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From Vintage to Value: Shopping for Clothing or Costumes in Burbank's Magnolia Park
Whether you are shopping for costume-centric holidays like Halloween, gearing up for a themed event, or looking to add a little old-school style to your wardrobe, there's probably no better part of Los Angeles to check out than the section of Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank nicknamed Vintage Row. Also known as Magnolia Park, this is the section of Magnolia from Hollywood Way east to just past Buena Vista, where you'll find all sorts of vintage, re-sale, collectible, and antique shops.
From knick-knakcs to plaid slacks, there are several shops lined up here that can help you get you in a whole new outfit. There's the bargain basement markdowns of a dyed-in-the-wool thrift shop to some incredibly well-curated vintage stores, as well as some costume-oriented and Halloween-y year-round spots. Here's our guide to the best of the clothing shops here.
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