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- Start your day at Cuban café and Eater sandwich fave Porto's Bakery (3614 W Magnolia Blvd). It's not uncommon
- Once your tummy is sufficiently fueled, head over to former indie 38er shop It's A Wrap! (3315 W Magnolia Bl
- Your next stop is Junk for Joy (3314 W Magnolia Blvd), a wonderful and wacky wonderland of all things retro and kitsch. Find everything from 1950s cummerbunds, flapper girl costumes and much, much more at this quir
- For a very, very slim chance of a Janie Bryant sighting, make your way over to costume designer
- Now that you've restocking your closet with throwback treasures, perhaps you'll want to pick up a few things for the rest of your abode? If so, end your shopping spree at antique shop Best of Times (3401 W
From Larchmont to La Brea to Eastside enclaves and Westside nabes, our Perfect Saturday series continues with a visit to Burbank. Known as the "Media Capital of the World," the charming city's swarming with tons of film and TV studios—making nearby Magnolia Boulevard and its many vintage havens the perfect place for casting off all that celebrity-worn clothing.
This vintage- and antique-filled shopping stretch offers more than enough options for a full day of treasure hunting, so we've prepped a primer of the street's must-visit shops for an afternoon walking adventure. Let's go!
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