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Best of the best: 6 rad vintage shops in Georgia

Best of the best: 6 rad vintage shops in Georgia

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Home to hundreds of thrift stores, the Peach State is filled with designer fashion, vintage pieces, and serious street style.

Home to hundreds of thrift stores, the Peach State is filled with designer fashion, vintage pieces, and serious street style.

Best of the best: 6 rad vintage shops in Georgia
Sweet peaches, Coca-Cola, and Southern charm...guess who? Of course, I’m talking about Georgia! From its food to its beaches to its sustainable style, Georgia is also home to hundreds of thrift stores where you can find designer fashion, vintage pieces, and serious street style.

In addition to Georgia’s excellent sense of sustainable fashion, the state is taking several important initiatives to preserve the state, like the Sustainable Growth Program. This program fosters intellectual, resilient development across the state, enabling communities to grow while using fewer resources and disturbing less open space. How peachy!

Before you grab your reusable tote bag and head out on a major thrifting spree, read below and discover the six best thrift shops in Georgia.

1. House of Strut

Let’s just say that they opened in 2015 and never looked back. House of Strut is a spunky vintage shop selling authentic curated fashion for all.

They have had some challenges the past year but have bounced back more resilient than ever. A cheerful, optimistic attitude radiates from the shop workers, much like the pieces you will find on the hangers.

Erica, the founder, says: “It’s been a wild and bumpy ride over the last year, but necessary to adapt and grow as a young business, and more importantly, as human beings. This past year has taught all of us more than we could’ve imagined. If we aren’t evolving and developing, we aren’t growing, so stay hungry and keep hustling. With hard work and determination, there’s no dream street you can’t strut down. XOXO.”

Aside from the brick-and-mortar shop, House of Strut offers styling services and rentals for any occasion. To learn more you can find them on Instagram, Facebook, Depop, Etsy, Tiktok, and Pinterest.

2. The Clothing Warehouse

Say hello to one of the best vintage shops in the South. Imagine rows and rows of groovy T-shirts, dresses, jackets, pants, and skirts. Oh, not to mention the accessories! Take a trip to the past in-store or online. The styles range from the 50s to the 90s, and every piece is just as original as you. I definitely added the vintage abstract pattern tank to my cart while writing this.

The Clothing Warehouse offers mystery boxes and wholesale too. First-time shoppers will receive 15% off their first order, offering an even sweeter deal to their already marked-down prices.

Get fashion inspiration from their Instagram page.

3. Rock it Vintage

Rock it Vintage is a small shop located in Atlanta, described as a shop “for the lovers of all things vintage and cool a$$ stuff.” They may have a small following but are nothing shy of immaculate with their large selection of bold pieces. Head over to their Instagram and give them a follow. They post regularly about upcoming shipments, satisfied customers, and their team.

Next time you find yourself in Atlanta, this is a must-stop-shop.

4. Psycho Sisters

This rad store is Atlanta’s go-to shop for new and vintage clothing from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. They’ve been in business for over 25 years and are committed to bringing you the best of the best from every era.

Psycho Sisters offers unique clothing pieces and one-of-a-kind accessories like wallets, choker necklaces, and masquerade masks. To see more of what they have to offer, check them out on Instagram.

5. East & Up

This ADORABLE vintage shop is based in Savannah and highlights local creators and artists in their shop. If you’re not a local, no worries! East & Up ships nationwide, so you can shop online. Currently, shoppers who spend $100 or more will receive a FREE reusable tote bag!

East + Up is the brainchild of Savannah fashion designer and small business owner Emily Bargeron. Emily is a #GirlBoss powerhouse that owns many other small businesses, like MAMIE RUTH, one of Savannah’s most well-known local clothing designs – all handmade here in the USA. This Betty Draper dress is something from my wildest dreams! See for yourself!

Check out their aesthetic Instagram to see how they style unique vintage pieces inspired by Savannah, Georgia.

6. Empty Vintage

Welcome to your favorite online superstore for all things thrifty and trendy. Offering men’s, women’s, and kids’ clothing, Empty Vintage offers colorful styles for everybody. Upon visiting the website, I was immediately excited to see this vintage style Tommy Hilfiger short sleeve hoodie.

