Jet Rag
Thrift Store
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825 N La Brea Ave Los Angeles, CA 90046
825 North La Brea AvenueUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90046
(323) 939-0528
Thrift Store, Used Clothing Store
Thrift Store
Used Clothing Store
Vintage Clothing Store
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Roomy vintage clothing store offering used apparel for men & women with $1 sales on Sundays.- Google
"Better bang for your buck and customer service at Wasteland or Buffalo Exchange."
"Even though I think it's a weird policy to take my purse away while I'm browsing."
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Steven Speciale
2 months ago
My favorite vintage clothes store. Can easily find wild things from the 70's here. Large leather jacket collection. Pro tip: On Sundays, you can comb big piles of clothes in the front and buy things for $1!!!! I have many amazing ties that I bought here for $1. I have ties that were $100 that I don't wear as often as my $1 Jet Rag ties
Ellyott Colon
3 months ago
bought a pair of cowboy boots for $60. Not even 30 min into wearing them the first time the heel breaks off one of the boots. The shoe repair store said the boots had been rotting and the store wouldn't give me a refund or exchange even though they sold me a rotting product.
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Alexander Cain
a year ago
My recommendation is only for the $1 dollar sales on Sunday which can sometimes be competitive especially for women trying to find an old dress that can still be part of an outfit. There are definitely some hidden gems in the dollar sales if you are willing to dig through piles of old clothes for. I found a plaid shirt and a button up and most importantly a tape of Waiting to Exhale. If you can't get excited about that I don't know if Jet Rag is right for you. The rest of the time its pretty much the same kind of overpriced vintage store that floods Hollywood.
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helen synyder
a year ago
You have to be super patient to find some things here. I got a few weekend dresses and accessories for a reasonable price. The experience sucked. The workers there are rude! They look at everyone and follow everyone like they are all thieves. Its very uncomfortable having someone follow you when you are trying to shop. Specially when you really have to look to find something good. I think this is a one time experience because I'm never coming back here again
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Julie Ghoulie
2 weeks ago
They play good music and the dresses and hats are stunning from all different decades. I just want them all. Even though I think it's a weird policy to take my purse away while I'm browsing
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José Galván
6 months ago
This place has a good selection of clothes, but unfortunately their business practices and rudeness overshadow their merchandise. My girlfriend who is a Wardrobe stylist made a pull for a job and they tacked on an extra $230 rental fee, to the already 40% studio pull fee, WITHOUT telling her that there would be a Rental fee. When she tried to get the hidden fee reversed she practically got yelled at by owner Orit. Awful customer service. Shady and deceptive business practice. Not cool. Check your receipts carefully if you insist on shopping here. Better bang for your buck and customer service at Wasteland or Buffalo Exchange.
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Adriana Magana
3 months ago
I been coming to the store for the past 20 years l love coming on Sundays you always find something unexpected and unique. And for a buck
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Amanda Pontier
2 years ago
$1 sales on sunday can be pretty chaotic, but I found something one time, i think?