New location in Alpharetta- If you are looking to consign or buy designer apparel, shoes, accessories, or purses then you have definitely got to stop by here. Located in a busy shopping center on Windward Parkway next to several boutiques, this small consigner boutique is perfect for the sophisticated, young at heart, designer loving gal. I have personally purchased several items, including a BCBG dress, summer wool and silk Caroline Herrea pencil skirt, Carlisle color block pencil skirt, and Tom Som crushed velvet and patent leather black and white closed toe chunky heel shoes. Not only were these prices incredibly low(no more than $60), but I did not have to dig to find just what I was looking for. When you first walk in the small and organized boutique, within 5 mins you will know where you need to venture i.e. styles, season, type of apparel, sizes, and occasion.
5900 Sugarloaf Pkwy Suite 235Lawrenceville, GA 30043
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THEY ARE OFFERING THE 1ST "THRIFT" STORE CREDIT CARD IN THE WORLD. "NO CREDIT CHECK" NO CARRYING CHARGES. WHY "LAY AWAY" WHEN YOU CAN TAKE AWAY. AWSOME DEAL. I NEEDED A SLEEPER SOFA THAT EVENING I VISITED THIS LOCATION FOR THE 1ST TIME.. I WAS NOT GETTING MY PAYCHECK UNTIL THE END OF THE WEEK BY SATURDAY. BUT INSTEAD IT WORKED OUT, FOR ME. WHEREAS THE "SATURDAYS THRIFT STORES" CREDIT CARD ASSISTED ON DELIVERY & I WAS ABLE TO HAVE MY SLEEPER SOFA, THAT EVENING AFTER ALL. THANK YOU! SATURDAYS THRIFT STORES. I ADVISE ANYONE TO CHECK OUT THE STORE. NEW FINE FURNITURE "OFFERED". BEAUTIFUL GENTLY USED FURNITURE,CLOTHING,BEDDING AND APPLIANCES.. THEY'RE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK.
Ragorama in Little 5 Points is a nice alternative to some of the other resale shops in the neighborhood. They do buy clothes but usually won't take much, and their decisions don't always make sense to me, but it's better than nothing. I would say some options are really cheap but there are a lot of high-end name brands that are still selling for quite a bit--$50 jeans and such--that I personally don't really care for. I like my secondhand jeans to be $5 dollars, but I'll have to keep going to sal army for that. This is still a good addition to the neighborhood, though it is higher-end resale than your average true "thrift" store.