During the Stone Age, dressing for distress was all the rage, because cave people knew tattered threads would make them less likely to be courted by a handsome triceratops. Dress for success with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of vintage-inspired apparel and accessories at Taylrz Joynt in Sherman Oaks.
Taylrz Joynt's goldenrod interior overflows with a quirky collection of vintage-inspired apparel, arrayed amid a chic menagerie of feminine furnishings and vibrant art. The full stock features sewn strands by designers such as Viereck, Cowgirl Heaven, Za Za Zsu, and Vim Trousseau, and includes custom dresses ($49+) and tops ($32+). The boutique's jewelry ($20+), which shimmers like a pack of figure skaters under a delicate glass chandelier, is an ideal source of anniversary gifts and Most Improved Lumberjack prizes. An assortment of handbags ($38+) is also present to bask in the approving gaze of the models that plaster the walls.
guilt free style blog has featured Taylrz Joynt:
- Amongst many coffee shops and hair salons on the stretch of Ventura between Fulton and Woodman is this sweet little boutique with some of the most original styles I've seen in a while. The price point is beyond "guilt free". – nikki, guilt free style
Slouchy tops, 1950s-inspired dresses, and bohemian-chic rompers stock the racks at Taylrz Joynt, home to the proprietary Taylr Jay line. Spanning two locations, Taylrz Joynt's collection of young, feminine clothing flatters a wide spectrum of body types with shoulder-baring tops and Bohama pants, Taylr Jay's chic update to harem pants and the long-anticipated solution to the problem of transporting bags of goldfish home from the pet store. The store also stocks upscale dresses, such as a flirty pleated cocktail dress in on-trend orange shades. The boutiques donate 5% of all profits to the Hopes and Dreams Foundation.