Besides selling statement pieces online, Empty Vintage is also open for bookings to live virtual shopping experiences and pop-up events. You can learn more about these services here.

Sweet peaches, Coca-Cola, and Southern charm...guess who? Of course, I’m talking about Georgia! From its food to its beaches to its sustainable style, Georgia is also home to hundreds of thrift stores where you can find designer fashion, vintage pieces, and serious street style.

In addition to Georgia’s excellent sense of sustainable fashion, the state is taking several important initiatives to preserve the state, like the Sustainable Growth Program. This program fosters intellectual, resilient development across the state, enabling communities to grow while using fewer resources and disturbing less open space. How peachy!

Before you grab your reusable tote bag and head out on a major thrifting spree, read below and discover the six best thrift shops in Georgia.

1. House of Strut

Let’s just say that they opened in 2015 and never looked back. House of Strut is a spunky vintage shop selling authentic curated fashion for all.

They have had some challenges the past year but have bounced back more resilient than ever. A cheerful, optimistic attitude radiates from the shop workers, much like the pieces you will find on the hangers.

Erica, the founder, says: “It’s been a wild and bumpy ride over the last year, but necessary to adapt and grow as a young business, and more importantly, as human beings. This past year has taught all of us more than we could’ve imagined. If we aren’t evolving and developing, we aren’t growing, so stay hungry and keep hustling. With hard work and determination, there’s no dream street you can’t strut down. XOXO.”

Aside from the brick-and-mortar shop, House of Strut offers styling services and rentals for any occasion. To learn more you can find them on Instagram, Facebook, Depop, Etsy, Tiktok, and Pinterest.

2. The Clothing Warehouse

Say hello to one of the best vintage shops in the South. Imagine rows and rows of groovy T-shirts, dresses, jackets, pants, and skirts. Oh, not to mention the accessories! Take a trip to the past in-store or online. The styles range from the 50s to the 90s, and every piece is just as original as you. I definitely added the vintage abstract pattern tank to my cart while writing this.

The Clothing Warehouse offers mystery boxes and wholesale too. First-time shoppers will receive 15% off their first order, offering an even sweeter deal to their already marked-down prices.

Get fashion inspiration from their Instagram page.

3. Rock it Vintage

Rock it Vintage is a small shop located in Atlanta, described as a shop “for the lovers of all things vintage and cool a$$ stuff.” They may have a small following but are nothing shy of immaculate with their large selection of bold pieces. Head over to their Instagram and give them a follow. They post regularly about upcoming shipments, satisfied customers, and their team.

Next time you find yourself in Atlanta, this is a must-stop-shop.

4. Psycho Sisters

This rad store is Atlanta’s go-to shop for new and vintage clothing from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. They’ve been in business for over 25 years and are committed to bringing you the best of the best from every era.

Psycho Sisters offers unique clothing pieces and one-of-a-kind accessories like wallets, choker necklaces, and masquerade masks. To see more of what they have to offer, check them out on Instagram.

5. East & Up

This ADORABLE vintage shop is based in Savannah and highlights local creators and artists in their shop. If you’re not a local, no worries! East & Up ships nationwide, so you can shop online. Currently, shoppers who spend $100 or more will receive a FREE reusable tote bag!

East + Up is the brainchild of Savannah fashion designer and small business owner Emily Bargeron. Emily is a #GirlBoss powerhouse that owns many other small businesses, like MAMIE RUTH, one of Savannah’s most well-known local clothing designs – all handmade here in the USA. This Betty Draper dress is something from my wildest dreams! See for yourself!

Check out their aesthetic Instagram to see how they style unique vintage pieces inspired by Savannah, Georgia.

6. Empty Vintage

Welcome to your favorite online superstore for all things thrifty and trendy. Offering men’s, women’s, and kids’ clothing, Empty Vintage offers colorful styles for everybody. Upon visiting the website, I was immediately excited to see this vintage style Tommy Hilfiger short sleeve hoodie.

Besides selling statement pieces online, Empty Vintage is also open for bookings to live virtual shopping experiences and pop-up events. You can learn more about these services here.

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