March is almost here! Say goodbye to the winter and wave hello to the months of sunshine and spring’s trends. From pastels to layered jewelry, you’ll be ready to sport these looks to any of this month’s happenings.
Nashville Fashion & Shopping
Nashville style is not defined by cowboy boots. This is a sophisticated city with high style ideals mixed with a decidedly comfortable spin. Most of all, we have a variety of styles that together define that Nashville look, whether it be for fashion of home trends. Use StyleBlueprint to find your way to what to wear in Nashville and where to do the best local shopping for your home and wardrobe needs!
Spring is right around the corner, which means now is the time to shop the top spring trends. Here’s what you’ll find at The French Shoppe!
Feel too old to wear the trends? Overwhelmed by shopping? Well, take control of your fashion fears, and get practical guidance from Megan LaRussa! Image: Banana Republic
From gifts for your valentine to gifts for yourself, this month’s list is filled with great FINDS!
Keep Shop isn’t a hotel gift shop at all. It is a well-curated boutique that showcases Nashville’s creative community. Its location on the street level of the new Noelle hotel is just an added perk.
Bid the winter doldrums goodbye with the help of these Nashville flower shops. Their fresh blooms will most definitely brighten your day!
Can you believe February is almost here? Discover seven styles that will work at some of February’s most anticipated events, and take an exclusive look inside Nashville’s Woolworth on 5th.
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It’s 2018 — a new year, a “new you”! Ready to look and feel your best? Style Coach Megan LaRussa can help. Image: Atelier Doré
We’re welcoming 2018 with a list of our favorite FINDS from stores around town! See what has us smitten this month!
Brittney Kelley unites the old and new at Tribe Kelley Trading Post. Take a look at the beautifully restored space that house this new Hillsboro Village shop.
After more than 80 years, Parker Uniforms is out of business, leaving thousands of parents scrambling with the unexpected news.