Shopping at thrift stores isn't for everyone. Scouring racks of other people's discarded belongings - that you just have to hope were laundered in advance - to maybe dig up a couple of cute things every couple of hours. And there's no guarantee those cute things will be vintage cute things. Clothing Warehouse, with its racks upon racks of color-coded dresses, shirts, and skirts (men's clothes, too), is a sure thing - a kind of carefully curated thrift store. A few months prior to celebrating their 20th year in Atlanta, owners Jim Buckley and Erin Faulman expanded their intown operations and opened a huge, sunny space at the corner of 10th and Peachtree streets in Midtown (their flagship store is still open in Little Five Points). The same great candy-colored vintage duds abound - and, of course, there's the famous selection of used (in the good way) cowboy boots - in a shiny new space. Beats spending an entire Saturday in a musty thrift store.