Georgetown's Three Sisters Equal Style Triple-Play

Photo by The Georgetown Dish
Lesley Murphy Lee and Linden Murphy light up 33rd Street with their signature sister style
Lesley Murphy Lee and Linden Murphy light up 33rd Street with their signature sister style
Your wardrobe needs updating. Whose wardrobe doesn't? You're not starting over. A few signature pieces that spiff up your look without breaking the bank are in order. But this is Washington. Clothes that can go to work, out for the evening, and can freshen up the weekend jeans look are hard to find. 

Meet The Three Sisters. If necessity is the mother of invention,
Linden Murphy helps a guest with a necklace she designed (Photo by: The Georgetown Dish) Linden Murphy helps a guest with a necklace she designed
these sisters can claim credit for bringing into the world a signature line of reasonably priced jackets, coats, jewelry and accessories that take an outfit from "flat" to "fabulous."

Why did they do it? They're Georgetowners. Well, one of them is a Georgetowner. Lesley Murphy Lee and her sisters Linden Murphy and Lisa Erdman created Three Sisters to answer
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a persistent need: unique elements in a wardrobe to give it panache without a total overhaul. It was the sisters' own desire for a "go to" piece that led them to design a line of limited edition coats and jackets. The hallmark of the collection is effortlessly sophisticated classics with an edge.  

Two of the Three Sisters, Lesley and Linden, showed their fall collection last week in Lesley's lovely home, once again saving not a few wardrobes
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from feeling blah. Not to mention the fun of running into neighbors and meeting new friends. With a glass of wine to boot.

The Three Sisters will display their fall collection this weekend Nov. 20-21 at
The Mayfield Market Christmas Bazaar
Connelly School of the Holy Child in Potomac. More news:  The Three Sisters now have a website, so their followers in Georgetown and beyond can get a fix of the cool clothing in between trunk shows and special events. Read more here.