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E’tali’s Brings Fashion Upcycling to Main Street

Vintage consignment shop coming soon to Old Town.

Make plans to stop by E’tali’s Consignment located at 112 Main Street after their Grand Opening coming in early October, and peruse the unique collection of items in this fun and funky vintage consignment shop. 

Kimberly Kimbrough, who prefers to be called Kimra, is the owner and creative mind behind the concept of what’s sure to be the hottest new destination spot in Old Town. A model, singer, artist and designer, Kimra has lived in Lilburn on and off for more than 14 years as well as Europe and a few other locations around the southern U.S. She decided to name the store E’tali’s in honor of her Native American heritage, which translates to ‘New Beginnings’

Kimra describes herself as a fusion artist and explains how she uses her love of history, art and fashion and melds those aspects together to then upcycle old clothes, furnishings, boots, art and jewelry into fabulous one-of-a-kind sensations.

 “You won’t have to worry about someone else showing up in the same outfit at the same function anymore,” states Kimra. E’tali’s will have more than seven rooms overflowing with gently used original designer clothing from the 1940’s, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. (Yes, much to my chagrin, those expensive business suits hanging in my closet with the over-sized shoulder pads from the 1980’s are now considered retro by today’s standards.)

Kimra is currently accepting clothing, art, jewelry and furnishings by appointment only. If you have a few vintage items in your closet that you’d like to bring by and get a sneak peek of the shop, give her a call at 770-374-9603.

Barbara Barth September 07, 2011 at 02:04 PM
I love this shop! Have already purchased a vintage holiday dress, silver boots and a wonderful shawl. Kimra is charming and so much fun to visit with. You will want to keep going back as new "vintage" items are coming in daily.

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