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Brooks Brothers Opens in Georgetown

Washington, DC (October 7th, 2011) – Georgetown welcomed the new Brooks Brothers mega space Wednesday, October 5, 2011. During the opening, portions of the purchases made from that evening were donated to The Trust for the National Mall, the official non-profit partner of the National Park Service dedicated to restoring and improving the National Mall.

Brooks Brothers Georgetown Washington, DC

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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.
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Brooks Brothers Georgetown, Washington, DC. Photo by Michael Woestehoff.

The 20, 000 square foot space, which used to be the former Potter Barn, sits pretty in plaid and tweed, now offered Washington’s best dressed a new spot to shop. This store is three floors of polished brass, cherry, oak, pearls, boots and bowties. The best part is their Collegiate Collection. Check it out yourself on M and 31st street today.

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