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This charming little Silver Lake boutique holds a bounty of hidden gems. From household trinkets, cookbooks, jewelry and handbags to lotions, Clover will have you in a tizzy with all the lovely goodies it carries. Aside from the accessories, Clover also carries men and women's clothing, notably designer denim. Bohemian meets modern for the items found here, making it a quintessential Los Angeles shop.
Ross Dress For Less, as the name suggests, is fashion at budget-friendly prices. Find some of the best deals on men's, women's and kids' fashion at Ross Dress For Less. They also showcase a variety of fancy and appealing home decor items such as bedding materials, kitchenware, bathroom accessories, dining room and garden furniture. With 20-60 per cent discount on reputed brands, it lets you shop without having to burn a hole in your pocket. Keep an eye out on their website where they regularly update about their new arrivals and post information on clearance sales.
The Way We Wore is a treasure house of modern vintage fashions curated by Doris Raymond, who founded the original Way We Wore store in San Francisco in the early 1980s. The store has a local and international reputation for the quality and variety of its 20th-century vintage fashion wear, including haute couture, sportswear, evening wear, museum quality pieces, and originals and replicas of designer gowns. Raymond runs a resource design library next door, available for a visit by appointment only.
Jauntily hip and attractively artsy, this conglomerate of stores and eateries - a mini-mall of sorts, if you wish - is a worthy addition to the Hollywood lifestyle and entertainment scene. Among other outlets, you will find featured here an Urban Outfitters, a superb Hennessey-Ingalls bookstore, an Umami Burger and a few exhibition spaces, all clustered ingenuously around a cozy inner courtyard, where outdoor band performances, free screenings and other such events are held on a regular basis. A third Sunday of the month is a particularly fetching time to pay Space15Twenty a visit, as that is when a bustling flea market takes place, an event immensely popular and invariably crowded with determined bargain shoppers. Putting a few extra bold strokes onto the canvas of local arts and culture, Space15Twenty offers an array of shopping and activities throughout the year.
This vintage-clothing store is the favorite choice of hip men and women. Wasteland features used Levi 501s, vintage ties, leather jackets, formal gowns, '40s dresses, '50s bowling shirts and a lot of funky clothing from the '70s; plenty of polyester, bellbottoms and big collars. The shop also stocks new, modern clothing for those who prefer their clothing unworn. Whichever you prefer, you will enjoy your shopping experience here.
Polkadots & Moonbeams specializes in retro clothing, which includes famous styles from 1920s through the 1970s. You will find attractive dresses, skirts and blouses cut from delightful fabrics, and all in impeccable condition. There are cashmere sweaters as well as trendy black patent shoes among the many special keepsakes sold in this store. Shoppers match their outfits with chunky accessories such as beaded purses, silver necklaces or other original pieces from this store's vintage jewelry collection.
Locals and frequent visitors to Los Angeles cannot be unfamiliar with this name. It's not just trendy clothing that Opening Ceremony is known for; the store owners make sure that the fashion conscious are always on point with the ever rotating themes on display. The store has been a pioneer of the fashions of the East Coast to the West. With two flagship stores in New York City, this store carries forward the tradition of hip clothing. The shop offers accessories as well for a complete chic look. Changing your wardrobe? Pick up something here for the 'Opening Ceremony'.
Tasteful, modern surroundings house this dressy designer and fine clothing store. Both men and women find the most fashionable business suits or evening wear for the parties, premieres and awards ceremonies that are as much work as play. You will find items by such top names in the design world as Gucci, Jean-Paul Gautier and Commes des Garcons. Rumor has it that past clients include both Nancy Reagan and Geena Davis; however, many of the high-profile customers usually place their requests by phone. A limited amount of furniture is also sold here, and fine vases are occasionally available as well.
James Perse's Melrose store is located right opposite Maxfield. Don't ever expect your visits to be the same, especially since the decor is changed to complement the collection at all times. The display includes clothes for men, women and children as well. Casual and stylish, the collections are relatively reasonable. The brand comprises nine collections including Standard James Perse Loungewear for Men, James Perse Los Angeles Girls 7-14, Baby James for Boys and James Perse Malibu.
Denim craftsmen, The Stronghold, was established in 1895 as the first of its kind in Los Angeles. After a five decade long hiatus, Michael Paradise and Michael Cassell breathed new life into the label minus the compromise on its century-old originality. The collection features made-to-measure jeans, shoes and accessories. Its unique philosophy only patronizes brands alive prior to World War II and apparel authentically made in America. Buy a pair of the fashion classic and wardrobe staple made from top-quality fabric from this charming boutique.
Finding that perfect pair of jeans can be quite a task, and Planet Blue is here to help you do just that. This specialty store stocks a wide range of brands, from Ya Ya to James Perse to Splendid. From skinny-fits to boot-cuts to baggies, they have them all. T-shirts are also available, so come give the casual section of your wardrobe a revamping!