Wrap up the holidays and explore local businesses for gifts that capture the vibrant spirit of the Peach State.
For the skincare aficionado: Frankbody
Why you should support this business: Frankbody started as a happy hour conversation between five friends about coffee scrubs. Years later, Frankbody offers vegan, cruelty-free skincare products with the intent of making skincare for every type of skin and budget.
For the socially aware shopper: Flourysh
Why you should support this business: Flourysh is uniquely dedicated to spotlighting brands from women and BIPOC business owners, with a special focus on Black-owned brands, ranging from apparel to beauty care to food products.
For the homebody: YOUNG BLOOD
Why you should support this business: From jewelry and ceramics to accessories and fragrances, YOUNG BLOOD has curated an array of carefully handcrafted, beautiful goods to beautify yourself and your home.
For the floral fiend: Foxgloves & Ivy Floral Design Studio
Why you should support this business: Foxgloves & Ivy has been curating floral fantasies for Atlantans since 1997, and is committed to only providing flowers and plants without pesticides or harmful chemicals, as well as ensuring their suppliers support fair working conditions.
For a taste of the Mediterranean: Kitty Dare
Why you should support this business: Kitty Dare — named after the owner’s late friend, Kitty Dare Ethridge — is more than just food: It’s about giving customers a taste of different Mediterranean cultures.
For the foodie: Food Tours Atlanta
Why you should support this business: You’ll get the true taste of Atlanta in this tour around locally-owned restaurants and cocktail stops.
For the green thumb: Garden*Hood
Why you should support this business: Whether you’re a novice or a plant pro, Garden*Hood is a Grant Park-located haven for gardeners in A-Town.
Potential gifts: Christmas trees, wreaths, and garlands from the plant nursery; Wreath Decorating Workshop
For the confident young girl: Beautiful Curly Me
Why you should support this business: With help from her mom, 11-year-old Zoe serves as the CEO of Beautiful Curly Me, a company dedicated to encouraging other little girls to love and be confident in who they are.