Quantcast

More Shopping in Los Angeles

by Jaclyn Abergas | July 28th, 2009 | Travel Shopping
FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedIn

Are you ready to paint the town with whatever color your credit card is? LA’s ready for your donations!

4. La Brea

Nestled between Beverly Boulevard and West Third Street, La Brea is filled with boutiques with the latest sneakers, indie or vintage looks or whatever product that can be turned into a boutique. Notable shops include American Rag, where you can find new and vintage looks for your wardrobe collection, World Denim Bar for lots and lots of denim choices, Pulp when what you need is a funky card and Illiterature, when you need the most unique gift of all.

5. Third Street

If what you crave is a good shopping walk, then try visiting West Third Street between La Cienega Boulevard and La Brea Avenue. Some must-visit stores include Aero & Co, Zipper, where you never know what unique gift you’ll end up buying, Flight 001 for your luggage and bag needs, and Scout for the best up-and-coming independent designers.

santee_alley6. Montana Avenue

People from the industry visit this small retail haven located in Santa Monica. Check out Hemisphere and their collection California Monterey furniture fused with Chinese, Tibetan and other furniture collections from the far east, Kovan for the non-traditional jewelries Norman Covan is famous for, and Subtle Tones for all the loungewear you’ll need.

7. Santee Alley

If you want to do your shopping all in one places at great prices and on the streets of Los Angeles, be sure to drop by Santee Alley. Hunt for bargain prices at this shopper’s gem of a paradise. Be sure to drop by on the first Friday of every month when they have sample sales.

So, feel like contributing to California’s economy boost? Be sure to visit these districts for the best deals and quality.

Next stop: Seattle, Washington

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedIn
Comments on More Shopping in Los Angeles