There are so many great local businesses to support in Washington, D.C., and that should extend to your fashion choices as well.

Here are three beautiful, locally-owned shops in D.C., where you can pick up some seriously stylish finds, from shoes to clothes to accessories.

Hu’s Shoes and Hu’s Wear

2906 M Street NW, Washington, D.C., 20007 Located in the stylish shopping-friendly neighborhood of Georgetown, Hu’s Shoes and Hu’s Wear have become the destinations for curated luxury finds. Marlene Hu, the owner of both shops (situated across the street from each other), travels to high-fashion destinations like New York, Milan, and Paris to handpick the selections for her store. She works on finding the best styles for her customers -- a boldly creative vision that emphasizes uniqueness and impeccable quality. Hu’s collection consists of ready-to-wear designer pieces, shoes, handbags, and accessories. The moment you walk into the store you’ll receive highly-customized customer service, and the store takes great care to maintain the same customers over the years. It’s also a pleasant place to shop with clean, minimal décor and a few eccentric accent pieces, like a bright rug or interesting print. If you prefer to shop Hu’s online, you can do so at their website here. [caption id="attachment_9290" align="aligncenter" width="1023"]local Courtesy of husonline.com[/caption]

Tiny Jewel Box

1155 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, D.C., 20036 Tiny Jewel Box has been family-owned for over 85 years. The friendly customer service, reliability, and selection have made it a Washington, D.C., institution and kept in business for that long. The store offers a variety of jewelry. You can buy engagement rings here, and you’ll even have an option of customizing the one you choose. Or if vintage is your thing, Tiny Jewel Box has a very impressive collection of vintage jewelry that will be sure to make your engagement different than any other. You can also shop for tons of other unique pieces, from earrings to necklaces, to bracelets, to watches. And you're even able to work with the in-house designers to create your own personal design. Take a look at what the store has to offer online before you head there in person. [caption id="attachment_9291" align="aligncenter" width="650"]local Courtesy of capitolfile-magazine.com[/caption]

Proper Topper

1350 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, D.C., 20036 Proper Topper is an adorable little shop off of Dupont Circle. Originally, owner Anna Fuhrman opened it as a millinery store, specializing in funky hats, but since its beginning in 1990, the store has expanded to selling clothing, accessories, and décor. It’s still family-run, with Anna’s husband and 11-year-old daughter each playing a part in making sure the business operates smoothly. Everything about this store is just cute. The moment you walk in, you’re surrounded with interesting and bright knick-knacks. If you were looking for the perfect Washington, D.C., print, coffee table book, or trinket to add to your home, you’ve come to the right place. It’s also a great spot to pick out gifts for your friends or others visiting town. You can also shop for cute summer dresses and accessories like beaded necklaces, locally made earrings, edgy cuff bracelets, and more. And if you’re headed to a garden party or want to pretend you’re part of the British royal family, you’ll be able to pick out a fabulous hat. Shop online here, but make sure to stop by the store as well for the most authentic experience. [caption id="attachment_9292" align="aligncenter" width="780"]local Courtesy of wheretraveler.com[/caption] Can’t get enough of shopping local in Washington, D.C? Check out four more local shops around the city that each provide value and personality to their neighborhoods. Or just love shopping in general? Discover these decor shops on 14th Street and these fun consignment and vintage stores! Which Washington, D.C.-based business is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

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