Paradise Inn And Suites

11750 Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90066, United States
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Nice knockoff Sunglasses

by JudithAnanda310

Where in downtown L.A. can I find nice knockoff sunglasses?
Thanks

Re: Nice knockoff Sunglasses

by Odinnthor

I have yet to see a decent sunglasses kockoff. They are VERY cheap. i picked up a Dolce & Gabanna knockoff once and by the end of the day, they were done. In Downtown, you can try the Garment District, and also down on Broadway, but only go there during the daytime. In the District you can find real designer clothes and accessories for a fraction of the retail price.

http://www.fashiondistrict.org/

http://www.wholesaledistributorsnet.com/los_angeles_garment_district.html

Re: Nice knockoff Sunglasses

by xymmot

you can find them every where at any Chinatown, or souviner stores. Cheers Tommy x

Re: Nice knockoff Sunglasses

by Escadora7

Venice Beach is also an option.

Re: Nice knockoff Sunglasses

by gilescorey

Surprised I'm the first to say it, but Santee Alley is the best option by far for knock-offs.

Downtown in South Park. I had better directions under my shopping tips.

GC

Re: Nice knockoff Sunglasses

by Odinnthor

That is indeed true. The problem is that they are usually higher priced in "The Alley", as there are actual designer outlets selling the real ones at a huge discount. So, - the closer the knock-offs are to the real thing, the better the price hustle. Economics 101.......d:o)

Here is a look........

http://www.fashiondistrict.org/

http://www.fashiondistrict.org/retail_shopping/index.html

There is a trick to "real" shopping in the Alley. There are over 1000 designers that occupy space in the area, - wholesale space, aside from what the independant stores sell, most of which are really not actually designer owned.

If you can find, say the wholesale space for Dolce & Gabanna, present as a buyer, and go into the "inner sanctum", and inquire about the sunglasses. Everything in there is a available, including a fair amount of stuff from the last couple of years. I know, it's a bit brazzy, but very easy and they get rid of a pair of last year's sunglasses, which will likely otherwise get destroyed. There is a reason real designers products never end up in cheap stores. I am assuming that the brand name is more important than the model year.

Travel Tips for Los Angeles

Better to drive if you can LA-SF, AAA maps

by jumpingnorman

In response to a forum question:

So many things to do in LA specially if it is your first time. But if you are a good driver and have international license, I suggest renting a car which is so cheap anyway -- there's a lot of good deals that sometimes just charge under $30 a day (sometime even less than 20 USD).

Having a car saves so much time becase unlike in Europe, public transportation is not as extensive in California. But if you can, try to rent a car with GPS, or if you have GPS, bring your own. The drive from LA to San Francisco is nice and can be done in less than half a day, depending how much you stop.

Driving is the way you can understand the California way of life --- traffic sometimes in LA specially during rush hour. Once in SF though, you can just leave you car in your hotel and just use the nice public transportation of trams and buses which are easy to understand. It is harder to drive around the congested "up and down" 45- degree hills in SF...but a nice experience to go through the world's crookedest street! In driving from SF to LA or vice-versa, you can also take the more scenic Carmel route which goes along the California coast (see the map and freeways).

The AAA map is nice and if you have a friend who is a member in USA, they can get the map for you for free and even a little book for free which will outline everything you can do around California.

Go on the Warner Brothers VIP...

by yelyah99

Go on the Warner Brothers VIP tour - the tour guides are great, all the best TV shows are filmed here (Friends! ER! etc). The visit to the ER set was very surreal and the entire tour seemed eerily familiar. A must for TV-fanatics. Driving past houses, knowing that there were people I've idolised since childhood within the walls. Buzzing Steven Spielberg's gate and being yelled at by his security man. The waves at Malibu.

wander round Santa Monica. I...

by ZoeB

wander round Santa Monica. I did not see a lot of it as it was dark but it seemed like a very vibrant and fun place to be in and there are some great restaurants there. Meeting one of my friends and visiting a major corporations main sites. It was one of the best experiences in my life so far!

Cyber Signatures

by lmkluque

One of my fondest memories is the VT LA Meeting 19 April, 2002.

Here, on the back of the postcard we sent to friend, 'brdwtchr,' are the signatures of all attending, a souvenir of our wonderful, 'real' meeting.

There was a day I'd say when...

by BorderHopper

There was a day I'd say when in LA go see the illegal street races...what excitement! But I'm all grown up now and I traded racing for travel. Those nights....my wild nights on the streets of Los Angeles, hanging out with the crew and drag racing out in Sylmar, Gardena, Stadium Way & all the other streets we used to race on.

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