50 BEST SHOPS IN ATLANTA

50 Best Shops in Atlanta

Shopping in Atlanta has never been better, with new developments, luxury boutiques, and specialty stores popping up faster than you can say “charge it.”

Our team scoured the metro area for the best places to buy clothes, jewelry, and cosmetics for men, women, and kids. “Shops,” we decided, are intimate spaces that feel like a one-of-a-kind experience, whether they’re locally or internationally owned.

These are the spots with the best merch, cool buys you won’t find anywhere else, hangout-worthy interiors, and top-notch customer service that sometimes comes with a cold beverage. We didn’t say it was easy.

Edited by Mary Logan Bikoff
Photographs by Caroline C. Kilgore
Written by Kate Abney, Jess Graves, Scott Henry, and Feifei Sun

Luxe

Etro

Hermès

Jeffrey

Tod’s

Valentino

Bohemian

Abbadabba’s

Bill Hallman

Sq/Ft

Hip

A Ma Maniére

Goorin Bros.

Henry & June

Standard

Warby Parker

Wish

Gems

Hunter Collective

Laura Pearce

Tassels

Kids

Seed Factory

Baby Braithwaite

Preppy

310 Rosemont

Onward Reserve

Tulipano

Tweeds

Beauty

Cosmetic Market

Fig & Flower

Modern

Emly Benham

Kane

Lena Larose

Lou & Grey

Morgan Kylee

Peoples

Sabot

Steven Alan

Suitsupply

W.Port

Classic

Ann Mashburn

Billy Reid

H. Stockton

Miller Brothers

Sid Mashburn

Tootsies

Vintage

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