kudzu antique market in decatur is a destination you don’t want to miss if you visit atlanta…
the selection of home goods, clothing, accessories, & everything in between is always unique & in perfect condition. the merchandise is set up in little vignettes throughout the warehouse, which is a really enjoyable way to peruse the array of interesting items.
for some reason i found the room filled with salt & pepper shakers to be oddly inspirational—i must’ve spent a good half hour exploring all the many kinds of shakers one could have…
winter wren is a young, boho-esque boutique in the ritzy area of virginia highlands. they carry well-known brands such as free people, badgely mischka, & michael kors the denim collection especially caught my attention with great labels such as 7 for all Mankind, & most of the jewelry is selected from local atlanta designers.
310 rosemont has the same owner, winter hodges, as winter wren, but this boutique is much more upscale & exclusive (they were actually serving champagne when i walked in!) some of their labels include marc jacobs, elizabeth & james, vince, haute hippie, shoes by stuart weitzman, alice & olivia & frye, & jeans by hudson & true religion. i like that they had menswear as well. southern tide, gitman bros, southern proper, ralph lauren & peter millar shoes made a very nice collection for a dapper young gentleman.
this store has everything. period.
little 5 points is my favorite neighborhood in atlanta. its colorful character never disappoints–& you won’t leave without seeing at least a dozen skull tattoos, shouting vagabonds, and rock n’ roll restaurants.
rag-o-rama is your typical buy, sell, trade thrift store, but the buyers working this place really know how to pick some good digs. i am never disappointed with the variety and condition of the clothing & accessories here
junkman’s daughter is more than a thrift store–in fact, the used clothing only takes up a small corner in the back. junkman’s daughter is referred to as an ‘alternative superstore’: people come here to spend hours perusing all the crazy gifts, vibrant new clothing (nothing comes without neon or holograms), and quirky items the store has to sell.
the clothing warehouse is my favorite thrift store in atlanta. it has everything a thrift store needs: good selection, reasonable prices, no odd smells, well-organized (color coordinated a plus), & friendly, eccentric sales folk. the bonus of this particular store is that its located right next to little five points pizza: one of the best slices in the south…
even though wish isn’t a thrift store, its a must-stop in little 5 points. this boutique has really hip digs from joy rich, en noir, zanerobe, play by come de garçons, & they also carry herschel bags & really unique sneakers from well-known brands such as nike & puma.