If you want stylish clothing for bargain deals, NCJW|LA’s Studio City Council Thrift store is the place to shop. From half off suits, to buy 2 get 1 free dresses, our thrift store has prices hard to find anywhere else. In this week’s spotlight, we are going to explore our Studio City thrift store. The…Read More

Need some fun summer dresses or shorts for the hot summer days? NCJW|LA’s Fairfax Council Thrift Shop has all the summer essentials. In this week’s spotlight, we are going to explore our Fairfax Council Thrift Shop. Every summer, I am on the hunt for the perfect pair of jean shorts. It is hard to find…Read More

While many savvy thrift shoppers already know to visit Council Thrift Shops for great deals on designer clothes, shoes and unique collectibles, they may not know that Council Thrift Shops also stock a wide variety of incredible and often hard-to-find furniture at great prices. From Mid-Century Modern to Hollywood Glamour, the Studio City Council Thrift…Read More

Welcome to our new blog series, where we will be spotlighting all of our Council Thrift Shop locations in the weeks to come. With 8 stores throughout Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, each with their own distinct personalities and neighborhoods to explore, visiting any Council Thrift makes for a fun shopping adventure. Our…Read More

The Thrifting Divas featured a gorgeous clutch handbag from Council Thrift Shops in their recent blog post on how to dress fabulous without spending your last dime. You will never guess how much they paid for the bag! To see their post, click here!…Read More

BECOME A MEMBER AND SAVE 10%! The primary benefit of joining NCJW/LA is being part of a group of like-minded women who share a rich tradition of social justice activism and community service. In addition to the many other benefits, members receive a 10% discount at our Council Thrift Shops! That’s right, 10% off at…Read More

Helmut Lang x Robert Mapplethorpe I throw around terms like “minimalism” and “draping” pretty often on this blog so I am going to try to describe the work of Helmut Lang without falling back on either. Though the brand is now known for their contemporary basics in the 90’s Helmut Lang was on the fore…Read More

  Happy 76th birthday to Issey Miyake, born April 22, 1938. I am proud to share the spectrum of original Miyake designs that have come through our stores in the past few months:   Floral patterns on the pleats Miyake is best known for An asymmetrical vintage Miyake “FÊTE” party skirt A raver style hand…Read More

The internet tells me that it is officially Spring time now. This means that though it may still be too early to start wearing your favorite pair of formal shorts, you can start reintroducing color into your wardrobe.  Nothing says “I am ready to see the sun again” like the designs of Emilio Pucci. In…Read More

Irving Penn x Versace No offense to Donatella but I feel like the Versace brand got a little murky after the untimely death of Gianni Versace. By the time I was getting into fashion, Versace was associated with “bling” and their designs were hard to differentiate from other glamorous Italian brands like Dolce & Gabbana….Read More