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Camille de Soto got her start as an assistant manager at a Trina Turk boutique, where she began consigning bits of vintage jewelry. When the items flew out of the cases, she opened her own Eagle Rock place in April 2007. Her boudoir-y space has all the trappings of a fancy boutique, but a second look at its price tags reveals that nothing costs more than $150. There are horse pendants from the '60s, along with kelly green blouses by Collective Clothing and kookily patterned dresses from Plastic Island.
4974 Eagle Rock Blvd., 323-254-6500

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