Ooh La La
Ooh La La's creatively imagined Pacific Avenue façade invites customers to pass through the boutique's intricate glass double doors, which are flanked by retired yellow railroad boxcars. Owner Annette Hoag stocks her unmistakable fashion oasis with a diversity of stylish wares poised to sate both rebellious and more reserved tastes. Ooh La La's friendly staffers provide a personal shopping experience by cheerfully recommending their favorite items. The store’s style roster ranges from casual fashion jewelry to upscale vintage apparel, which in the past has included a couture dress by Chanel and the neon-green scrunchie famously discarded by the Bride of Frankenstein.