ATLANTA, GA – Whether it’s fashion, home décor, jewelry, or fragrances, talents all over Atlanta have established themselves by creating businesses that produce one-of-a-kind products with great quality. As shopping locally is important to keep these businesses and creativity going, here are five of the best local brands you should support.
1210 Howell Mill Road NW Suite 104
As a part of the Maison Chemin Group, L’Artisan Muse is here to give you the most luxurious sensory experience with their products. You have the option to consult with their master artisan to find out how to customize your own blend of fragrance using essential oils. Have fun browsing their wide array of scent products from oils, candles, and perfume.
Glad & Young Studio
675 Ponce De Leon Avenue
This store produces many leather accessories and neutral-toned jewelry that spices up your wardrobe. When you stop by at their store in Ponce City Market, you will be able to add customization to your purchased products. The designers will directly craft your orders and pack them up for that personalized gift. Aside from accessories, they also sell passport covers, clutches, book bags, wallets, and many more.
485 Flat Shoals Avenue SE
If you’re planning on adding a little pizzazz to your home, Kaboodle Home is the right place for you. They have some of the coolest art and furniture handcrafted by Atlanta designers. They even have vintage clothes, body care products, décor, and even upcycled furniture.
1250 Caroline Street NE
The fashion items produced by Suakoko Betty are identical to the vibrant colors and unique patterns they use in their prints. Designed Charlene Dunbar is dedicated to creating contemporary designs from classic dresses to jumpsuits, from casual to dressy items. She also designs many accessories that can elevate your style.
Boho Gal Shoppe
714 Moreland Avenue Suite C
Boho Gal has some of the prettiest tribal jewelry in their collection, from necklaces to bracelets, and earrings to rings. Their products have also expanded to include books, home goods, and plants at special pop-up stores.
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