Baked & Wired | #AnnInDC

Photos by: Lisa Chiu
I guess you can say that I am somewhat of a native to D.C. I was born in Baltimore, however, I moved to the D.C. suburbs when I was five years old. I moved away from the area for several years after graduating high school, but every time I made the trip back home, I longed to be back in my hometown again. I landed an amazing job in this area and moved back 8 months ago. I’m falling in love with my hometown all over again.
I was thrilled when Ann Taylor asked me to show off my favorite spots in the city. I have two more to show you later this week, but first, I had to share my favorite cupcake spot in Georgetown. And no, it is not Georgetown Cupcake. Behold Baked and Wired. This is the local’s spot for cupcakes. They also have amazing coffee and tea (grab a Vietnamese coffee for me if you do decide to go!)
Baked and Wired is located on 1052 Thomas Jefferson St NW.

Dress and Purse c/o Ann Taylor

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  1. Cute dress and pretty smile

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  2. I go to school in Boston and love our Georgetown Cupcakes shop! Love your nautical dress!
    xo Tia |

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  3. Adorable! Makes me want cupcakes, YUM! Definitely have to go check out this local spot whenever I’m in the area!

    Corbin Bruton
    The Classy South

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  4. Ashliegh wrote:

    Love your dress and your toenail polish color! Is it weird that I noticed it? Whatever, it’s gorgeous, haha!

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  5. In love with your blog, I live about 45 minutes from DC! Your dress is beautiful.

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  6. Best place in DC for cupcakes for sure! Lovely look Alicia.

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  7. Sarah wrote:

    I was in DC back in March, and we stopped by Baked & Wired — had the red velvet and it was definitely delicious! And I was also super impressed the line moved so quickly.

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  8. I LOVE BAKED AND WIRED! I spent a semester interning/studying in D.C., and I fell in love with the city. When I went off to intern in France, I was sad that I wasn’t in D.C.! Hopefully i’ll be back there with you in the near future. 🙂 Lucky girl, enjoy D.C. for me!

    xoxo Chloe | Wanderlust in the Midwest

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    • P.S. lots of D.C. natives don’t even know about this museum so major props if you do, but visit the Hillwood Estate. It’s a 3/4-mile walk from the Van Ness/UDC metro stop, and it’s the hidden gem of D.C. I tell everybody about it, I’d spend hours there when I’d go!

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