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« on: March 08, 2004 08:07:46 PM »

This is a late call, but I am going to Atlanta and will have a day to spend out and about.  I wanna hit some boutiques and shops that I wouldn't have known about otherwise.  Anyone got any goodies that I can't find anywhere else?

I'd love to know..
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laoni
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2004 08:49:38 AM »

Hmmmm....can't really name any specific stores off the top of my head, but the areas around Virginia Highlands, Little Five Points, and East Atlanta all have a variety of smaller locally owned places that are fun to browse in. Of course it may depend what kind of stuff you're looking for. Have fun!
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« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2004 08:54:00 AM »

OK so I goofed I was actually supposed to bring in a list I had at home however - I will try hard to remember what was on the List
These first few were all on my list--

Luna - On Peachtree in Buckhead

fab'rik -1114 West Peachtree St. NW

Blue Genes - Across from Lenox Mall behind Westin/SwissOtel

Beaded Lizard - Peachtree Battle and Peachtree

(Little 5 Points has a ton of little boutiques - more punk and spice than priss)

These I found Online - so i don't know much about most of them - other than like bill hallman and metropolitain deluxe

Bill Hallman - 792 N Highland Ave

Kelly's Closet  - 1649 McLendon Ave NE (mostly wedding stuff)

The Cat's Meow - 655 Highland Ave. Unit #11

Metropolitan Deluxe - 1034 N Highland Ave NE
(also one of these at Phipps Plaza - LOVE THIS PLACE!!!)

Stanton Designs  - 431 W Ponce De Leon Ave, Ste 1

Traders  - 485 - B Flat Shoals Avenue

Retro Modern - 1037 Monroe Dr NE, Atlanta, GA

Sushi Clothing Company - 424 Moreland Ave NE
(owned by bill hallman - Love!)

Junkman's Daughter  - 464 Moreland Avenue NE
(of course I know this one - you have to go here- a must!)

Wish - 447 Moreland Ave. NE

Stefan's Vintage Clothing - 1160 Euclid Ave NE

Lucky Devil - 1158 Euclid Ave NE

Envy - 1143 Euclid Ave NE

Boogaloos - 246 W Ponce De Leon Ave

Kaleidoscope Boutique - 225 E Ponce de Leon Ave

Ego Denim - 1581 N Decatur Rd

The Fickle Manor - 1402 N Highland Ave NE Ste 4

Posh Boutique - 410B W Ponce De Leon Ave

Mitzi and Romano - 1038 N Highland Ave NE

Market - 2770 Lenox Rd NE Ste 2
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pixelpusher
« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2004 05:55:26 AM »

Thank you so much, Steph! That was a great list.  I'm up here today, and am planning on hitting the famous thrift stores and then tackling some on your list of boutiques. I will let you know if I find an absolutely fantastic one on your list of finds from the internet.
Thanks again!

off I go...
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« Reply #4 on: March 10, 2004 11:57:32 AM »

also there is a place called "What Fun" in Sandy Springs on Roswell Rd - it is in Sandy Springs Plaza Shopping Center...
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« Reply #5 on: June 12, 2004 10:53:51 PM »

I totally forgot about this thread... DOH.
I made it to most of them on Ponce and Highland.  Good stuff!  There was a place that I didnt see on your list- I thinkit was on Highland called 20th Century Antiques.  AWE some.  Pobably my favorite place.   
Junkmans Daughter was fun!  Reminded me of a place "back home" called Asylum - just 100million times the size. 
I admit I did more thrifting than boutiquing, though.  Cheesy

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