Atlanta, GA

Top 3 thrift stores in Atlanta

Amy Cheribelle

ATLANTA, GA — One man's trash is another man's treasure. Thrift stores offer good functional stuff at slashed costs even though used. You could find clothing, furniture, books, or any other stuff there. Check out these three thrift stores to browse in Atlanta.

Lost-N-Found Thrift Store is a thrift store and a homeless shelter for LGBT youth funded by store sales. They operate at 2585 Chantilly Dr NE Atlanta, GA 30324 from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. every day. Their contact is at (678) 856-7824.

“One thing that really stands out at this store is their huge selection of formal dresses-- definitely check this place out if you are looking for an affordable dress for prom or a fancy reception!,” said Sarah R. on Yelp.

Second Life is located at 1 N Clarendon Ave Avondale Estates, GA 30002 open from 12 p.m. - 5 p.m. on Tuesdays - Saturdays. They sell donated gently-used clothing, housewares, books, decor, and furniture. The profit will go to animal rescue charities and spay/neuter programs. You can call them at (678) 974-5671.

“On Wednesdays (I think?), most items are half-price. I've found serious steals here, like a 99 cent vintage trenchcoat and a $5 silk dress that retails for $100. I also love that they support animal rescue organizations,” said Lauren C. on Yelp.

Buffalo Exchange is located at 1057 Ponce De Leon Ave NE Ste 1-H, I, J Atlanta, GA 30306 open daily from 11 am to 8 pm. They offer women’s clothing among other used and vintage stuff. Call them at (404) 817-0921.

“ I'm impressed that they offer a wide ranges of sizes, not leaving out the plus size community. The selection is also wide-ranging from eclectic to modern. The accessories are always cute too," said Genan S. on Yelp.

"But i like the fact that they don't offer shopping bags and encourage customers to be environmentally friendly. The staff is always wonderful! Store is well organized for a thrift store".

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