jewelry

Neiman Marcus

The revered department store has a site that is just as great.

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RevolveClothing.com

The obvious reason to shop here is for the roster of 300-plus casual labels, like Sonia by Sonia Rykiel, Z Spoke by Zac Posen, Vince and Tibi. Every item is guaranteed in stock and if by some fluke it isn't, you score 25 percent off your next purchase.

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Scoop NYC

This venerable Manhattan store is famous for its high-maintenance customers and intimidating staff, so we love the site that much more: It's incorporated its men's and children's wares, so you can dress the whole family in Michael Kors and Tory Burch.

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La Garconne

Highly cool clothing options (swingy, tropical-wool, Valentine baby-doll dresses, slashed cashmere scarves by The Breed, and balloon-shaped silk Daryl K blouses) with an extraordinarily well-stocked clearance section.

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How to: Store Your Jewelry Just Like We Do Here

There is an entire walk-in closet devoted to jewelry here at Lucky, which can be a lot of fun—but it's also a lot to deal with.
Trick How-to advice from Lucky's editors and experts. (updated September 2007)

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How to: Washing Lingerie

Araks Yeramyan designs the elegant Araks line of underthings—and has developed a neat trick for getting the gentlest wash.

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How to Wear Extra-Long Necklaces

We saw this styling trick once on the runway at Marc Jacobs and fell in love with it instantly.

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Ron Herman

This Beverly Hills stalwart has a space for dressier clothing (Chloé, Miss Davenporte) and an airy area for casual pieces (Castle Starr, Vince, Milly, and others).
From Los Angeles' Beverly Hills neighborhood store listing.

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Dari

A luxe hippie vibe pervades this valley favorite, flush with flowy dresses by 3.1 Phillip Lim, Sass & Bide sparkly tunics, and Miguelina lingerie-inspired frocks.
From Los Angeles' The Valley neighborhood store listing.

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Ruthie

The uncommonly good mix of casual basics (C&C California T-shirts, and jeans by E.D. J. Denim Purists) and evening looks (floor-sweeping dresses by Mara Hoffman) keeps us coming back to this spot, outfitted with glossy cement floors, brushed chrome racks, and a tranquil atrium, where you can unwind after trolling.
From Los Angeles' The Valley neighborhood store listing.

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Planet Blue

The newest and largest branch of this Malibu-based chainlet offers everything for the bohemian chic-loving clientele: slinky Missoni dresses, Cosabella lingerie, ultra-feminine Ya-Ya sweaters, Kerry Cassill bedding, and Fresh beauty products.
From Los Angeles' Westside neighborhood store listing.

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Decades Two

This shop is filled with pristine contemporary castoffs. Recent discoveries: Stella McCartney jackets, Mayle dresses, Chloé blouses, new Hermès bags, and Prada shoes from a few seasons ago.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

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Dolce Vita

The well-priced, runway-inspired footwear is the main draw here, with everything from ankle boots to sky-high platform shoes.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

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Fred Segal

We could easily buy our entire wardrobes here. Everything from limited edition Nike Dunks to Matthew Williamson sequin-lace tops to Ligne St. Barth After-Sun lotions is all arranged in individual fun-to-shop mini boutiques.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

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Kaviar and Kind

Co-proprietors Katherine Azarmi and Sunrise Ruffalo set up this appointment-only shop (call the day before you want to visit) to sell Azarmi's delicate, organic jewelry.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

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