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Michelle Rostamian is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer covering travel, wellness, lifestyle, and beauty.

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Hi, I'm Michelle!

Michelle Rostamian is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer covering travel, wellness, lifestyle, and beauty.

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Angelenos take their shopping seriously. From high-end boutiques lining the world-famous Rodeo Drive to outdoor markets like Melrose Trading Post, there's a street, district, or area tailored to fit everyone’s taste and budget. No matter where you're staying in the city and or what type of shopper you are, there are plenty of opportunities to discover boutiques, outlets, and local designers. Here are the best places to visit for a memorable shopping experience.

Rodeo Drive

Shoppers outside designer shops on Rodeo Drive in LA
Rodeo Drive is iconic. | Photo Credit: Dania Maxwell / Viator

For high-fashion and window shopping.

Picture this: luxury labels like Chanel, Gucci, Hermès, and Valentino neighboring each other on a scenic palm-tree-lined strip. Welcome to the glamorous Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, which is often featured on Los Angeles city tours. Perfect for window shoppers, trend seekers, and fashion enthusiasts alike, the world-famous avenue boasts a menu of designer favorites, the best in people-watching, and a slew of high-end cars you'll definitely want a photo op with.

The Grove

The fountains at The Grove in Los Angeles, where you can go shopping.
The Grove is set out in the open. | Photo Credit: Dania Maxwell / Viator

For an all-day escapade.

If you're looking to shop and take advantage of the sunshine Los Angeles is known for, The Grove's nearly 600,000 square feet of open-air shopping space fits the bill. Here you'll find top apparel, accessories, beauty, and children's items dotted along the expansive mall, with plenty of dining options to refuel. The Grove also has a movie theater and, sitting at the heart of it all, its famed Dancing Fountain. When it's time to give your feet some rest, a classic hop-on hop-off bus tour of LA is an ideal way to get to your next destination.

The Camarillo Outlets

Stores at The Camarillo Outlets in Los Angeles is good for shopping.
The Camarillo Outlets is great for discounts. | Photo Credit: Kit Leong / Shutterstock

For luxe labels with outlet prices.

Fashion-forward pieces with heavily-discounted price tags are exactly what The Camarillo Outlets are known for. Home to 160 retailers divided between three distinct outdoor sections, there's a little something for everyone at the outlets, whether you're looking for name-brand apparel, the latest beauty products, or contemporary furniture and decor. What's more, the outlet is in close proximity to one of California's most picturesque towns on California’s central coast—Santa Barbara.

Rose Bowl Flea Market

Shoppers check out the Rose Bowl Flea Market in the sun in LA.
The Rose Bowl Flea Market is a great place to hunt out bargains. | Photo Credit: The Image Party / Shutterstock

For vintage finds and all budgets.

Located in buzzy Pasadena, the Rose Bowl Flea Market is a Los Angeles shopping experience that has been attracting both locals and tourists for the last 50 years. Known for its one-of-a-kind offerings, the flea market is held on the second Sunday of every month and hosts 2,500 vendors showcasing everything from vintage clothing to antique furniture to arts and crafts—all color-coded and easy to navigate, with fair prices to boot.

Larchmont Village

Shoppers and diners enjoy Larchmont Village in Los Angeles.
Larchmont Village is a laid-back spot for shopping. | Photo Credit: geotech522 / Tripadvisor

For charming shops and a low-key atmosphere.

If you're trying to get away from the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles but still experience the essence of the city, turn to historic Larchmont Village. This low-key neighborhood bordering Hollywood, Hancock Park, and Korea Town is brimming with quaint retailers like Rothy's, which sells sustainably-made shoes; Village Heights, which features giftable items like bath bombs and cheese boards; and an assortment of personal care supply stores to get your beauty fix.

Melrose Trading Post

Shoppers check out t-shirts at Melrose Trading Post in LA.
Look for trinkets and unique finds at Melrose Trading Post. | Photo Credit: Hayk_Shalunts / Shutterstock

For a community-like feel and people-watching.

If your Sunday itinerary has room for shopping, plan to go to Melrose Trading Post. This bustling, open-air flea market has an impressive and ever-evolving display of artisan goods, upcycled clothing footwear, books, trinkets, accessories, vintage furniture, and more. Despite having nearly 200 vendors, the market manages to maintain a community feel thanks to live music and food trucks, with part of the proceeds going to support arts programs at the local high school. Located on Melrose Avenue, near many popular LA attractions, this flea market is also great for people-watching.

Abbot Kinney Boulevard

A rainbow crosswalk at Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice in Los Angeles.
Abbot Kinney Boulevard is a boho treat. | Photo Credit: Unwind / Shutterstock

For a bustling shopping scene and a local flair.

Take a break from the sand and waves at Venice Beach to get your shopping fix on Abbot Kinney Boulevard. The trendy, mile-long block has a laid-back Boho vibe, with upmarket brick-and-mortar stores and boutiques highlighting local designers. In addition to fashion shops, you will also find stationery stores, pop-up kiosks, and artisan shops selling unique gifts. After your shopping escapade, consider a visit to historic Venice Canals for a sunset experience.

Citadel Outlets

Palm trees and shoppers at Citadel Outlets in Los Angeles.
Seek out discounts on brand names at Citadel Outlets in LA. | Photo Credit: Kit Leong / Shutterstock

Get great deals shopping here.

Score designer style at discount prices at this large outlet complex located 10 minutes south of downtown LA. Save big on popular brands such as Kate Spade, Armani, Guess, Nike, Gucci, Coach, and Michael Kors.

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