‘Tis the season to dress to impress!
Here in L.A., we take ‘award season’ pretty seriously. And if you have the pleasure of attending one of the city’s many hosted ceremonies, we want you to spend as little time possible searching for the perfect outfit. (Maybe all of the saved time can be put towards advocating the lack of representation – but we’ll save that for another article!)
Regardless of which show you attend, thousands of people on the carpet and at home will “ooo” and “awe” at all of the marvelous ensembles showcased throughout the event, so looking your best is a must! That’s why we’ve gathered a list of five of the best places to find a dress this year.
1. Barney’s New York
Finding a dress (or five) at this NYC staple will transport you into the plot of your favorite teenage movie. Not only are there floors to browse through – you can have your own personal shopping service dedicated to finding you the perfect dress!
Location: 9570 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills. See it on Google maps.
This celebrated consignment shop has been one of the best designer resale boutiques in the world for over two decades! If vintage gowns are your thing, this is the place to find them!
Location: 8214 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood. See it on Google maps.
Regardless of what anyone tells you, the Melrose location is the best one.
Location: 8825 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood. See it on Google maps.
4. The Paper Bag Princess
Specializing in designer vintage evening gowns and cocktail fashions, you’re bound to find something that is both sexy and glamorous. This luxury consignment boutiques even specializes in shoes and bags!
Location: 8050 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood. See it on Google maps.
Find collectible and historic gowns at this high-end vintage apparel boutique. Sporting everything from glamorous Chanel and Dior dresses to avant-garde designers like Wantanabe and Westwood – you’re surely find something here that will have you sticking out from the crowd.
Location: 8006 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood. See it on Google maps.
Also published on Medium.