Charity Shop / Vintage Store
18 locals recommend ·
Why locals recommend it
This two-story store has a mix of designers and vintage and I always find something I want. Great selection and really good prices. The vintage dresses are especially good—you’ll see a girl with that cool, arty LA look and think, “I bet she got that at SquaresVille.” All the girls and guys who work here have really great style, too. Figaro Bistrot next door is the perfect old-school French bistro. It’s great for brunch and it’s not too trendy, which I kind of like. Get the lemon tart, it’s really good.
Tips from locals
Another favorite vintage store. You'll always find something, and their prices are amazing. Men and women's.
A fabulous and very well curated vintage clothing store. Reasonably priced items, and all in great quality. This is one of those vintage stores where you might come across a vintage Hermes scarf or Burberry trench coat for a fraction of the cost and in perfect condition.
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