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Halloween Town is the perfect place to find everything Halloween year round. If you are looking for the perfect costume the store has costumes that range from cute to frightening and elaborate to simple. The store is very large and has a lot of scary props, collectibles, furniture, wigs and make-up. Young children may be a little scared because of the spooky props and how the store is themed like a haunted house. Explore this quirky store and discover something spooky!
Stocked to the brim with vintage clothing for men, women and children, alongside home decor and furnishings from the 40s, Playclothes is a vintage wonderland. The spacious store boasts a staggering array to choose from, with a little something of everything from the 1920s to the 1980s. If you have something specific in mind, just ask and you will find that the staff are more than happy to help. However, if you're here to browse, be warned that you could easily lose a few hours amidst the racks and aisles of Playclothes, happily rifling through the fantastic garments on offers. The store is favorite with stylists looking for vintage garb; a fact that should clue you in on the authenticity and quality of the clothing sold here. The collection is vast when compared with most vintage stores, but is curated to ensure that every piece is in top condition. Head to Playclothes to inject some of that timeless, vintage style to you're everyday look.
Blast From The Past is the place to go to find to look through their comic book selection and find that rare action figure or movie memorabilia. The store has more than 5,000 action figures and 2,000 movie posters. The staff is very helpful, knowledgeable and you can debate the merits of a comic book for an entire day. If you love TV, movies, and comic books then this store can't be missed!
For vintage kings and queens, antique hunters, and Los Angeles style-mavens, Magnolia Park is the worthy successor to Melrose. Start your day at a yoga studio or a ride through the Chandler Bike Path, a two-mile bikeway on former Chandler Boulevard. Take a break a local pizza or coffee joint, and indulge the afternoon in some of the best vintage shopping in southern California. The neighborhood welcomes the infusion of hipster cool, and organizes with local merchants nights out with food, music, and late-night shopping.
Located just a few miles from the Warner Brothers Studio and Disney Studios, this unique store offers clothing which was once worn in film and television—at deeply discounted prices! Take a look at the price tag to see what show featured the piece and browse through the selection of clothing from blockbuster movies, popular dramas, and beloved sitcoms. Most of the clothing was worn by extras, but once in awhile you'll discover something worn by a star. It's A Wrap sells shoes, dresses, shirts, pants, lingerie and other accessories. After you buy your outfit make sure to watch the movie or TV show to see if you can spot your new style on the screen!
This quirky artisan gift shop is chock full of locally-made art, jewelry, accessories, sculptures, trinkets, and knick-knacks. The light-filled store has friendly staff, and features the work of about 100 North American artists and artisans. There’s a whimsical, tasteful quality to all the items, so the store is a perfect place to get a unique gift for someone who has refined tastes. Mindfulnest also crafts its own lotions and perfumes, and has significant sales often.