A friend of mines suggested I go to Little Five Points. She said the neighborhood had a lot of shops and thrift stores I would like. I didn't think I'd have time to fit it into my schedule but added it to my foursquare list just in case.
While having brunch the day I was returning home I informed her that I didn't get a chance to go and her another friend mentioned how much I would've enjoyed that particular section of Atlanta. It was heavy rain all day so they made it clear that it wouldn't be as enjoyable if I went that day so I concluded I missed out and would go see Underground Atlanta. But when my plans to go to Underground Atlanta changed I reluctantly headed over to Little Five Points just to check it out and kill an hour or two.
The first thrift store we went to was Rag-O-Rama. They had a variety of clothing from current trendy items to vintage pieces. Their clothing was priced moderately. I did find some pieces I felt were worth splurging on. Their sale section had a lot of nice scores for cheap prices.
They have a sign that said no pictures so I didn't take many.
Second shop, Clothing Warehouse.
When I say this is the cutest, most organized thrift store I've ever been to I'm far from exaggerating. Everything was organized by eras, style, color, pattern, etc. Their prices are a little on the pricey side but it's one of those stores that's a one stop shop.
We told the ladies at Clothing Warehouse we wanted pizza and they recommended Little 5 Points Pizza.
I'm starting to think pizza after thrifting is our tradition.
The two thrift shops and pizza joint was all we had time for, but I know next time I'm in the A to arrange my affairs so that I can spend a few hours in this part of town.