Ready your wallets! Atlanta is a hub for shopping, whether you’re looking for a bargain at Kohl’s or sky-high heels from Jeffrey’s. The options for fashion run the gamut from that Five Points corner thrift store to that swanky Virginia-Highland boutique.
While Buckhead has long laid claim to the city’s biggest malls, it is by no means the only place to shop–though the triumvirate of Lenox, Phipps and Shops Around Lenox pretty much cater to all range of tastes and price tags. You’ll find big-name brands and designer labels, as well as smaller specialty stores alongside multiple dining options.
If you're the type who prefers malls over boutiques, the shops at Atlantic Station and Perimeter Mall will fit the bill for your clothing, registry and home good needs.
Though, top-notch home goods can be found by the truck-load at the trendy Westside Provisions District, where wall sconces, high-end rugs, avant-garde bookends and vibrant throws make up a bulk of the commerce.
Neighborhood treasures are a common theme citywide. Decatur’s Little Shop of Stories is a world-class bookstore for kids and adults, attracting both new and old-school children's book authors from around the globe (cue Julie Andrews). Virginia Highland is bustling with femme-driven boutiques stocked with cute sundresses, fabulous shades and heels galore. Five Points thrives in the realms of funky and fun–Rag-O-Rama and Psycho Sisters beckon!
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