Looking to go glam in Atlanta? Vintage Boutique, Poor Little Rich Girl has everything you need. Check out this article from our Sassy Nation Curator, @Tealoves2write via Parlour Magazine.
In a down trodden economy, where can fashion lovers go to turn up the glam on a budget? A vintage boutique called Poor Little Rich Girl (PLRG) in Atlanta’s College Park neighborhood is a great start. Inspired by late actress, socialite and heiress, Edie Sedgwick, PLRG is a vintage-lovers haven.
“I liked the whole idea that she came from wealth but she shopped flea market and vintage stores,” says co-owner, Wynter Alex.
A reflection of owners, Mia Moto and Wynter’s vivacious sense of style, Poor little Rich Girl is the go-to resource for classic, must-have wardrobe pieces. Trust, these ladies really know their stuff; they are fashion specialists across multiple platforms. They’ve expanded the PLRG brand to not only include in-store and at home consultations on styling, personal shopping and imaging but also costume and set design. Even if full-on vintage is not your style, the two can still help navigate you towards a look that suits your fancy.
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