Win It: $250 Of D.C.’s Chicest (and Most Sustainable!) Style

Hey District dwellers, are you looking for a shop with substance? Boy, have we got a contender: Nana, a vintage-meets-modern boutique with incredible style…and soul. Inspired by her grandmother’s timelessly chic panache, shop owner Jackie Flanagan wanted to create a one-of-a-kind shopper’s paradise that served up seriously unique style, without compromising quality or ethics. And let us tell you, she done good. It's home to innovative labels like Kelly Lane Design, Preloved, Meg, Lanyapi jewelry, and now the shop’s new locally made in-house line—aptly named Nana. This D.C. gem consciously offers independently produced, eco-friendly designs that are just as easy on the eyes as they are on the environment—think organic cotton, not burlap. And city girls, take note: Flanagan understands the wants and needs of the gal-about-town and makes sure to stock ultra-versatile pieces that’ll take you from work to play at a moment’s notice. Excited yet? There’s more. Nana is generously gifting $250 to one lucky Refinery29 reader to shop their mega-chic collection. Just enter your email address below, and you’re officially in the running! Crazy-cool fall style we can feel good about? Please and thank you!
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