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Best Clothing Stores in Los Angeles

Shopping your way through Los Angeles might actually be one way to explore the city, although it might also be a quick way to break the bank. Either way, this is the city of Hollywood and, well...needless to say, an epicenter of high-end fashion and designer shopping. So let's skip right to it with our Los Angeles shopping guide.

Rodeo Drive | Beverly Hills

For high-end fashion stores, or even if you’re up for some good window-shopping, think of it like NYC’s Fifth Avenue. Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills is the quintessential hors-d'oeuvre of luxury retail. From Van Cleef & Arpels to Gucci, Saint Laurent, Prada, Chanel and more, leisurely strolling down Rodeo Drive in your finest garbs—satin bags in hand and on your way to lunch like the average local is a feat of finesse. And guilty-as-charged tourist attraction.

Melrose Avenue | West Hollywood

One of the unique LA shopping options, drive up to West Hollywood's Design District on Melrose Avenue to find everything from high fashion to trendy urban wear. Melrose might be just about the only place a white gala dress just as soon as you'll run into the perfect gilded punk garbs. Don't forget to check out the endless eating options, and while you're at it, be sure to stop by Fred Segal and the famed consignment shop Decades Inc for some vintage couture.

Abbot Kinney | Venice Beach

A mile long stretch of eclectic and sometimes quirky boutiques. Abbot Kinney is more about the essential experience of browsing the artsy wares, trying the local cafes, picking up a few unique pieces and going for the local as opposed to the commercial. Either way, this is an elemental Los Angeles experience. On a side note, Venice also hosts the Abbot Kinney First Fridays: a free to attend event that supports local businesses.

Robertson Boulevard | Beverly Hills

If you haven't gotten your dose of celebrity-spotting yet, West Hollywood’s Robertson Boulevard ought to suffice. This celebrity-favored area is home to a long list of boutique stores and high-end retail giants. Linger on and dine at one of the many popular restaurants like The Ivy, also, another celebrity favorite.

Third Street Promenade | Santa Monica

Santa Monica's prominent upscale shopping and dining destination features a milieu of stores, from designer to boutique and department stores. With the Pier at walking distance and plenty of good eateries and bars nearby, the Third Street Promenade is a good option for some strolling around and spontaneous shopping.

Westfield | Century City

With a variety of stores, restaurants, and everything else you could possibly need, Westfield Century City is a go-to for summertime shoppers to come in and join them. 

Updated 4/4/23