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3068 Mt. Pleasant St., Washington, D.C. 20009, United States

Opened in 2003, Nana is a locally minded women’s clothing boutique that showcases independent American designers, many of whom use sustainable, organic and/or recycled fabrics. The store sells vintage-inspired and handmade items, such as dresses made of recycled fabric from designer Preloved. In addition, it carries owner Jackie Flanagan’s tunics and dresses sold under the house label. The inventory also includes jewelry and handbags, as well as unique finds like locally made lipgloss by Haughty. Nana’s selection of items from emerging designers, like Dagg & Stacey and Kelly Lane Design, has made the store a go-to destination for those seeking a classic, yet fashion-forward look.

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Nana, Washington, D.C.

Opened in 2003, Nana is a locally minded women’s clothing boutique that showcases independent American designers, many of whom use sustainable, organic and/or recycled fabrics. The store sells vintage-inspired and handmade items, such as dresses made of recycled fabric from designer Preloved. In addition, it carries owner Jackie Flanagan’s tunics and dresses sold under the house label. The inventory also includes jewelry and handbags, as well as unique finds like locally made lipgloss by Haughty. Nana’s selection of items from emerging designers, like Dagg & Stacey and Kelly Lane Design, has made the store a go-to destination for those seeking a classic, yet fashion-forward look.