Atlanta is an incredible city for shopping. With thrifting being a popular pastime, there are so many stores in the city to snap up somebody’s unwanted fashions. Make it your own, switch up the style, or create a new look completely. Regardless, vintage will always be in and your wallet is thankful for it! Although Five Little Points is the thrift store hotspot in the city, there are great places to thrift all over the city. Here’s our top 6 thrift stores in Atlanta:
1. Psycho Sisters
When a thrift store organizes their stock by decade, you know they mean business. Psycho Sisters is a one-stop-shop for any fashion lover. Their extensive collection is highlighted with looks on show around the store. Go back in time, or become a complete character. There are wigs, 70s disco gear, rocker boots and everything in between that you’d expect to find in a thrifting haven.
📍 428 Moreland Ave NE, Atlanta
2. Junkman’s Daughter
Atlanta’s premier purveyor of unusual goods, you’ll leave this gigantic thrift store with something you didn’t know you needed. Opened in 1982, the owner’s father was a junkman who spent years buying and trading what some viewed as useless. The lesson learned was that one person’s trash is another person’s treasure, which is certainly the case at Junkman’s Daughter. If you’re ever in Five Little Points, be sure to check it out. You won’t miss it as the outside is decorated with vibrantly painted murals.
📍 464 Moreland Ave NE, Atlanta
3. The Lucky Exchange
We’re briefly leaving Five Little Points for this vintage paradise. The carefully curated clothes at The Lucky Exchange will give your thrifting experience a boutique twist. Not afraid of contemporary styles, TLE blend the old with the new and inspire customers to play with fashion.
📍 212 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta
4. The Clothing Warehouse
Organized by color, this rainbow dream of a thrift store will entice you as soon as you walk in. The Clothing Warehouse has over 1000 vintage tees so you’ll definitely leave with something. If the t-shirt collection isn’t enough, locals love searching for their next pair of boots here. Their rack of vintage dresses also makes the search for some vintage gems completely worth it.
📍 420 Moreland Ave NE, Atlanta
5. Lost-N-Found Youth Thrift Store
Lost-N-Found Youth is a nonprofit with a mission to end homelessness for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and all sexual minority youth. You can discover chic clothes, antique furniture, and so much more at this thrift store in Atlanta. All of Lost-N-Found Youth’s proceeds go towards supporting street outreach, a youth center, and transitional housing for homeless LGBTQ+ youth.
📍 2585 Chantilly Dr NE, Atlanta
Voted Best in Atlanta for the 6th year in a row by INsite Atlanta, Rag-O-Rama is a popular spot for thrifting. They carry current and classic styles, designer items, jewelry, handbags, and other accessories. Including new and recycled clothes in their stock, Rag-O-Rama has something for every kind of bargain hunter.
📍 1111 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta