Cherry Bomb carries a mix of affordable and higher-end lines such as Tracy Reese, Betsey Johnson, Frankie B., and Joe’s Jeans. You’ll know it by its bright red storefront.
At only its third freestanding store in the country, Cosabella offers lingerie, sleepwear, and shapewear in a rainbow of colors and fabrics.
8 a.m.-12 p.m. Saturdays. This “truly local” market features home-grown vendors including Capra Gia goat cheese, Sparkleberry Farms, Crager-Hager Farm, and Garry Farm.
At her flagship store on a well-trafficked Buckhead corner, designer and Emory grad Christine Philip fuses Eastern fabrics with Western silhouettes in her ready-to-wear clothing, handbags, and jewelry.
4-6 p.m. Wednesdays. A loyal group of organic and sustainable vendors sell produce, flowers, milk, meat, baked goods, jams, and cheeses year round.
This mecca for workout wear offers a healthy selection of popular brands like Stella McCartney for Adidas and Y-3.
This petite boutique adds life to a somewhat barren stretch of Howell Mill with flirty, affordable lines such as Beau Bois, BCBG, and Frolick jewelry.
Owner Rachel Sandalon has turned her Sandy Springs accessories boutique into a glamorous boudoir that’s dripping with eye-catching jewelry, butter-soft leather bags, and even a line of customizable cowboy boots. Designers range from the popular (Rebecca Minkoff) to the little-known but fabulous (Bora, Dannijo).
Owner Daniel Troppy scours local estate sales and thrift stores to stock his tiny Old Fourth Ward “recycled luxury boutique” with vintage apparel.
3 to 7 p.m. Thursdays. Begun in September through the Main Street Douglasville program, city leaders hope to draw enough foot traffic to the downtown O’Neal Plaza to sustain a farmers market long term.
4-8 p.m. Thursdays. Founded in 2005, this festive market has an urban hipster vibe and was the first in Georgia to accept SNAP benefits.