It is our mission to fuel the sustainable fashion movement, by providing a curated collection of vintage fashion. Clients have the option of buying, consigning or renting vintage fashion from House of Strut.  We proudly support the sustainable fashion movement, and local businesses, operating as a mindful community conduit by giving back to the citizens of Savannah. 


House of Strut opened its doors in October of 2015, in the Starland District with a goal of providing a curated vintage fashion collection for all. Erica Cobb Jarman, owner/operator, started picking vintage fashion with her mother & grandmother in the late 90s and over many years, built a sustainable vintage fashion collection.

Erica grew up in Marietta, GA, but as an adult lived in New York City and Savannah, where she continued her pursuit of vintage fashion, live music, and art while supporting her local community. After many years of climbing the ladder in "Corporate America", Erica let go of the fear and chose to seek a new life of related to her interests, fashion, music, art and awareness.


For the last 4 years House of Strut has thrown 57 events, supporting the local music and art scene, raising funds and awareness for important organizations that include WRUU community radio, Planned Parenthood, Earth Day Savannah, Savannah Riverkeeper, Savannah Arts Academy, and Loop It Up Savannah, just to name a few.  


House of Strut hosted more than 50 music events in their Starland location, and every year of business records a "Live at House of Strut" with a limited run, highlighting some of their favorite local bands, including, Twisty Cats, Street Clothes and Bero Bero.  


When Erica isn't hustling, she focuses on spending time with her son, Wyatt.