In DC, Urban is The New Suburban

Washington DC Real EstateThe D.C. market is hot and buyers are looking for proximity to entertainment and smaller, more energy-efficient spaces. (Photo public domain)

Whether we’ve worn Coco Chanel’s little black dress or an impeccably tailored Ralph Lauren tuxedo, it’s clear that black evening attire has long been associated with elegance, both understated and timeless. In 1983, however, the late Italian fashion designer Gianfranco Ferre gave us the freedom to try something new by proclaiming that grey was the new black.

The assertion that X is the new Y is something we now hear frequently. As we age we’re told that 30 is the new 20 or that 50 is the new 30. The Netflix television series tells us that orange, not grey, is now the new black.

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Authored By Valerie Blake – See the Full Story at The Washington Blade

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