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CityGuide - 7 Places to buy and sell old sh*t

Strip City? More like Thrift City.

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Hitting up the local thrift shop was already cool in Atlanta, before Macklemore turned it into a platinum-selling song. Atlantans take their thrifting seriously, whether it’s discovering an old record player at Highland Row Antiques, finding a nice pair of boots at Rag-O-Rama, or just trying to earn some green selling concert tees at Lucky Exchange. Strip City? More like Thrift City.

Consignment Shop, Costume Store

Get cash or store credit when you drop off your old threads. The racks are tightly packed, but that's good news for you: You're likely to uncover something to take home, whether it's a new-to-you blouse or a new-favorite vintage dress. | more...

Antique Store, Furniture and Home Goods Stores

Offering authentic vintage, retro, and modern goods, Highland Row features lots of mid-century modern. Catch the Basement Market, where the goodies spill out onto the sidewalk, the first Saturday of every month. | more...

Thrift Store

This massive warehouse in north Decatur behind a Kroger shopping center is a gold mine of faux fur coats, jump suits, retro jewelry, fixer-upper furniture, a handful of used records and LOTS of shoes. The prices are low so you can impulse buy with abandon. | more...

Clothing Store, Costume Store

With deals on used and vintage clothes, Rag-O-Rama is a great place to swap your old designer threads for store credit to buy more. | more...

Consignment Shop

Used and vintage clothes in a pleasant space in the middle of Little Five Points. | more...

Clothing Store

An off-the-beaten-track collection of well-organized, near-pristine vintage threads — that hasn't yet been picked over by the masses. | more...

Thrift Store

This popular thrift department store has several metro Atlanta locations. Half-off sales on clothes the last Wednesday of the month make this "treasure hunter's paradise" a gem. | more...