"We're classic American fashion with a twist," said shop owner Ethan Drath, a.k.a. the best spokesman ever for his brand. When I visited the shop, he was dressed the way more men ought to, in finely fitting garments complete with a pocket square.With the ever-increasing popularity of social events like the Seersucker Social and the Tweed Ride, there's a renewed demand in the city for a shop that sells classic American fashions. Enter Sherman Pickey. Named after a rescue dog and cat, this Georgetown shop has everything you need to outfit yourself for the above events, a day on the yacht, or at least a day during which you wish to be on a yacht. It's pretty much nonstop elegance here, but in a fun and casual way. We're talking finely tailored pants and sport jackets for men (pair it with a bright tie or bow tie for a modern, stylish look) and colorful tunics, dresses and maybe even a pinafore or two for women. "We're classic American fashion with a twist," said shop owner Ethan Drath, a.k.a. the best spokesman ever for his brand. When I visited the shop last week, he was dressed the way more men ought to, in finely fitting garments complete with a playful pocket square. "We pay a lot of attention to silhouette and detail," he continued, meaning forget the stereotypical pleated pant for men, or dowdy dress for women. Here you'll find updated classic pieces that will stand the test of time. These are clothes you can wear multiple seasons on multiple boats. And yes, also to work, to dinner and to just about everywhere else.
Men's and Women's Clothing
Tuesday - Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.