Shopping in Magnolia Park
The Magnolia Park neighborhood is lined with countless boutiques featuring vintage-inspired clothing, antiques and one-of-a-kind stores. Check out some of our favorites!
This retro-inspired boutique is filled with innovative gift items, books, home accents and hand-picked fashions. Audrey K offers unique styles due to the store’s support of local designers and Audrey’s very own personal designs! Her dresses are individually produced in Los Angeles and made in small quantities to guarantee exclusivity.
Developed by artist-turned-cosmetic trendsetter Gabriela Hernandez, Bésame Cosmetics is a celebration of the beauty and integrity of vintage makeup – reinventing traditional pigments and application methods evoking the romance and nostalgia of Hollywood’s ‘Golden Age’. Plus, to celebrate the 80th anniversary of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” Bésame collaborated with Disney to create the exclusive Snow White line, inspired by the original artwork and color palette from the iconic film.
Unique Vintage delivers vintage-inspired style with a 21st twist. The store is curated with collections of classic throwback styles ranging from the 1920’s to the 1950’s. Both their online store and homegrown Burbank boutique carry a wide variety of dresses, skirts, swimsuits and accessories that add vintage flair to any wardrobe.
The only brick-and-mortar store in the country for this powerhouse makeup brush and cosmetics brand. This fun and bright location is always busy, but well worth the experience!
A haven for California-sourced art, sculpture, jewelry, gifts and accessories. Step inside and you are immediately surrounded by the inspired brilliance of amazing keepsakes and treasures, with an always-changing inventory of artists.
6. It’s A Wrap
Fan of the styles on your favorite TV show or movie? Now you can own it! It’s A Wrap picks up wardrobe and props from the sets of motion picture studios resulting in unique and special pieces you can own. The stock varies depending on the film or TV show represented in the store, so visit frequently.
Pinup Girl Clothing is the first company to do more than pay lip service to the idea that beauty is not a size. The store pays homage to beauty of all shapes and styles, and is full of bright color and fun patterns with a vintage vibe.
8. Rocket Fizz
A 1950’s-inspired candy and soda shop offering regional candies, old-style sodas, retro favorites, and some “new” items too. Most sodas are made with pure cane sugar in vintage-style glass bottles. Warning: pickle and bacon sodas are not for the faint of heart!
That’s just skimming the surface! When you’re ready for a break, check out some of the neighborhood’s amazing eateries, like Porto’s Bakery, meneSweets, Plush Puffs, Quenelle, The New Deal, and much, much more!