The retailers and shops on Washington’s main thoroughfare have opened their doors to shoppers, and some of them are taking orders.
Here are the retailers and shop owners in the city who have opened for business on Saturday:L’Oreal, which opened the first of its seven stores in the district on Friday, will offer men’s, women’s and children’s apparel, shoes, shoes and accessories.
The store will be located at the corner of 16th and K streets NW.
The new store will have a total of 20,000 square feet and will offer women’s, children’s and men’s clothing, accessories and footwear.
L’Oréal announced its first store in D.C. earlier this month, and the new store is expected to open by Thanksgiving.
Lace Up, a local chain of specialty lingerie stores, is open in the Capitol neighborhood.
The chain will offer bras, panties, swimwear, lingerie and a few other items.
Sasha’s, a women’s shoe store, is opening on K Street NW.
A boutique chain called The Jewel, which has a shop at 16th Street NW, is also open.
An assortment of boutiques, designer boutiques and boutiques that specialize in women’s fashion are also opening.
On Saturday, there will be a small display of jewelry and clothing that is part of the New York-based designer boutique.
The display is at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
The Capitol has seen a rash of closures recently, with Macy’s, Sears and Walgreens all closing in recent months.
The District is home to the second-largest concentration of U.S. retail stores in America, according to the American Council on Trustees and Alumni.
According to the National Retail Federation, there are more than 1,500 stores in Washington, D.J., and the city has more than 6,600 such stores, including more than a dozen in the District.