Thrifting is not just for girls on a budget (though it is a great way to save some of those hard-earned dollars on clothes), but for trend-seekers and treasure hunters alike. Here are the best LA thrift shops to score your next statement piece.
Located in Little Toyko, this shop may be small but has a large following of repeat customers. Get 10% off when you check in on Yelp!
The Left Bank
This family-run thrift store has plenty to explore with a $1.99 rack out front. They are open every day but Monday, so head there after work or make a day of it during the weekend. Check out their Instagram for more inspiration.
Timeless Treasures Thrift Shop Culver City
If you can find time to head to Timeless Treasures during their scattered opening schedule, you’ll find anything from clothes to furniture to old records. The prices are low and there are lots of rooms to explore!
Helping Hand Thrift Shop
If you need your apartment to look super chic but you’re on a shoestring budget, Helping Hands is the place to go. Stock up on furniture, home accents, and vintage jewelry at cheap prices!
Jet Rag is famous for their weekly $1 sale. Every Sunday, every item in the sale is $1! Dig through piles of clothes to find your new favorite piece. They get a new shipment every week, so you never know what you’re going to find.
Sell your old clothes and discover hidden gems at Wasteland at any of their three local locations. We love the unique aesthetic and trendy finds.
Council Thrift Shop
The National Council Thrift shop has several locations scattered around Los Angeles. Browse through racks of clothes and furniture (that’s somehow always in great shape) to find your next upcycle project.
If you are a designer collector, head to Decades to stock up on gently used Alexander McQueen, Prada, and Oscar de la Renta for a cheaper price.
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