Good: The best feature of the store is the quality of the clothing mix. Their gently worn casual clothes, and their dress slacks and shirts form the backbone of my wardrobe. Their black Friday sale was mobbed. Overall the prices are much cheaper and the quality even better I think, than other thrift shops in Atlanta. I have not been able to beat it for the quality. I like the fact that they provide equal space for mens and women's clothing.. Bad: The shop is a bit crowded and sometimes its difficult to maneuver around in the shop. Its not tiny by any means, but given the size of the selection of clothing, they could use more room. Their pricing scheme is very hard to decipher (every item has a colored tag with pricing based on the color of the tag). I must say though that despite the confusing pricing scheme, the clerks ARE very helpful to get you into the swing of how it all works.. Improvements: Few that I can think of other than maybe expanding into more space. If the shop is full of people as it often is, it can be difficult to navigate. More space all the way around be helpful. However I love the location and would hate to see them move to a larger, but less centrally located, space. The location - halfway between midtown and Buckhead is (for me anyway) ideal.. Other: I discovered this place when I grew tired of paying for the 3-for- $199 shirts Brooks Brothers pulls down. While I can't speak for the women's collection, the men's collection is full of H. Stockton, Brooks Brothers and other brands I wear in my law practice. Many of their dress shirts are good as new. I find GREAT suits for under $30. For casual wear I see alot of Banana Republic and Gap merchandise. The Banana Republic chinos - when I find them in my size - can't be beat..