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  • 1. Santee Alley

    FABRIC, and discounted designer inspired items for a small fraction of the price. There is every type of fabric that you could imagine here, all on the tall 60" bolts. There are stores that have $1 a...

  • 2. Jewelry District

    The whole area is not pretty like Beverly Hills but is relatively safe to stroll and has the better prices for precious pieces of jewelry. There are many options of dealer shops to see when you get...

  • 3. Downtown

    Japanese food is easily found these days. When I was a little girl, we make a once a week trip to downtown LA to Little Tokyo to do our grocery shopping. These days there are a lot more Japanese...

  • 4. Melrose Avenue

    This is actually about a service called Fashion Buddy...the website is www.fashionbuddy.net. I've had a great experience with it and it would be useful for anyone coming in from out of town who wants...

  • 5. Citadel Outlets

    Here is the closet outlet shopping center by the heart of Los Angeles. Located in Commerce, less than 10 miles from LA, The Citadel looks like a museum from the outside with its Egyptian fortress...

  • 6. The Grove

    If you could only go to one shopping center in Los Angeles, it should be this one! A combination of modern retail mall experience along with the old original Farmers Market, this place has so much for...

  • 7. Rodeo Drive

    Rodeo drive is one of the most famous shopping areas in the world, and THE place where I would never buy anything. Why? Because everything gave me the sensation that EXPENSIVE is a mandatory...

  • 8. Chinatown

    There is a very small section in Chinatown with several jewerly stores. They have a lot of jewelry. I'm not sure of quality and price but make sure never to pay what they ask for. They can be...

  • 9. Camarillo Premium Outlets

    With More than 160 stores, shops and restaurants and food stalls located in two major areas, the Premium Outlets and the Promenade, occupying 454,000 square feet and 220,000 square feet respectively....

  • 10. Farmers' Market

    Farmer's Market has been a hot spot for 75 years and about 10 years ago The Grove was added, making for an unusual mix of the traditional and the modern LA. Farmer's Market has been a tourist...

  • 11. Macy's Plaza

    Macy's department store is conveniently located centrally downtown, on 7th St. It is part of the busy shopping and transit hub, 7th and Metro rail line station and fairly close to several popular...

  • 12. Santa Monica

    LA is a place that's easy to find great shopping attractions. From Robertson Blvd to Century City mall to sprawling centers everywhere north, south, east and west, it's really hard to distinguish...

  • 13. Universal Citywalk

    Anything candy can be had in this store including but not limited to every kind and size of gummy bears, M&M's, powdered candy, candy apples and candy inspired clothing/accessories. It's not cheap but...

  • 14. Beverly Center

    The biggest mall L.A has to offer, you can hardly miss it as you drive down beverly blvd. It has macys on one end and bloomingdales at the other and housing every other store inbetween. As seen is...

  • 15. Olvera Street

    If you like stupid/kitch souvenirs go to Olvera street at downtown. There are kiosks full of Mexican sombreros, wooden puppets, colorful guitars (pic 2), ponchos and of course the Dia de los Muertos...

  • 16. Hollywood and Highland Center

    luxe shopping area that Include's the Kodak Theater, Grauman's Chinese Theater and Hollywood Blvd. This is the most kitchsky and ritzy part of the Hollywood experience and a definite tourist trap for...

  • 17. Amoeba Music

    Apparently, Rolling Stone Magazine called this music outlet "The world's greatest record store". A big pronouncement. Justified, by the way. I've traveled a decent amount and I have never found a...

  • 18. Downtown Disney

    Downtown Disney, located next to the entrances to Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure, offers great shopping opportunities. The shopping will mostly be for your kids: toys and games. Among...

  • 19. Broadway

    L.A.'s Broadway district is a thrifty person's paradise. Some stores promise everything under $5!. Granted, the quality of fashion and merchandise is not top-notch Beverly Hills but you wouldn't be...

  • 20. Venice Beach

    Save your money and buy all those vacation t-shirts, postcards, and trinkets at Venice Beach. It is the cheapest place for everything from t-shirts to vintage clothing. It's also an awesome place just...

  • 21. Fry's Electronics

    This is a huge warehouse style electronics shop that most likely will have what you want. In some ways the hugeness is overwhelming and you may not be able to find that little piece you need. However...

  • 22. Hollywood Farmers’ Market

    Farmer's Markets have become a popular occurence in Los Angeles. Santa Monica started the movement, and now every town and neighborhood has a day set aside for "Farmer's Market". One of the oldest is...

  • 23. Fred Segal

    This area (3rd street promenade) has alot of upscale shopping but i could go to a nice mall in my area and see all these shops . It depends what your looking for and where you live . No unusual shops...

  • 24. Denim Doctors

    Fantastic Jean repairs and Alterations service now located @ 7383 Beverly Blvd. @ Martel in Los Angeles, CA 90036 (323) 964-0080 We expertly repair and alter jeans using the same machines used to...

  • 25. Robertson Plaza/ Roberston Blvd Shopping: Roll Down Robertson for Lux Fash

    Some of the best shopping for trendy and luxurious fashion can be found along renowed Roberston Blvd, a lane well traveled by celebrities like Paris Hilton...

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