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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 Wear Paper-Bag-Waist Skirts

There's a lot of extra fabric around the middle here, so wear these skirts with the belt tied snugly around the top part of your hips.

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How to Wear Socks and Heels

When both pieces are black, this combination looks like a chic, streamlined bootie.

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How to Wear Three Shades of the Same Color in One Outfit

Expert advice for creating the perfect tonal ensemble.

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How to: Stop Open-Toe Sandals from Curling Up If They Get Wet

It's important to treat them while they're still damp.

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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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Dewey

Slick white leather ottomans and old rock-and-roll photos provide the perfect backdrop for the unrepentantly sexy Missoni stilettos, Jill Stuart peep-toe wedges, and vividly hued Hollywould ballet slippers.
From Los Angeles' Westside 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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Diavolina

Shoe lovers across the city are rejoicing over Diavolina's digs on Robertson Boulevard. Though the gleaming footwear boutique looks nothing like its former location on La Brea Avenue, you'll still be able to find its justly famous selection of shoes by Costume National, Marc Jacobs, Chloé, and Proenza Schouler.
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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Filly

This is the place to come for the most up-and-coming lines. Owners J'nai Cameron and Rachel Bratcher travel the globe to source little-known yet promising designers (a few to note: Carson Potter, Nave, Dirty Librarian, and Banot).
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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Hillary Rush

The inventive mix of clothing, from beachy cover-ups to glam party dresses, comes from rising talent, with items by Sunner, Erin Fetherston, Corey Lynn Calter, and Nicholas K.
From Los Angeles' Hollywood neighborhood store listing.

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