Shopping in Hollywood can be both hectic and financially frustrating. Everyone knows Hollywood is home to some of the biggest actors grossing millions of dollars in each movie. It is not a surprise that designers such as Gucci, Calvin Klein, and Chanel among others have shops all over the city. However, on the other side of the San Fernando Valley is North Hollywood. A city least extravagant and perfect for everyone’s shopping needs.
Everyone loves to shop, in the sense that no one hates having something new. Maybe women love it more than men but at the end, everyone has to shop. North Hollywood shopping can be exciting since the city offers an array of stores that cater to every need. There are malls with franchises and single outlets with high-quality products.
The first step when trying out North Hollywood shopping is identifying what you want. The next step is looking up different stores online to identify one that bests suits your needs. Moving from one store to the other trying to compare quality and prices can be disastrous. Many people who use such an approach end up settling after they grow tired.
Several stores specialize in clothes. The most popular is Macy’s on Laurel Plaza Canyon Road. It is a one-stop-shop for both male and female clothing. The stores also have a children’s section which makes it convenient for moms. Other shops such as Indexx Women Clothing on Lankershim Blvd provide a place where women can shop for clothes and jewelry to match.
Kathy’s E Boutique on Magnolia Blvd has made a name from the sale of vintage women clothing. To compliment the clothes, shoes, jewelry, and handbags are available. All vintage! Target is probably one of the largest shops in North Hollywood. The store is convenient for shoppers since it offers everything one may need in a house.
Target stores are a good place for men to shop since the products are not gender specific. Their shelves boast of a variety of goods, ranging from electronics to furniture. The store is located on Victoria Blvd an easily accessible road. MIDCENTURYLA in Cahuenga Blvd is another perfect store for furniture shopping. They specialize in upholstery and furniture. Most people who prefer it complain of too many people at Target.
Shopping for books can be hectic especially for someone new to a city. North Hollywood has several bookshops spread across the city. The popularity of bookshops is fuelled by the authors of bestseller books who do frequent book readings and signings in the city. Iliad Book Shop on Cahuenga Blvd has very high ratings. The bookstore is spacious with enough room and comfy sits for readings. The Green Man Store on Lankershim Blvd is smaller and more intimate as compared to Iliad. The Green Man offers more of a spiritual journey though reading from its candlelit setting.
After a long day shopping, one can unwind with a cup of coffee at TeaPot in Vineland Avenue. The shop offers an assortment of beverages accompanied by mouthwatering confectioneries. The coffee shop does deliveries and to-go orders. Clearly, North Hollywood is a shopping self-sufficient city.