When you're socializing in Washington, it's inevitable that you're going to run into people with titles and you must be ready to address them properly, or you'll risk looking like a total transplant. Whether you want to invite a governor to your wedding or impress the next ambassador you meet, here are some already established protocols on how to address the bigwigs:
There are a bunch of art receptions and parties taking place in Washington over the next few days, including Matt Sesow's wacky "Beautiful People" exhibition, Art Soiree's weekly party on the Beacon Hotel roof, 20-something Fawna Xiao's screenprinting at Tabula Rasa and more:
Go HERE for more photos by Joy Asico, and TAG yourself and your friends! On Monday night, Luigi Parasmo Salon in Georgetown celebrated its one year anniversary. Guests--many of them clients of the upscale salon--enjoyed decadent cheesecake, taco and deviled egg bites by Design Cuisine, wine, champagne, and music by DJ Steve Starks of Nouveau Riche.
With heat waves looming around the corner, what better fabric to stay cool in this summer than lace? Lace is light and fun, not to mention everyone can pull it off. You'll feel nice and light in these pieces, all while still managing to look chic and on-trend. Bring out your inner flower child with some of our wardrobe picks. Between comfy, lace dresses and cute, crochet TOMS, you'll definitely want to read on for more. More>>
While the weather is getting hot, the food scene is getting hotter! From whiskey tastings to the most underrated restaurant in all of DC, we've got you covered for this weekend's dining endeavors. Check out these five places to take your date this weekend!
This Saturday, we are partying cabaret-style at Opera Ultra Lounge at 1400 I Street NW. Between bottles, watch models in fashions by Bolivian designer Sabe Mazzi, pose for Guest of a Guest photographers, and dance to house mixes under their infamous carousel lights to DJ Deemo and DJ Rise.
The weather is bright in the nation's capital and Washingtonian living is easy...if you have an air conditioner, that is. The district can get especially stuffy over the summer, and we're not just talking about the unbearable DC humidity. To escape the city's bustling heat wave and social scene, travel easy and relax at these seven stylishly serene vacation spots close to Washington, even if only for a weekend.
This past week, gays and the people who loved them celebrated Capitol Pride. Festivities included the three P's: parades, performances, and parties. Check out some of our favorite colorful Instagrams from Pride Weekend in the District:
Join us this Thursday as we celebrate the 1-year anniversary of Wilson Tavern! Come by this Thursday for steep drink specials, Guest of a Guest photographers, bench dancing, and $10 all-you-can-eat crab legs to celebrate 365 days of Wilson Tavern.