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As reported by The Eastsider LA, longtime Sunset Junction retailer Pull My Daisy will be closing up shop on March 24th. The store, which has been around for more than a decade, offers vintage wares as well as a house line and designs from under-the-radar LA labels.
This isn't the first time that owner Sarah Dale has thought about selling the place, but this most-recent decision sounds pretty final. She's turned over the keys to the couple that owns Porridge Clothing, who plan to open a men's and women's shop in the space. Dale says the move isn't from from lack of sales. Instead, she's ready to turn her attention to neighborhood activism and spending more time with her son. "It's still super fun," she said. "I'm just ready for new stuff."
The store will be hosting a close-out sale before it officially shuts down.
· Pull My Daisy [Official Site]
· Silver Lake renegade retailer to close Sunset Junction shop [The Eastsider LA]
· (Still) On the Block: Pull My Daisy in Sunset Junction [Racked]
· R.I.P. Bingo, Pull My Daily Mourns Retail Pup [Racked]