Top 10 LA Shopping Locations

Los Angeles is know for some incredible spots to spend your money. Check out what spots made the list.

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#10: Rodeo Drive
This World center of luxury fashion spans 3 city blocks with more than 100 fancy schmancy boutiques. You get spots like Tiiffany's and Gucci. Yes, it is the street on which Julia Roberts had her shopping spree in "Pretty Woman."
#9: Robertson Boulevard
For LA hipster shoppers interested in a cross of Beverly Hills style luxury and the edgy cool style of Melrose. This small gem fits spots like the high-end Maxfield's discount outlet and the Georgio Armani Home store.
#8: Beverly Center
A premier fashion destination with 160 distinctive specialty boutiques reflecting the diverse styles and tastes of LA. You get stores like Louis Vuitton and True Religion Brand Jeans. Come here to get a great scale of variety.
#7: Montana Ave
A charming ten blocks holding more than 150 high-end boutiques, restaurants, and services. The internationally-flavore and elegant boutiques are filled with exciting apparel, shoes, jewelry, home furnishings, and gifts.
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# 6: Third Street Promenade
Enjoy the Cali sunshine and ocean breeze as you stroll through more than 200 shops. You get clothing, jewelry, shoes, housewares and home furnishings. Enjoy also farmers' markets, dining and some crazy street performer shows.
#5 Westfield Century City
This open-air luxury shop spot offers over 100 boutiques featuring premier brands like Juicy Couture, Louis Vuitton, Coach and Tiffany & Co. You also get the Apple store, Bloomingdale's and Macy's.
#4: The Grove
For shopping, dining and simply loving the LA cultural experience. From your favorite boutiques and restaurants to choreographed fountains, free live concerts and the historic Farmers Market.
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#3: Melrose Avenue
A hipster shopping, dining and entertainment destination between Fairfax and La Brea. Get a sweet helping of everything from lingerie to great designer home accessories. Enjoy even the stimulating and artzy store fronts.
#2: LA Fashion District
This shop-spot spans across 100 old-school blocks of what mostly looks like abandoned post apocalypse buildings. Despite the looks, the prices are unbeatable. It’s all here: apparel, housewares, textiles and flowers.
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#1: The Americana / Glendale Galleria
This one-two punch offers isolation with convenience. Start early at the Galleria to get the basic mall experience and a quick lunch. Cross the street to the Americana for more luxurious shopping and then treat yourself to fancy dinner.
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