Vintage Jumper from The Clothing Warehouse
This past Monday we packed up our bags and road tripped it up to Atlanta! After a 7 hour drive we made it into the ATL and immediately started exploring some of my favorite spots. Atlanta isn't a stranger to me, I actually visit pretty frequently to see family which is usually the main purpose but, this time we were specifically going to see a old soul singer named Leon Bridges (who was incredible!). Although it was a quick trip, we had such an amazing time exploring some old and new spots. A must see spot we ran across was the Ponce City Market. From what I found out it's an old Sears warehouse that has been restored into loft's on the upper levels, and the bottom level has become a full shopping and dining experience. On the second floor we ran across a store called Citizen Supply, which is a full marketplace for talented artist who handcraft quality goods, they had brands such as Brother Moto, Alabama Chanin, and also show off local guest like So Worth Loving, which is a brand I've followed on Instagram for a while now and I absolutely love what they stand for...
"Today, So Worth Loving is a community of passionate and original individuals. We exist to embrace your past and empower your future. We believe no matter your history, past mistakes, religion, career choice, or relationship status, you are worthy of love. We focus on living life through the lens of knowing you have value and you have worth."
How amazing is that? So, of course I had to purchase a couple of t-shirts.
The jumper I'm wearing in the outfit above is from the vintage store calling The Clothing Warehouse. If you're ever in Atlanta, it's a must if you like vintage clothing. It's color coordinated and laid out extremely organized, so it's easy to shop through unlike other vintage stores.
PS; A few pictures below of some of our other adventures.
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