A Social Club

Dandies & Quaintrelles (est. 2009), a Washington, DC based social group, organizes and hosts vintage-inspired, stylish events in partnership with and in support of noble causes. D&Q is founded on the ideals of refined style and purposeful living. For more information, contact us.

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The Seersucker Social Returns on Saturday June 18, 2016

Save the date and sort out your sartorial situation for our spring ride and social. In addition to our leisurely ride through the city, our post-ride picnic this year will be BYOP (bring your own picnic) and free to all! Visit our Facebook page often for more updates (that pesky algorithm makes our posts appear [...]

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Dandies do Deco!

  Don your best vintage threads and join us for a Saturday evening full of 1930s Hollywood glamour, wit, and sophistication. The Art Deco Society Of Washington DC​, in partnership with AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center​, are hosting a special screening of the Oscar-winning The Thin Man at the beautifully restored art deco Silver [...]

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Upload your photos from our lucky 7th annual DC Tweed Ride.

    The day’s weather began with dreary rain clouds but cleared to offer picture perfect conditions. It was truly one of our best afternoon rides around some of our city’s finest sights. We’ve seen some stunning images from the day. Upload your favorite shots to our Flickr group photo pool! We love sharing your best photos in [...]

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7th Annual DC Tweed Ride: Registration is open and tickets to the party are on sale!

Three cheers for fall! October 25 is just a few short weeks away, so plan your look, tune up that vintage bike, and snag your ticket for the 7th annual DC Tweed Ride and Jazz-Age Jam at Roofers Union! Register for the ride and get your party tickets here!   *2014 DC Tweed Ride and [...]

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Save the date. On Sunday, October 25, 2015, the DC Tweed Ride returns!

  Details to come soon!  Ride registration & after party ticket sales begin on September 23

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A Saturday evening ride to see the Impossible!

WHAT: An 8 mile, 45-minute bike ride up the Capital Crescent Trail from Georgetown to Bethesda to see the last evening show for Happenstance Theatre’s Impossible Circus (more about the show below). WHEN: THIS SATURDAY! July 11, 2015, 6-11 pm WHERE: Ride leaves from right in front of Malmaison, 3401 Water St NW, Washington, DC 20007 [...]

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2015 Seersucker Social Photo Pool: Share your favorite images here!

We lucked out Dandies! A very well dressed crowd, dry weather and cooling evening temperatures made for a delightful ride. The setting sun provided spectacular lighting for snapping shutters and keen eyes. We’ve created a space for sharing photos from this past Saturday with the idea that photos can be used to promote future D&Q [...]

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Join us on June 13, 2015. Get your Seersucker Social Tickets Here…

Don’t get left behind! Get your tickets, now! We’ll start with an afternoon of pre-ride activities at the National Museum of African Art, followed by an early evening vintage-inspired bike ride that ends with a sunset stroll and picnic by the Potomac river, before we head to the post-ride party at Malmaison. The day’s schedule: 12 – 5:30pm: African [...]

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2015 Seersucker Social, Museum Exhibits, Dancing, Bike Ride, Music, Dandies, Night Party

  We’ll start with an afternoon of pre-ride activities at the National Museum of African Art, followed by an early evening vintage-inspired bike ride that ends with a sunset stroll and picnic by the Potomac river, before we head to the post-ride party at Malmaison. The day’s schedule: 12 – 5:30pm: African Art Museum Garden Party & Afropolitan Exhibit [...]

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2014 DC Tweed Ride Photo Pool

  More than 450 of us braved the gloomy early morning weather and met at Malcolm X Park on Sunday to kick off the 6th Annual Tweed Ride. By noon, the sun was out and the winds had gone from gale force to slightly less than gale force. Shortly after 1 pm, we hit the [...]