From everyday denim to staple pieces to on-trend clothing and accessories, you’ll find everything you need (and more!) in this roundup of the best women’s boutiques in Nashville!
Nashville Store Highlights
To indulge in local shopping, you must check out the best Nashville boutiques, shops, furniture stores and more! Find stories on local shops that are well worth the visit. For a quick directory for the best of local shopping, see our SB Guide and download our FREE SB App. You can search by category or by neighborhood. Download it HERE.
We love discovering and sharing new Southern companies. Check out these two stand-outs that each offer stylish and decidedly Southern products. Image: Honey + Hank and Regatta Reserve
If you’re wanting to buy jewelry in town, then you might as well buy it from the best place. Here is our list of the best jewelry stores in Nashville.
When someone has a passion, it shows. And for Ted Dennard, his love of bees and bee keeping inspired Savannah Bee Company, which prepares to open its newest location later this month. Image: Teresa Earnest
Leather is a timeless, stylish staple. We’ve found some Tennessee leather makers who ensure durability, function, and flair with their bags and accessories. Image: Ashley Bard
The best men’s stores in Nashville feature everything to fill a man’s closet — from locally designed leather pieces to classic American style.
This year marks 50 years since the The Village Shopping Center in Gatlinburg opened. Learn about the rich history of the property and the treasures that hide within the walls of each of the unique shops found there.
With basics and underpinnings as the key to great style, Sophie Simmons aims to make getting dressed an experience with her revived collection, Dessous.
When it comes to looking your best, keep these six expert style tips in mind.
Last September, Creekside Garden Center was destroyed by a devastating fire. The team, overwhelmed by the support of Nashville’s generous community, shares their experience and what it’s like now that they’re back open and on the other side of tragedy.