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Riccardi Clothier

id: 28884264
1363 Wisconsin Ave NW (at Between Wisconsin Avenue and Potomac Street)
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 338-5300
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Restaurants , Apparel

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Food & Dining , Retail Shopping

Menu for Riccardi Clothier

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Fine Italian Men's Wear - Serving Distinguished Clientele

Owner Message

  • The Italians remain the undisputed leaders in the luxury menswear arena, and our twice-a-year visit to their showrooms and trade show displays reveal what stylish men will want to wear in the months ahead. In our store, we preview the collections that men will be wearing next fall/winter. We saw the sample suits, outerwear, shoes and accessories this past January in Florence and Milan, alongside the menswear buyers from the world's top department stores and specialty retailers as they selected what to carry in their own stores next fall. On many occasions, prices were not yet established and designers could not yet say whether select items would indeed be carried in certain corners of the world. But well-defined style trends and key pieces worthy of pre-orders emerged, and our collection will make sure you are among the first to know about them.

    Hot trends for men when the temperature drops will include the return of the three-piece suit, elbow patches on sport coats, knitwear as light as a cloud, Prince of Wales plaid, detachable fur collars and linings on outerwear, eco-friendly fabrics, high-tech performance fabrics, and exotic skins given a suede finish. And as seen for several seasons now, small details that only come from old-fashioned hand-tailoring (working button holes, hand-stitched lapels, custom linings and brush strokes on shoes) are codes for quality.

    * Alterations Available


  • Clyde's in Georgetown is the flagship location of this iconic D.C.-area chain; the restaurant was established on M Street in the early 1960s (when the less-settled area was still ruled by rowdy biker gangs) and has survived to this day to serve all-American classics amidst oil paintings and old-time posters in a stately dining room decorated in cherry wood and maroon booths.

  • 1/26/2010 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Sun 11am-5pm, Mon-Sat 10am-9pm
  • Payments:

    Visa, Discover, Master Card, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    Georgetown, Northwest, Northwest Washington