Find winter’s hottest finds at these NoVA clothing stores

Whether you want to refresh your wardrobe for the coming year or want to find the perfect gift for your trendy friend, shop local at these trendy boutiques.

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The Beehive

Any store filled with Hunter Bell’s ‘grand-millennium’ patchwork coats and plush Prairie frock coats, Clare V.’s poppy shoulder straps and Ulla Johnson’s ultra-stylish wide belts is a store worth checking out. . Its airy aesthetic puts style in the spotlight (even high-end sweatshirts, like a purple puff-sleeve version of Sea, are ready for their big moment), and the helpful staff will help you find your perfect fit. The same can be said for sister spot The Shoe Hive. It’s right down the block and keeps you well-stocked with everything from expensive Golden Goose sneakers to affordable Sam Edelman pumps. 301, rue Cameron (La Ruche); 127 S. Fairfax St. (The Shoe Hive), Alexandria —KS

The Chance Knot

This nautical store leans on its setting just steps from the water in Old Town Alexandria – preppy checkered choices anchor almost every shelf – but that’s why you come here with your guests from outside. the city. The boutique, which also has a location in Leesburg, offers casual Gretchen Scott dresses (in black, navy, and that ubiquitous tartan), looks from designers Vineyard Vines and Lilly Pulitzer, and locally-branded clothing. For the gentlemen? Holebrook sweaters and fun printed socks from K. Bell. Pick up a pair of Rainbow flip flops for lasting SoCal style and a Barbour vest to keep you warm from deck to hot toddlers on land. 101 & 103 King St., Alexandria; 9 N. King St., Leesburg —KS

Undeniable shop

This Mosaic District stop is more than just a shopping destination; it’s a self-proclaimed fashionista community. With interior design that whispers “New York loft meets runway chic,” this clothing boutique exudes confidence that feels contagious. And you’re bound to find something you like among its racks, with brands like Veronica M, THML, Just Black, and Naked Zebra. With an average store-wide price of $ 66, what’s not to love? In addition to the shopping experience, Undeniable Boutique hosts monthly theme nights and free virtual or in-store style appointments. 2920 District Avenue, Ste. 140, Fairfax —MH


Glam, avant-garde, bohemian, everything comes together in this boutique in Leesburg edited by experts. The perfect blend of avant-garde and classic, Madisonbelle is here to bring you outfits you’ll feel confident in, from Johnny Was blouses and handcrafted jewelry to the perfect pair of jeans (AG and Paige are favorite brands). . Professional styled services and a custom styled box are also provided by the friendly staff led by owner Shelley Scheerschmidt. 5 rue Loudoun SE, Leesburg —MH

Chloe from Middleburg

This girly boutique on the main drag in Middleburg evokes the feeling of hanging out with your best friends on a Friday night. Whether you’re looking for the perfect dress to wear for a winter wedding or just something casual but cute to slip on for a Saturday afternoon (we love French Bulldog-embellished t-shirts), Chloe’s is the perfect boutique for you. help find an outfit that makes you feel better. From fun prints and stylish accessories to home fragrances and bath bombs inspired by influential women such as Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou and Amelia Earhart, you won’t leave here without something in your hands. 12 E. Washington Street, Middleburg —MH

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Gossip on the 23rd

“This is our happy place” is screen printed on the wall of this Ballston Quarter clothing store, and with the helpful store employees eager to help you create the perfect outfit, this will soon be your happy place too. The trendy space offers plenty of fun finds, from cheeky tees and flowing bohemian dresses to chic wrap-around blouses and corduroy shackets (jacket-shirts) in mustard, khaki or gray. 4238 Wilson Blvd., Unit 2250, Arlington —KO

The Highcliffe Clothiers

Chrysalis, Henry Sage, Wiley Brothers, and Saxx are just a few of the chic brands you can find in this haberdashery that caters to both men and women. Take a look in this shop and you will see a nice mix of traditional and modern. In addition to the ready-to-wear collections, the store also offers a bespoke clothing service aimed at making each option a perfect fit for the wearer. And they don’t slack off when it comes to accessories either – from sock garters and collar bars to cufflinks, Highcliffe has you covered for any occasion. 112 W. Washington St., Middleburg —MH

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Anne G. Cash