Find everything from super-soft sweaters to bath products by Bloom at this U Street basement boutique.
From Washington D.C.'s U Street Corridor neighborhood store listing.
Long a favorite of hipsters on a budget, this simply decorated shop sells new and used clothing, much of it brought in by locals trading in their quality castoffs for cash.
From Washington D.C.'s Bethesda, MD neighborhood store listing.
Vintage clothing lovers will go nuts here, considering the wealth of '70s-inspired clothing and collectibles and slightly nutty interior (one hallway is painted like a forest and another room has an electric fireplace that "crackles" audibly).
From Washington D.C.'s Adams Morgan neighborhood store listing.
Second-hand clothes have charm, personality, history—and sometimes holes, stains and a whiff of previous owners. Experts explain how to repair the ravages of time.