When it comes to the world of fashion, Nashville might not be the first location that comes to mind. However, Music City also has a robust selection of boutiques that pride themselves on offering uniquely Nashville-inspired fashion.
As you update your wardrobe this fall, be sure to stop by one of these local shops.
Any Old Iron
This boutique made a name for itself by becoming the go-to location for local musicians. Thanks to its dedication and style, Any Old Iron grew a reputation strong enough to draw in clients like Beyonce, Taylor Swift, and Elton John. If you’re looking for something to showcase your unique personality – something that would be worthy of a rock star on stage – you’ll definitely want to head here. Check out their collection of sequined and bejeweled kimonos, moto jackets, and blazers. And guys, check out their audacious selection of suits.
The Music City Shop
If you’re looking for something quintessentially Nashville, this is the shop for you. Their collection of t-shirts showcases everything people love about Music City: the style, the vibe, and of course, the music. They’ve got a great selection of raglan tees for the guys and French terry pullovers for the ladies, all of which feature Nashville imagery. And take a look at their nod to NASCAR in styles for all genders.
Imogene & Willie
Owned by Kentucky natives Matt and Carrie Eddmenson, this shop represents their dream of creating a space for community and care, alongside offering the best denim in the region – made in the U.S.A. Here, you’ll find denim shirts, denim jackets, socks, t-shirts, cargo pants, tank tops, and of course, the best fitting jeans you will ever own.
The Nash Collection
This iconic shop, beloved by locals, was founded by Arkansas native Laci Bonner, whose eye for style has allowed the Nash brand to become a household name all over the country in less than a decade. Pick up any style magazine, and you’ll likely spot a celebrity sporting a Nash shirt. If you want to get your hands on one, too, head over to Broadway Place. If you’re not sure what to add to your wardrobe, go for the classic Nashville pullover.
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