anna Wintour. The sidewalks in Georgetown were clogged with people waiting in line to get in. But the sidewalk itself seemed to be a party venue. People were having fun in place. The coffee house at Wisconsin and P streets had a jazz trio playing cool blues, a great backdrop to small, extravagant purchases.
The best events are always the ones that fire the imagination, anyway. DC's Fashion Night Out certainly did that. Can't wait for next year!