Los Angeles Boutiques

12/27/2012

Los Angeles is great for shopping. Whether it’s high end or vintage, you can find great stuff all year long. Even the high-end places have sales once in a while!

Maxfield
This Los Angeles edgy outpost has famous designers next to a designer you can count on will be the-next-big-thing. They always something whimsical and unexpected. 8825 Melrose Ave.; 310.274.8800

Madison
Don’t want to spend a fortune? Wait for one of their sales. Or, go here for inspiration and find the pieces else where for a quarter of the price. 8115 Melrose Ave.; 323.651.3662

Arcade
Melrose Place wouldn’t be the same without this luxe retail trip around the globe. Owner Rochelle Gores Fredston opened up shop in ’08, and fans like Olivia Wilde and Rashida Jones have been flocking ever since. 8473 Melrose Ave.; 323.944.0018

Elyse Walker
This Palisades palace has been a staple for stylish Westsiders since ’99. Stocked with a massive array from Alex Wang edge to Prada polish, it’s got top notch Fashion. 15306 Antioch St.; 310.230.8882

Planet Blue
One of my favs, this place has frocks by Stone Cold Fox and Mara Hoffman line. Plus, they have great sales through out the year. 800 14th St., Santa Monica; 310.394.0135

Fred Segal
This Los Angeles staple is not only a great shopping experience, but it’s a historical establishment. If you live in LA, checking this place out is a must. 500 Broadway St.; 310.393.2216

TenOverSix
This accessories wonderland by Kristen Lee and Brady Cunningham have risen to the retail top, and every single piece has major innovation packed into the product. 8425 Melrose Ave.; 323.330.9355

Resurrection
This bright white Melrose vintage mecca welcomes celebs daily. There’s Chanel, YSL, and endless retro garb that will bring any fashion fan to her knees. This is where you go when you really want to rock a one-of-a-kind vibe. 8006 Melrose Ave.; 323.651.5516

Curve
Owner Nevenna Borissova has always been on top of upcoming trends, and entry to her Robertson digs is always a visual treat. 154 N Robertson Blvd.; 310.360.8008

American Rag Cie
This beautiful shop/cafe has up-and-coming labels that are displayed with fantastic vintage finds for a super unique one-stop shop. Stop by Café Maison Midi next door afterward for a yummy salad, and thumb through your new goodies! 150 S La Brea Ave.; 323.935.3154

The Way We Wore
Doris Raymond is the owner of this swanky vintage shop. She’s also a historian who stylists, editors, and costume designers go to for research. 334 S La Brea Ave.; 323.937.0878

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