Wednesday, April 14, 2010
PIC from lfstores.com
Last time I was visiting my friend in L.A. I had a chance to walk around Westwood Village.
As I walked around near the campus of UCLA, a small blink-and-you-would-miss-it size boutique caught my eyes with a huge sale sign.
Inside, literally from floor to ceiling, I found some great pieces that you would love if you are not into those mass merchandised items and look for unique original style.
The store was probably no bigger than 12x12, though I spent about an hour scouring through the racks and shelves they had and walked out with soft modal asymmetrical knee length skirt, chocolate brown tiered linen skirt, purple leopard print scarf, and a multi colored plaid scarf.
The grand total cost for the four pieces? $60.
That is including the asymmetrical layered skirt by L Furst, mind you, that can be worn ALL year with tights, with boots, with 4 inch heels and ballet flats.
The LF skirt's original price? $102.
Talk about a killer deal!
Unfortunately the price was a result of a going out of business sale.
I couldn't be more sad to hear that I probably wouldn't be able to score a deal nearly great as this one I just did in the future, but lucky for me, there are several locations of the LF boutique stores in the L.A. area.