We had the good fortune of connecting with Brittany Davis and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Brittany, we’d love to hear more about your end-goal, professionally.
The end goal for Vintage Bones is to be a brick and mortar vintage market. Not just a physical location for my second hand treasures but for other resellers, small businesses, creatives, and creators. A place to come on Saturday with your friends to grab a coffee and play dress up while supporting local dreamers. A place with intentionality, community, and full of support. A place I would like to shop and feel inspired. I would also like to operate on a buy, sell, trade model promoting the recycling of clothing and sustainable shopping.
Let’s talk shop? Tell us more about your career, what can you share with our community?
Vintage Bones is vintage resell. As the founder, I thrift, hunt, and dig for clothing and home decor that is classic, yet back in style and always of good quality. They just don’t make em like they used to Vintage Bones specifically caters to a timeless classic cool aesthetic – with a boho edge. -Classic cool as all items are timeless, practical, and functional for our daily lives. -Boho in the sense that it is visually western, rocker, and hippie Vintage Bones promotes intentional buying, sustainable shopping, and being environmentally aware while still loving fashion and clothing. In being a small business, Vintage Bones feels the responsibility to support and promote other small businesses and creatives. Hoping to inspire and create a sense of community
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
If you are in Atlanta, I recommend spending the day in the city shopping in Little Five Points. It is full of thrifted fashion, vintage records, and crystal shops. Then head to Ponce City Market to grab lunch and a drink on their rooftop bar with the perfect city view. On your way out, stop at Citizen Supply and check out all the local creatives, creators, and beautiful plants. You can even shop Vintage Bones!!! Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
Absolutely my husband, family, and friends. I am blessed with the best support system that is always rooting me on, encouraging me, and helping in any way they can. They are literally at every pop up and event representing and spreading Vintage Bones. I would not be where I am without them.