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RAZZLE DAZZLE Boutique offering women's trend-conscious clothing, jewelry and accessories. Labels include Juicy Couture, Free People and Michael Stars. 310 East Paces Ferry Road. 404-233-6940.

RONDO DISTRIBUTING CO. Offbeat gift shop for all your talisman, charm and hex needs. This tiny storefront has more than its share of seriously weird products, from lucky mojo incense to lottery candles to air fresheners specially formulated to help you win lawsuits or chase away bad juju. 171 Mitchell St. 404-522-4379.

RUSCH HOME College Park shop specializes in home and garden décor, including shabby chic furniture and accessories. Also offers wide array of potpourri, scented candles and oils and handmade soaps. "3397 Main St., College Park. 404-669-9010.

SAGE Clothing boutique with affordably priced, unique finds hosts a customer appreciation weekend at both its Midtown and Buckhead locations. Discounts, complimentary gift wrapping, yuletide treats and live DJs. Dec. 9, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. 27 West Paces Ferry Rd. 404-233-8280.

SABOT Upscale women's shoe and accessory boutique specializing in dressy and sexy styles by French and Latin designers. 45 Irby Ave. NW. 404-816-0077.

SOLE Stylish shoes and accessories for men and women. Store stocks a wide selection of shoes from dressy to casual, including many hard-to-find designs. 419 West Ponce de Leon Ave. 404-377-9006.

SOUTHERN NIGHTS Fetish and adult store that caters to both men and women. Lubes, toys, and protection are available, as is a variety of books and videos. Membership is free. 2205 Cheshire Bridge Road. 404-728-0701.

SPROUT Upscale children's boutique. Offers nostalgia-inducing classic children's toys such as wooden trains and flashcards, along with a selection of clothing for the hip kids on the playground. 1198 Howell Mill Road. 404-352-0864.

SQUASH BLOSSOM Boutique carrying upscale but affordable women's (and some children's) clothing with a laid-back feel. Labels include FLAX, Free People, Velvet and Sweet Pea, among others. 113 E. Court Square. 404-373-1864.

STANTON DESIGNS One-stop shop for dressing up your rec room in contemporary style with a hint of retro. From shaggy wall hangings to witty Jonathan Adler pottery to space-age furniture, upscale scented candles and an up-to-the-minute stock of electronica and lounge CDs. 431 W. Ponce de Leon Ave., Suite 1, Decatur. 404-371-1991.

STAR PROVISIONS Marketplace for cooking needs. Shoppers can find restaurant-quality cookware, kitchen gadgets, aesthetically pleasing tableware and a knowledgeable staff, but the store also provides a selection of specialty food products such as foie gras, sushi-grade tuna and a variety of cheeses. 1198 Howell Mill Road. 404-365-0410.

STEFAN'S VINTAGE CLOTHING Vintage clothing boutique for men and women. Cashmere sweaters, real and faux furs, costume jewelry, handbags and gloves, suits, hats and more, all in pristine condition. 1160 Euclid Ave. 404-688-4929.

STONE MOUNTAIN VILLAGE Area shopping attraction offers candelight shopping for the holidays, featuring free horse-drawn carriage rides, gift wrapping, caroling and holiday refreshments. Shops stay open until 9 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays through Dec. 23. Exit 8, Highway 78, Stone Mountain. 770-465-6776.

STUART WEITZMAN Women's shoes by the respected designer. Store carries a large selection of Weitzman's stylish dress shoes, pumps and boots. Lenox Square, 3393 Peachtree Road NE. 404-846-0101.

TABU Consignment shop specializing in women's designer clothing. Careful shoppers can find a variety of vintage clothing along with still-new designer clothes from previous seasons. 3184 Roswell Road, 404-848-0806.

THE TOY STORE Store features enough contemporary doodads like "The Simpsons" action figures to help decorate your cubicle, but impresses more with its smart, diverse selection of educational games and old-school toys like jigsaw puzzles and kites. Midtown Ansley Mall, 1544 Piedmont Road, Suite 222. 404-875-1137.

TRADERS Furniture and accessories with a hip urban edge. Shoppers can find folk-artsy gifts along with retro items and a large, ever-shifting selection of contemporary furniture. 485-B Flat Shoals Ave. 404-522-3006.

TWO STIX Knitting studio with a Technicolor array of yarns alongside boutique wares including locally designed and knitted sweaters and shawls, as well as jewelry from local artisans and purse-makers. 411 Church St., Decatur. 404-687-0285.

Urban Market Enjoy a plethora of shopping choices for the holidays, from home and garden to bed and bath. Dec. 3, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Dec. 4, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Dec. 5, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Market on Means Street, 600 Means Street. 770-481-0281.

WISH Urban gear for the discerning street sophisticate and avid club-goer. Clothing, accessories, and a wide array of footwear for men and women. 447 Moreland Ave. 404-880-0402.


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