L F Stores

★★☆☆☆
  • 106 S. Robertson Blvd

    Los Angeles, CA 90048

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  • 310-271-3668

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I really want to like LF. They have a funky vibe, lots of trendy styles for many occasions, and a great selection of shoes and accessories. You can pick out a girly little sundress, punky rocker tee, patent-leather belt, antiquey dangly earrings ... anything. HOWEVER, I cannot get past their merchandising. Their "thing" is to throw clothes about in "artful" abandon, laying certain styles across others, positioning t-shirts "erupting" from a drawer, shoes dangling off a shelf, etc. I know it's intended to be this way, but it looks like a hurricane just whipped through the store. It is totally confusing and overwhelming (not to mention annoying). I have visited at least four different LF locations, and they all have this chaotic layout which I can't seem to navigate, even though the clothes are cute. Head to Lisa Kline, Intuition, or even Kitson for a less jarring shopping experience. PS For the quality and overall lack of designer labels, the clothes here are NOT cheap.

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I really want to like LF. They have a funky vibe, lots of trendy styles for many occasions, and a great selection of shoes and accessories. You can pick out a girly little sundress, punky rocker tee, patent-leather belt, antiquey dangly earrings ... anything. HOWEVER, I cannot get past their merchandising. Their "thing" is to throw clothes about in "artful" abandon, laying certain styles across others, positioning t-shirts "erupting" from a drawer, shoes dangling off a shelf, etc. I know it's intended to be this way, but it looks like a hurricane just whipped through the store. It is totally confusing and overwhelming (not to mention annoying). I have visited at least four different LF locations, and they all have this chaotic layout which I can't seem to navigate, even though the clothes are cute. Head to Lisa Kline, Intuition, or even Kitson for a less jarring shopping experience. PS For the quality and overall lack of designer labels, the clothes here are NOT cheap.

Pros: clothes, selection, location

Cons: ATMOSPHERE

 

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