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LA Shopping on a Budget

December 19, 2016
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Los Angeles has some of the best shopping destinations in the country. If you want to go to shopping but are worried about spending lot’s of money, here are Los Angeles shoppings destinations that you can go to while on a tight budget. Best of all, they are near Sunset Plaza LA.

The Japanese Village Plaza located in Little Tokyo is an excellent location for budget friendly shoppings. There are a number of different shops all around this quaint area near downtown Los Angeles. What makes this location unique is that there are also stores that specifically sell Japanese themed clothes and items, which make for great souvenirs. For some fashionable clothes and accessories head to Hob Nob or the kiosk, Japangeles. At the Japanese Village Plaza, you’ll also find stores selling shoes, gifts and more.

The Santee Alley is one of Los Angeles’s best kept  secrets. Located in the middle of the fashion district, Santee Alley, is quite literally an alley though it is the size of a regular street. Santee Alley is lined with a number of stores selling clothes, shoes, accessories, toys and more - all at wholesale prices. This means that you get the biggest bang for your buck. Santee Alley is located between Santee Street, Maple Ave., Olympic Blvd and 12th Street. The shops are open 365 days a year and generally stores will be open from 9:30am - 6pm.

Melrose Trading Post is located at Fairfax High School. Proceeds from the Trading Post go to supporting youth and education at the Fairfax High School. The Melrose Trading Post takes place every Sunday and here, you’ll be able to shop a varied collection of vintage fashion, arts and crafts, antique furniture, one-of-a-kind treasures and more! Stop by from 9am-5pm every Sunday. Admission is only $3. Visit melrosetradingpost.org today to find out more.

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