Owned by three Brazilian siblings, K-la stocks party-worthy pieces from labels like Collective Clothing.
You have to be ready to dig at this thrift-store duo, but those who do will be handsomely rewarded. We turned up a trove of '70s-ish cotton shirtdresses and gowns festooned with oversize floral prints—almost all of which were priced under $30.
Jenn Ripley's relocated and reopened enterprise—in a former livestock barn from the 1890s—is really an outlet masquerading as a boutique. One-of-a-kind pieces at a fraction of their original prices line the racks, where you can find huge names like Zac Posen and Badgley Mischka along with up-and-comers like Luxury Jones.
Devoted to work by students, faculty, and alumni of the Savannah College of Art and Design, this spot offers truly world-class wares, from paintings to intricate scrimshaw jewelry. 1600 Peachtree St. NW, 404-253-2769
This place is famous for its market-style food emporium and well-reviewed restaurants—so it's no surprise that locals tend to forget about the excellent range of home items.
Lucky's favorite stores in Atlanta's Alpharetta neighborhood!
When college friends Bouna Choe and Julie Flynn opened this bare-bones loft space in the town of Alpharetta in 2004, customers kept dropping hints about where they could buy some carpeting to cover up the concrete floors. From Atlanta's Alpharettta neighborhood store listing.
Market Fronted by a parking lot of statuary, this location offers a terrific roundup of tabletop goods and old signage. From Atlanta's Alpharetta neighborhood store listing.
Hosting 500 dealers on the third weekend of each month (Friday through Sunday), this location has everything from furniture to daguerreotypes. From Atlanta's Alpharetta neighborhood store listing.