La Jolla consignment shops, like much of La Jolla, do things a little more upscale than other places. Often called “boutiques” or by names synonymous with Hollywood glamour, La Jolla resale shops sell brand name, designer clothes.
At a store with a name like Symphony Home Décor & Design, prospective clients might expect to find only the most exquisite furnishings and fabrics available, materials that express a harmonious agreement of design and color at the store in La Jolla Village.
H. Moradi is one of La Jolla’s go-to jewelers for fine and estate pieces since 1999. Its staff recently returned from Miami’s annual convention for antique and estate jewelry vendors and is now showcasing a superb collection of one-of-a-kind pieces in precious metals.
Whether it’s a custom eyebrow shaping, a bikini-ready Brazilian waxing, or a specialized skin peel or facial, Brazilia Skin Care keeps its male and female clients blissfully smooth. Family-owned and operated by founder Excelda Imerman and her two daughters, Gia and Ashton, Brazilia has three North County San Diego locations in La Jolla and Del Mar.
The Everett Stunz store in La Jolla, known for its high-end bed and bath selection, recently debuted the Sharper Image Response Sleep System, which features a revolutionary mattress designed to promote quality sleep and relaxation. Everett Stunz, is the first store in the nation to carry the line.
La Jolla has a new, very fashionable neighbor. Kate Spade New York opened its doors Sept. 28, with a grand opening party on Oct. 4. Located at 7931 Girard Ave., the store sells luxury apparel, small leather goods, accessories and shoes.
A group of La Jolla merchants in the 7700-7800 blocks of Girard Avenue is having their annual Holiday Open House from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 7.