The third eponymous outpost from one of Atlanta's retail visionaries (his other stores focus on fancier lines), has a mod atmosphere and outstanding finds, including Cheap Monday denim and Toms espadrilles.
Occupying a bright red building smack in the middle of the rough-and-tumble Little Five Points area (home to tattoo parlors and innumerable bars), this easy-to-shop, organized-by-color vintage depot devotes entire walls to specific cuts of collectible Levi's and pleasingly beat-up cowboy boots. 420 Moreland Ave. NE, 404-524-5070
Jaclyn Effron, who honed her vision while moonlighting as a travel and style editor in New York, designed this massive and airy space to feel like a general store. There's definitely a little bit of everything, all displayed on antique library-card cases and wrought-iron pot racks.
In the center of slightly hippieish Candler Park, this neo-romantic emporium outfits its bohemian clientele for special occasions (its adjoining shop specializes in wedding gowns). It's stocked with cool, keep-it-forever partywear, like dresses from Thread Social and sought-after Australian labels like Alannah Hill and Lisa Ho.
This humongous, world-famous second-weekend-of-the-month event—with 2,400 vendors—abounds with serious antiques and cute tchotchkes, like vintage toy soldiers.
The city's oldest vintage resource primarily features pre-'70s eras, so there are a few things that feel more costumey than everyday (poodle skirts, for one).
Recently relocated, this boutique still has the same well-chosen mix, including handprinted bags by Talulah B.
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Made up of dozens of mini boutiques, this spot is loaded with chic finds, from silk-screened tees by Gypsies Tramps & Thieves to simple vases from Tania Julian.
Every inch of this just-opened bilevel emporium has been carefully considered, from the high-wattage silver wallpaper in the dressing rooms to the rococo armchairs built into the walls that double as shelves.