Charleston-based Candlefish recently opened a second location in Atlanta’s Ponce City Market. Learn the story behind this magical Southern company.
Atlanta Store Highlights
Atlanta stores showcase the wide tastes you'd expect to find in a city as big as this queen of the South. We focus on the locally-owned, fabulous stores found in our bustling city. Boutiques, home furnishings, services and more are all spotlighted. Our job is to proudly showcase local at its best! Got an idea for a store to highlight? Email us!
We’re really excited about these four pieces from Cindi Earl, starting at just $99. Find out why, here!
We believe in “grit” so much that we made a hat celebrating this characteristic!
We think you’re going to fall for the Ceri Hoover handbag and shoe collection just as hard as we did! Take a look and get to know Ceri a little better today, too, in our one-on-one interview!
A prime example of what happens when we get really excited about something … we figure out how you can experience it, too! This coffee collection is a showcase of premium Southern coffee brands, just in time for the holidays!
Find amazing, one-of-a-kind gifts and goods at the best Atlanta pop-up shops this holiday season. Image: Isadora Pennington
Historically, Johnston & Murphy has been known as a men’s footwear brand. In recent years, they have expanded to offer women’s apparel and shoes — and they LOVE their core wardrobe solutions.
Do something good for you, your beauty routine and your world by taking a trip to the new Little Barn Apothecary flagship store in Midtown.
At Read Shop, paper rules and digital drools! So take a look, in a book(store) and follow the Reading Rainbow to a shop bursting with intriguing stories you need to read.
Like an artist’s palette, Made Again allows shoppers to dip their paintbrushes into all that it has to offer. Go inside this wonderfully diverse store and see art all around you.
The homes are lovely, the businesses are unique and the people are just plain friendly. Welcome to Morningside!
Buckhead’s River Mint Finery is a one-stop shop for the perfect outfit for day or night, the perfect gift or the perfect little indulgence, just because it makes you feel good.
Fashion can flatter, shock and, sometimes, heal. Atlanta-based clothing brand So Worth Loving is reminding us that self-worth isn’t a trend; it’s a timeless ideal that never goes out of style. Image: Farrah Parrish
Kudzu Antique Market offers a blast from the past with retro cool furnishings, as well as new, curated items that will up the chic factor of any home. Read why we think Kudzu is the bee’s knees!
It’s time to unplug and get hands on at Rhen’s Nest, a toy shop for the young and young at heart.
Narrowing down what to do in Atlanta during March is tough — let StyleBlueprint help you answer the tougher question of what to wear!
Whimsical color, stylish patterns and global inspiration all unite into the delightful store that is Roberta Roller Rabbit.
If you’re over uptight boutiques, snobby restaurants and nonexistent customer service, say hello to Hello Gorgeous!
Atlanta Apparel Market, located inside AmericasMart, is a thrill to say the least. Today, we’re giving you the golden ticket to experience the magic.
People are buzzing about BuzziBoutique, the first home store of its kind in the United States, based right here in Atlanta.
Midtown’s Dixon Rye offers a refined collection of unique interiors, wares and designs to help create reserved beauty in your own home.
Grab your passport, because when you take a trip to Karoo, you’ll explore a whole new side of eyewear.
Green is the new black for the fashionable, eco-friendly children lucky enough to wear Atlanta’s own Emerald August line.
If you’re wondering where to go for delectable ethnic flavors, these international markets will satisfy your appetite.