Rich summer hues at thrift store prices in Atlanta

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Say so long to spring pastels and hello to saturated summer. To soak in color all season, Q magazine dives deep for looks that get that steeped-in-color look without those deep-in-pocket prices.

With the selections at local thrift shops including LGBTQ-centric Lost N Found and Out of the Closet, each of the looks on the following pages can be achieved head-to-toe for under $30.

Take your coinpurse, your patience, and an eye toward fully marinated colors in contrasting warm and cool tones.

 

Queer-Run Atlanta Thrift Stores

Lost N Found Youth

2585 Chantilly Drive NE

6409 Jimmy Carter Blvd., Norcross

lnfy.org/thrift-store
 

Out of the Closet

1858 Cheshire Bridge Road NE

outofthecloset.org

 

Vintage Dresses from $20

Boots, $10

 

Jackets from $15

Shirts from $5

Pants from $10

Accessories from $5

 

Tops from $10

Baubles from $5

 

Shirts & Shorts from $4

Blue Sued Wingtips, $10

 

 

Jackets from $15

Shirts & Shorts from $5

Scarf, $8

Espadrilles, $10

 

Tops from $10

Jeans from $15

 

This photo essay originally ran in Q magazine. Read the full issue below, and pick up your copy around town.

 

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