Melrose Avenue has been my must shop place whenever I get a chance to visit the states. It has great shops like Urban outfitters , American Apparell etc but it has great up and coming designer shops and loads of vintage shops. My son whom I can never get to shop or buy new clothes , was the biggest winner.... 更多
I went to Melrose Avenue at the insistence of my friends, and even they weren't sure what happened. Both admitted it's gone downhill a bit. The one positive I found was there is a Nasty Gal store that is beyond amazing, so that made the trip worth it for me.
The shops are interesting and quirky with some good fashion along Melrose. You need a full day plus to cover everything. Well worth the time to find clothing and accessories that you will not see on everyone else at home. The second hand clothing shops are great for getting that layered fashion look. I enjoyed my shopping and brought back... 更多
Must visit if you're in LA. Alot of great shopping and dining and photo opportunities. The kind of place you want to spend a few hours in just to explore. LOVE IT.
I wasn't 100% sure what to expect, but I was surprised at how much Melrose Ave didn't look like what I thought it would. There is a great cafe, Urth, where you can eat and people watch, and I thought it was nice to walk around but not nearly as glamorous as I was expecting.
There are numerous clothing and shoe stores to choose from! Bring walking shoes because you can easily spend an hour shopping around. We used CC's transportation/car service(213-425-6891) so parking wasn't a problem.
All the funky clothing stores and as much dining as you want, lot of neat people and it is still one of LA's hip chic areas. If you are searching for celebrities this is the area
This is a real slice of LA. There is something for everyone in fashion, dining, bars or just hanging out. A must stop for locals and those who are visiting LA.