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It's A Wrap

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It's A Wrap

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3315 W Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505-2908
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North HollywoodLos Angeles Metro Rail38 min
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Private Los Angeles Helicopter Ride with Rooftop Landing
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Private Los Angeles Helicopter Ride with Rooftop Landing

See Los Angeles from the air during a 50-minute helicopter tour with your private party of up to four passengers. Cast your eyes over sweeping views of the Pacific Palisades, Marina del Rey, Beverly Hills, Hollywood and the Sunset Strip. Toast your aerial adventure with Champagne during a 15-minute landing atop a building that overlooks the downtown skyline. Take off from Burbank’s Atlantic terminal and choose from multiple departure times.
$511.80 per adult
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NBush wrote a review Dec 2019
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I used to live in LA. If I needed something to wear I would always swing by. Once I needed a pair of jeans, I picked my size, they fit perfectly, they cost $10. only to find out they were $132 pair of jeans Joe jeans. I purchased wool coats, sweaters all kinds of clothing that I could wear on an everyday basis. I didn't go there of hopes of finding a star-studded something special. You just have to look at it for what it is; it is costuming coming from a wardrobe department and they didn't take it back to the store, that's it. When going in, have no high hopes or expectations.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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olivejo wrote a review Sep 2019
Tampa, Florida70 contributions26 helpful votes
They are happy to sell but refuse to refund when they make mistakes. Be sure you know approximately what you owe prior to going to the register and check each charge before leaving the store. Sometimes you will find a good deal but it is hit or miss. 75% off is only a good deal if they have the actual original price. So often these are inflated. Items lately are from already cheap places like The Gap and Old Navy. If you are a size small or better yet extra small you will have much to choose from. Size medium or more ptetty slim pickings. I doubt IWill go back.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Hotelsaremyjob wrote a review Jun 2019
Anchorage, Alaska57 contributions19 helpful votes
If you are looking for items for a specific show/episode you may be dissapointed. The racks are not set up by show and half the clothes are in tiny sizes or very basic styles for the extras. But if you think of it as a nicer Plato's closet and are patient you will probably love it. Picked up a vintage Saville Row (London not JC Penney) blazer, matching vintage slacks and almost new dress shoes for under $45. Selection varies wildly so you may spend an hour to find a couple things but totally worth it.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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divagreta2016 wrote a review May 2019
Los Angeles, California66 contributions23 helpful votes
For the right person this place is heaven on Christmas Day. For the wrong person this place is Hell during the the hot spell. The reason the reviews are all over the map is that this store is Unique. It's not Nordstroms, but then if's not Good Will either. It's a weird combination of both. I happen to have a workshop nearby and popped in on Mother's Day just for a quick look. Two and 1/2 hours later I left just before closing. I struggled to carry back to my car a huge bag of items. Once home.I hung everything up and went over my items. Seven men's dress shirts. Check. Two sports jackets. Check. One cap. Check. One hoody. Check. One suit. Check. One high end tee shirt. Check Only then did I notice that my hoody had two puncture holes in it. And one of my jackets was missing a few buttons. But the little sadness vanished when I looked at my total bill. $107.49. Out the door. I had timed this dive into the unknown perfectly,though by accident, since most of my buys were on sale 75% off the already marked down price. But just because they are open every day does not mean you can't plan on your special day. The condition of most of the items was either gently worn or hardly even looked at. Some had been through the war and looked like they were on the losing side. If your pick was only used once in the library scene, or for months in the staged fight it will be visible on the costume. . Like most people I send things out to the thrift store only when the shabby has overshadowed the chic. I have found scores in the dollar bin at thrifts, but they are only cool to wear while gardening, but not going to pass at your sister's wedding. Because I was rushed in my time in the magic cave of Aladdin I skipped the labels on the goods, and ignored the codes of production origin as well and just went with the fit and feel. But once at home I could go over each item carefully. I could not believe my eyes. Somehow I had two high end items. Online I found that my jacket was regularly sold at full retail for fifteen hundred dollars. I am not going to replace the missing button I am going to wait for someone to notice. Those disappointed that they did not find a pair of the Ruby Slippers for two dollars, or an exact name on each and every item, this place will leave them sad and angry, and they will never return. The staff has to be fully qualified to herd cats after only a short spell working here. For the few who live nearby it's like shooting fish in a barrel. I personally kept tabs on a very special raincoat for over a year, and only put it into my hall closet-- when it was reduced to $12. My ballpark calculation on the sales tax on the full price retail sticker -- about $120. Even if it rained every day it could not be worth that to me. Somewhere in the store there is at least one pair of men's boxer's that someone is going to want to own. Costing $32. All silk. Hand stitched by a 'Savile Row' firm in London. And most likely worn once,but not for long, by a shirtless hunk on Days of Our Lives on a random Friday. On Demand here can be your best bud. Someone will put this into a shadow box. and proudly point it out as their souvenir from Hollywood but for me the $3 Hanes I found will be far more comfortable and get more use.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Rumor1 wrote a review Feb 2019
21 contributions3 helpful votes
My wife an I make a special trip when we are in LA to make sure we stop at Its A Wrap. She always finds at lest 5 dresses. She is a size zero so for her, a ton of dresses are already cut for her size. I found 3 suits this time and just need to do some hemming and good to go. Last time I picked up a D&G suit and this time a Brooks Brothers.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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