Best Places For Fall / Winter Clothes For Women in LA

Best Places For Fall / Winter Clothes For Women in LA

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Bundling up in LA may simply mean swapping sandals for leather booties, but why should that keep us from purchasing a few new seasonal wardrobe pieces. After all staying on top of new trends and preparing for that one week when temps plummet is pretty important. Plus, with a crop of new store openings, holiday pop-up shops and amazing veteran establishments, girls’ shopping trips become pretty hard resist. Therefore, we’ve put together a list of clothing retailers we think you should hit up to stock up on winter staples like jackets and more.

What are your favorite places for winter clothing in L.A.? Share in the comments below!

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Intermix
110 N Robertson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(310) 860-0113
www.intermixonline.com

Rife with stunning treasures from both established and up-and-coming highbrow designers, this posh boutique is nestled in between the many other coveted stores on famous Robertson Boulevard. Aside from a celebrity spotting or two, you’ll see drool-worthy jacket and coat finds from Intermix’s own line, goose down long jackets, plaid jackets by Laveer, blazers, capes and throws, Barbara Bui sweaters, boots from faves like Rag & Bone and much more. In addition to jackets and outerwear, the store carries a myriad of finds ranging from jeans and dresses to bags and shoes. Price tags can be steep, but if you’re in search of timeless fall and winter pieces, you’ve come to the right place.

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Planet Blue
2940 Main St
Santa Monica, CA
(310) 396-1767
www.shopplanetblue.com

Exuding Californian elegance and boho flair, this hotspot with locations in Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Venice, Malibu and elsewhere around LA might be heavy on the shorts and resort kaftans, but it also has all the cozy-chic essentials you’ll need throughout the next few months. Comb the racks and shelves for wintry dresses, and warm jackets from a variety of cult brands (For Love & Lemons, Stone Cold Fox and Flynn Skye), a slew of must-have ponchos and lounge-around jumpers by such names as WildFox, BB Dakota and Velvet. You’ll also find a wide selection of fashionable sweaters and cardigans from brands like Sundry, Free People, Tigerlily, BB Dakota and many more. Want to complete the outfit? They also offer jewelry including cuffs, bracelets, rings and more.

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Free People
13030 San Vicente Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 451-5995
www.freepeople.com

Heavy on the effortless bohemian style is at the heart of this brand! Located throughout the city, including Brentwood, Hollywood, Topanga, Glendale, Century City, Manhattan beach and elsewhere around LA and Orange County, this fashion forward boutique does an excellent job of putting its namesake threads on display in the perfect luxe-lodge setting. What you’ll come across: colorful knit sweaters, flared denim, military leather jackets, wool coats, tuxedo blazers, sweater jackets, plush fuzzy jackets, a ton of fair-isle and buffalo-plaid prints and much more. Not only will you get into the winter spirit after paying a visit, but you’ll probably be tempted to take a trip to a snowed-in cabin to test out your new Free People buys.

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Nasty Gal
8115 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 658-1010
www.nastygal.com

With the debut of the store’s very first brick-and-mortar home on Melrose Avenue, the beloved trend-conscious retailer occupies an impressive 3,500 square feet store offering designs from its own edgy line, as well as vintage additions and finds from outside labels that you’ve probably seen and loved on their website. Yes, bright faux-fur jackets have taken over and do expect to get your fix of chunky statement sweaters. When you’re done ogling everything, be sure to visit the dreamy shoe salon for just-released boots and booties.

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COS
357 N. Beverly Dr.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 734-3472
www.cosstores.com

Taking over Banana Republic’s location in Beverly Hills, H&M’s highly anticipated London-based sister store, COS, features an expansive two-story boutique in the heart of Beverly Hills where shoppers browse in an airy and gorgeously jaw-dropping setting. Flaunting a ton of Fall/Winter staples, here you’ll find structural coats, oversized cardigans, cashmere trousers and wool scarves that are streamlined but refined enough to wear during a night out on the town.

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Nordstrom Topanga
Westfield Topanga Mall
21725 Victory Blvd.
Canoga Park, CA 91303
(818) 884-7900
www.nordstrom.com

A perennial establishment that’s always abuzz, the Nordstrom location at the Westfield Topanga Mall is one of the best and biggest in Los Angeles. With a Topshop department to boot, the three-story store has all of the usual sections, and a sprawling women’s shoe playground. If you’re in search of Northface fleeces, the latest DKNY leather jacket, a heavy parka, or an après ski faux-fur vest, you will find it all here. In addition, the stores carries a huge selection of warm sweaters and cardigans, hats, gloves and everything else you’ll need to complete your perfect winter outfit. And, don’t forget to hit up Spa Nordstrom for some post-shopping R&R.

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Anthropologie
1402 3rd Street Promenade
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 393-4763
www.anthropologie.com

A longtime favorite for their one of a kind threads from notable labels like Tracy Reese, Bailey 44 and McGinn, Anthropologie is key for this season and the next. While taking in the aroma of delectable woodsy candles and perfumes scattered throughout the open-concept store, you’ll find jewel-embellished sweaters, prim peacoats, festive and feminine lacy cocktails dresses, toasty knit caps, and much more for your winter wardrobe. No matter where you’re headed, you’ll feel stylishly prepared and pretty. Anthropologie has locations throughout LA including Glendale, the Century City Mall, Santa Monica, The Grove, Torrance, Beverly Hills and elsewhere in the city.

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Scoop NYC
216 26th St.
Santa Monica, CA 90402
(424) 238-5499
www.scoopnyc.com

Located just across the street from the iconic Brentwood Country Mart, this well-curated, label-heavy boutique has swoonable necessities galore. From just-in Phillip Lim sweaters to Scoop’s own genuine-fur vests to leather pants by Helmut Lang, prices here can be a little steep, but whatever you choose will last you for years to come. And did we mention they have some great booties, fedoras and jewels to go along with your new precious purchases?

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William B+Friends
Westfield Century City Mall
10250 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90067
(310) 277-1277
www.williambandfriends.com

With affordable pricing and a fashion forward outlook on the pieces they carry in store, William B + Friends is a great option for those who want to not only get the latest and most fashionable looks for Fall/Winter, but also for those who don’t want to break the bank doing so. The Century City mall store, with another location in Studio City, offers everything from knit wraps, warm fur vests, long sleeve thermals and fedoras to vests, jackets and jewelry. In addition, they carry a great selection of stylish booties to complete your outfit.

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Cusp
Westfield Century City Mall
10250 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90067
(310) 552-0300
www.cusp.com

Westside fashionistas unite because this is about to become your one-stop clothing shop. Tucked away in the Century City mall, this sprawling concept store by Neiman Marcus is bound to have that sequined Alice & Olivia party dress or Vince turtleneck you’ve been eyeing. To top it off, an accessories bar awaits with great pieces to make your outfit work. And by way of jackets, get ready for edgy bombers, Parisian-chic boucle jackets, and capelets from other notable names like Rebecca Minkoff and IRO.

What are your favorite places for winter clothing in L.A.? Share in the comments below!

Article by Valerie Friedrich.