1800 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9002734.103690 -118.291617
favorite vintage store, decent vintage shop, great vintage shopping, amazing location, friendly people, more expensive everything
Vintage On The Go. If you don't have a lot of time on your hands, swing down to Squaresville. They don't have an overwhelming selection for you to dig through for four hours and hours. They hand pick out the best, so you're in and out within twenty minutes. I have found countless adorable vintage skirts, sweaters and dresses here, mostly because the prices are spot-on. Do you have some clothes you'd like to let go? Bring them by, but vintage only.
This is my favorite vintage store yet..
This is my favorite vintage store yet. The atmosphere + people are friendly and the prices are fair, what more do you need? Oh yeah maybe cute clothes, no worries, they've got you covered.
The location is also amazing! Right in the heart of happening 'Vermont Ave'. Next door to a french cafe, a book store with everything, and an inexpensive movie theater.
Aside from the beach, this is the only thing I miss about L.A.. I adore this store and I am quite surprised to see that others have found it expensive (unless they have jacked up the prices since I moved away). In the time I lived in L.A. I bought nearly every item of clothing there. I live in Austin now, which claims to have great vintage shopping, but always seems to fall short for me. I miss Squaresville!
Squares need not apply: Vintage threads at this Los Feliz shop range from ironic to fashion forward, with a whole lot of funky thrown into the mix..
Beneath the disco ball, you'll find racks of standard consignment finds like denim, curdoroy, Western shirts and plenty of plaids. But this is thrift done hip, so expect to find bowling shirts and Jordache jeans sharing rack space with sequined tops, Mickey Mouse turtlenecks, tassled velvet ponchos and the like. There are also accessories galore, including enough hats, ties, handbags and jewelry to keep Eastsiders outfitted for ages. Upstairs, you'll find a nice shoe selection, where retro kicks like white LA Gear high tops and duck boots (remember those?) are lined up next to Frye boots and DKNY flats. As with any vintage shop, the selection varies with each visit, so finding that piece de resistance for your wardrobe may take a little digging.
Funky digs in uber-hip neighborhood. While I always found something to die for at this chic Los Feliz spot, I always paid more than I wanted for used clothing. Don't miss the newly expanded upstairs section, killer shoes and hats.
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