Hugh & Crye New Store

We Moved!

Our quaint Georgetown shop served us well for four years, but as the boxes slowly started taking over, it became clear we’d outgrown the space. Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been packing up our old offices at WeWork and 3212 O Street to make the transition to our new home at 300 Tingey Street SE. As of Friday, we have officially moved out of Georgetown and into The Yards!

When does the new shop open? 
We’re planning a grand opening for the beginning of April. In the meantime, if you’d like to drop by for local pickup or to try a few shirts on, please do! Just give us a heads-up beforehand as we won’t be keeping regular hours. Send us a note at, Tweet us @hughandcrye, or give us a call 202-250-3807.


Check out photos from the H&C move and a first look at the new location after the jump!


| Posted in Behind the Scenes, DC, News |
Traveler Shirt

The True Meaning of Traveler

Last year, Angie and Sean Holman did what many of us only daydream about: They quit their jobs and traveled the world. In order to keep their baggage light, they each brought just two shirts. Sean chose wisely and packed his Hugh & Crye Traveler shirt.

From Zimbabwe to India to Thailand, the shirt made its way around the world and back in one piece. It’s pretty incredible to see a shirt we designed to be the traveler’s faithful necessity truly serve its intended purpose.

“Even at the end of our trip it looked great. We just moved to California to start new jobs and he wore it on his first day,” said Angie. “I still can’t believe a shirt worn that much, washed in rivers and sinks all over the world, and squished into a backpack for a year, could stay looking so new.”

Check out Sean and Angie’s travel blog Where is Seangie? for more stories from their travels.

| Posted in #goodpeople, News |

The Professionals Collection

We’re excited to announce the launch of our new Professionals Collection—a series of timeless dress shirts with understated patterns and semi-spread collars. In other words, shirts you wear to work.

Featuring subtle stripes and checks in a blue and white palette, the Professionals are refined yet friendly. You’re not Gordon Gekko. You’re a good dude who works hard and succeeds without having to compromise your integrity. These dress shirts were designed for you.

Named after the bustling streets of London, these shirts serve as a tribute to a city that epitomizes timeless style and tailored fit. Cut from 100% Egyptian cotton sourced from Italy, the Professionals feature back darts and the signature Hugh & Crye tapered cut for a fit that rivals custom.

Chancery Check Shirt Slim Fit


Kingsway Blue Stripe Dress Shirt


Whitehall Light Blue Stripe Dress Shirt


The Professionals Collection was photographed by Kate Warren around and above Kalorama, a historic neighborhood of Washington, DC, known for its diplomatic residences. See more photos from the shoot after the jump!


| Posted in News, Style |
Phil Torres

H&C 10,000 Feet Under the Sea

Our shirts are worn in all 50 states and more than 50 countries worldwide. But we weren’t expecting one to be worn 10,000 feet under water.

Phil Torres is an entomologist and expert contributor on Al Jazeera America’s TechKnow. He’s also an H&C customer with some pretty incredible stories of adventure. Just last month, Phil reported live from 10,000 feet underwater in submarine Alvin wearing a Hugh & Crye Fitted T-Shirt. So now we can say our shirts have been two miles under water. Thanks, Phil!

Check out more photos from the dive below and on Phil’s Instagram.

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Meadow Brook

The Pocket Cocktail

In this series, we pair one of our new print pocket squares with a delicious cocktail. One starts a conversation, the other keeps it going.


The Rob Roy

[inspired by our Meadow Brook pocket square]

2 ounces of Blended Scotch Whiskey
1 ounce sweet vermouth
2 dashes of Angostura bitters
1 lemon peel for garnish

In a shaker filled with ice, add the Scotch whiskey, sweet vermouth, and bitters. Stir to chill. Strain into a martini glass and top with a lemon peel.

Recipe and photo courtesy of The Kitchn.

