Every girl loves a little retail therapy, and it's safe to say Christina Hendricks is no exception after seeing her take on the shops along Melrose Ave in Los Angeles this afternoon (July 26).
Making her initial stop at Rummage, the red-haired and red dress-wearing "Mad Men" stunner continued on to a nearby antique shop, where she looked ever so happy to pick up a vintage lamp.
During a recent sitdown with The Look, Christina chatted about her style, her favorite places to shop and how her style has changed.
As for how her fashion know-how has evolved in the past five years, Hendericks explained, "I've learned a lot from being on 'Mad Men,' as far as tailoring and silhouettes," adding that she "has a lot of pencil skirts" now.
"I used to like very 1920s baggy, floral, lacy things that probably weren't the most flattering on me, but they were just so gorgeous that I wore them anyway," Christina continued.
And just where does she like to pick up her vintage wares? While Hendricks says the Salvation Army used to be her spot growing up, she's moved on to more high-end spots such as L.A's eclectic My Ulrika storefront.