Karla Deras of The Line by K Shares Her MISSBISH Shopping Guide
As a fashion designer, Karla Deras is constantly sifting through the next best silhouettes and textures to incorporate into her brand, The Line by K -- making her the perfect go-to girl for our latest shopping guide. While her list includes both online faves and vintage LA shops, Karla admits to having a preference for the net; telling us that she even goes on Amazon for items as small as Post-Its and spices. Check out her shopping guide for MISSBISH below!
The hunt for good designer stuff ends here! They have Giuseppe Zanotti slides for $175 USD, instead of $775, Alaia belts for $150 USD and Chloe silk trousers for a super discounted consignment price. I browse through their site almost every night in hopes of finding something I cannot live without. Go visit TheRealReal... you'll thank me later.
eBay & Etsy
70% of my wardrobe comes from eBay or Etsy. I am obsessed with vintage and enjoy the thrill of finding a hidden gem. Many times the clothes don't fit me well, so I just take them to get tailored.
Good for men's vintage clothing -- I love wearing men's clothing. They also have a good selection of vintage 501s.
The shop smells like cigarettes, but I love sifting through pretty jacquard dresses, wool pencil skirts, and embroidered satin jackets.
Sherman Oaks Antique Mall
They carry everything from vintage sterling silver jewelry to furniture from the '70s. I once found a '50s lucite bag in perfect condition for an incredibly discounted price.
Photo by: Laura Pierce