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Hugh & Crye Wedding

Eric & Sarah’s DC Wedding

We’re incredibly humbled whenever a guy chooses to wear Hugh & Crye, but especially so when it’s for his wedding day. H&C customer Eric and his now-wife Sarah recently got married at the Carnegie Institute for Science in the heart of D.C., followed by a photo shoot at Nationals Park. The groomsmen all happened to be wearing our Langdon shirt.

“We love D.C. so much and, despite the fact that we are both from elsewhere, this has really become our home. So we really wanted to showcase tons of local stuff for all of our out of town guests,” said Eric. “That meant flowers from Eastern Market, Green Hat Gin cocktails, and DC Brau beer. It also meant that we wanted the groomsmen outfitted in the best D.C. has to offer, and, obviously, that’s Hugh and Crye.”

Congratulations, Sarah and Eric!

DC Wedding in Hugh & Crye

DC Wedding in Hugh & Crye

Photography by Sam Dingley

| Posted in News, Wedding |

Michael Goldstein of SwitchPitch

Our customers are extraordinary people with stories that inspire us. One such customer is Michael Goldstein who recently appeared on Real Money with Ali Velshi wearing our Piedmont shirt.

Michael is the founder of SwitchPitch, a role-reversal event where established companies pitch funded innovation projects to early stage startups looking for partners. It’s a pretty inventive concept that helps breakout startups connect with companies such as Samsung, Microsoft, and HP. Check out the full feature here.

| Posted in #goodpeople, News |
Fawn and Minty Dog Pocket Cocktail


The Pocket Cocktail
In this series, we pair one of our new print pocket squares with a delicious cocktail. One starts a conversation, the other keeps it going.


Minty Dog

[inspired by our Fawn pocket square]

1.5 oz grapefruit juice
1.5 oz gin
mint sugar


This cocktail is a classic Salty Dog with a peppermint twist. Moisten the rim of your glass with some grapefruit juice. Turn the glass over and press it into a small dish of mint sugar (mix fresh mint leaves and sugar in a food processor or bowl) to coat the rim. Shake juice and gin in a shaker, and then strain into the glass.

Recipe and photo courtesy of Two Tarts.

| Posted in News, Pocket Cocktail |
Giving Tuesday Martha's Table

Give a Shirt Today and Every Day

You may have stocked up on fitted shirts during our Black Friday Sale, but that doesn’t mean your old shirts should go to waste. We believe in responsible consumption, and in the spirit of Giving Tuesday, we want to remind you of our clothing donation program with Martha’s Table.

Instead of exiling your old dress shirts to the back of your closet, bring them to us. We’ll give you 10% off your next order (includes all full-priced shirts except Classics) and donate the shirts on your behalf to Martha’s Outfitters, where they’ll find a new home with someone who can really use them.

There’s no limit to the number of times you can donate shirts, and we offer the discount year-round.

Not in DC? No problem! Simply send us a picture of you donating your old shirts to the local charity of your choice to


We hope you join us in helping Martha’s Table and other local charities today and every day. And of course, whether Hugh & Crye shirts are involved or not, we encourage you to visit (and donate to) Martha’s Table, at 2114 14th Street NW, Washington DC.

| Posted in DC, Martha's Outfitters, News |
Pocket Cocktail Scarlet


The Pocket Cocktail
In this series, we pair one of our new print pocket squares with a delicious cocktail. One starts a conversation, the other keeps it going.


Cherry Whiskey Smash

[inspired by our Scarlet pocket square]

1 ounce Jack Daniel’s
1 ounce cherry juice
1/2 ounce amaretto
1/2 ounce ginger brandy
2 ounces cherry cola
5 maraschino cherries


Add cherries to the bottom of the glass and muddle until smashed. Add ice. In a cocktail shaker, add Jack Daniel’s, cherry juice, amaretto, and brandy. Shake for 15 seconds to combine. Pour over ice, then top off with cherry cola and stir. Serve with additional cherries if desired. This recipe makes one, but you can easy double (or triple) it if necessary.

Recipe and photo courtesy of How Sweet It Is.

| Posted in News, Pocket Cocktail |