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The District has long had a reputation for being a city full of people with a staid fashion sense. Politicians, lawyers, government workers and officials get a bad rap for being…well, boring. So much so, that three separate WAMU listeners used our ‘What’s With Washington?’ portal to ask some version of the question: Why don’t Washingtonians take more fashion risks? We’ve been asking experts for their opinion on the matter – and want to hear yours.
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