By Caitlin Karna

10. Urban Outfitters

Photo by Allie Little

Photo by Allie Little

I love Urban’s unique window display focused on combining many pieces to create a mismatched look that works. The window is plastered with decals of all shapes and sizes and Urban’s mannequins rock the loose and comfy layers, combining sweaters, vests, and plenty of dark colors perfect for the beginning of fall.

9. L’Occitane

Photo by Allie Little Photo by Allie Little

L’Occitane’s display is an eye-popper!  You can’t miss this sweet little display when walking down M Street. Currently, they are advertising their new anti-aging skincare called Divine Youth. A must see!!

 

8. Rag & Bone

Photo by Allie Little

Photo by Allie Little

Rag & Bone always has the aura of mystery and enticement, and their window display reflects just that. With the dark lighting highlighting the main pieces of the store, the window is simple with the sleek red leather and suede dress and cozy plaid poncho, showing the perfect transition into colder weather.

 

7. All Saints

Photo by Allie Little

Photo by Allie Little

The new fall collection at All Saints is called ‘Rip it up,’ as presented at New York Fashion Week. Leather, our favorite fall to winter staple stands out in the window, paired with an oversized sweater or a sleek blouse. All Saints loves black and white and is the epitome of edgy.

 

6. Vineyard Vines

Photo by Allie Little

Photo by Allie Little

Ah, who could forget the Georgetown classic? Vineyard Vines is taking summer styles of bright, warm colors and simply transferring them to work for the fall. Turtlenecks, cords, and pullovers are here to “sweater the weather.”

 

5. Madewell

Photo by Allie Little

Photo by Allie Little

I want the Madewell mannequins’ outfits in my tiny dorm closet! They are the picture of versatility—each piece could be worn with anything. Once again the leather jacket reappears but paired with a pop of color in the scarf and blouse. Plus, booties are back and ready to hit the cobblestone!

 

4. Jack Spade

Photo by Allie Little

Photo by Allie Little

This one goes out to our classy gents. Jack Spade’s (yes, the husband of Kate Spade) window highlights the Benton Suit to match the interior of the store, which is designed after a haberdashery, complete with a color-coordinated bookshelf and matches for smoking.

 

3. Ralph Lauren

Photo by Allie Little

Photo by Allie Little

Ralph’s display looks like it came straight out of a Harry Potter film in the best way possible. Wool blazers, distressed jeans, cashmere sweaters, and scarves galore—it made me feel like I was sipping tea on a brisk morning in England. Class act.

2. Anthropologie

Photo by Allie Little

Photo by Allie Little

Anthro never disappoints. The little house on M street was the portrait of fall. The visual team at Anthro prides themselves with their natural elements portrayed in each display, especially the wood and leaves surrounding the gorgeous dress-vest combo. Not to mention the wheat surrounding the fall-infused home and kitchenware. Plus, BHLDN’s (pronounced Beholden) wedding concept, called “guilded metallic” was adorned with bright feathers that will transition beautifully into the holiday season. Bravo.

 

1. Kate Spade

Photo by Allie Little

Photo by Allie Little

At last, Kate has taken the cake. The window’s theme is Shanghai, with Chinese lanterns celebrating the colors of fall with hues of red, black, white, and nude, all centered around the iconic red dress on the mannequin. Inside the store, the theme shifts to Tokyo for the end of summer, highlighting cheetah prints, and bright neons. Bold, bright, and beautiful, Kate Spade is a definite shoo-in for hilltop voGUe’s number one window display in Georgetown.

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