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6 Reasons You'll Love The New Georgetown Bonobos Shop

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    One of the biggest perks of having a style-conscious BF (or an exceptionally well-dressed man-pal) is the exclusive right to borrow from his closet. After all, no sweater fits as perfectly as the one that's been broken in by your main squeeze.

    Luckily, you can stop the constant borrowing and pick up your own stock of boyfriend-worthy duds at Bonobos' new Georgetown Guideshop, which opens in Cady's Alley tomorrow. (And, obviously, you should do the right thing and bring your male counterpart.) The showroom-style space highlights nearly everything that's available for purchase on the online menswear site, so visitors can try on gear and place orders right on the spot. (Yes, there's a delayed-gratification component at work here — but we assure you, it's worth it.) We've rounded up the items that we'd scoop for our own closets — think nautical sweaters and perfect oxford shirts for spring — to achieve that oh-so-perfect boyfriend-y silhouette. Click through to see what we're coveting, and if you book an appointment by February 15, reference REFINERY29 in the Notes section and save 20% off purchases of $150 or more. What's not to love?

    Bonobos Guideshop Georgetown, 3320 Cady's Alley NW; 301-986-7949.

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