Does this street look familiar to you? It should. This street is often the street they film whenever they show Beverly Hills. I guess because it's lined with the famous Palm Trees CA is known for.
When one thinks of Rodeo Drive, one conjures up images of wealth, movie stars, moguls and expensive shopping. Rodeo Drive is famous for designer labels and haute couture fashion.
An appointment and $1500 may buy you a private dressing room complete with Martini Bars. But, in some stores that price could run double or higher.
Here we are at Giorgio Armani. Did you need anything there? I could drop you off and come back to get you.
Well, well. Look at this store. There is no name and no address on the building. I guess if you have to ask where it is then you really can't afford to shop here, at Prada.
Hmmmm, I never knew you were nobody, until you made it to Rodeo Drive.We can't drive up here. So you can just take a peek. We would have to get out and walk here.
Yes, this is the street where you will find Ralph Lauren's Polo shop, Tiffany & Co. and Harry Winston, which is where many of the stars get their beautiful jewelry they wear when they go to the award shows.Do you remember the movie Pretty Woman? Well this is where it was filmed. Yes that's right. Richard Gere and Julia Roberts lived in this Hotel for weeks. All the shops they went to were on Rodeo Drive.
Rodeo Drive is 3 blocks long and some of the shops may close down so they can cater to their elite clients. Some shoppers want the whole store to themselves and will pay big bucks to get the shop owner to close down for them.
What is that? You say you can't afford to shop on Rodeo? Well then let me tell you a little secrete. If you look around you will find a shop right there on Rodeo Drive with nothing over $15.00. Yes you heard me right. You too can wear clothes and tell people you bought it on Rodeo Drive.
Well ladies, we have to leave now. I'm getting a bit dizzy being around all this money, fancy cars and expensive clothes. I need to get back to TJ Maxx where I belong.