Shopping & Fashion

It’s only in the past few years that Nashville has begun to earn a position on the nation’s fashion scene.

Shopping & Fashion in Music City

It’s no surprise that the creative culture has attracted designers to make Nashville their home. Designers like Jamie and the Jones, Elizabeth Suzann, Emil Erwin, and Amanda Valentine are garnering attention for their Southern style.

12South Boutiques

Wanting to find some unique threads to take home with you? Check out neighborhoods like 12South where you can find tailored jeans at Imogene + Willie, jewelry from designer Judith Bright, Reese Witherspoon’s label Draper James, and local designers like Emerson Grace and Ceri Hoover. If you're looking for a special gift from Nashville, spend some time exploring other shops like White’s Mercantile, a modern general store with unique home and decor items.

Marathon Village Handmade Goods

Marathon Village has a slew of shops and showrooms including D. Luxe Home and Island Cowgirl handcrafted jewelry, as well as the funky antique shop Antique Archaeology, owned by Mike Wolfe of "American Pickers". There is a multitude of options starting with Wilder, unique home decor, and furniture store with select designers. Just a few minutes north, on Buchanan Street, stop by Emil Erwin, a luxury leather goods brand and Nisolo, to shop handmade leather shoes and bags.

East Nashville Antiques

Over in East Nashville, you’ll find all sorts of eclectic vintage and home decor stores such as Relic HomeThe Hip Zipper and Old Made Good. Have a love for the old? Head to Eighth Avenue, also known as the Antiques District, and check out antique stores like the Corduroy Horse and Fine Offerings Antiques. Another great neighborhood spot for antique finds is Berry Hill where you can explore Gas Lamp Antiques, one of the largest antique malls in the state for fine antiques and furniture.

Green Hills Shopping Centers

Green Hills is where you’ll find high-end designer names as well as stylish boutiques including Billy Reid, H. Audrey, and Hemline all of which are located in the outdoor Hill Center shopping complex which also includes other popular apparel, furniture, and home decor boutiques. Just down the road is The Mall at Green Hills, an upscale mall that features such stores as Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Kate Spade, Burberry, Tory Burch, and more. If you’re a shopper that is on the lookout for deals then head to Opry Mills Mall, Tennessee’s largest outlet mall with more than 200 stores including Bass Pro Outdoor World, Michael Kors Outlet, and J. Crew Factory in the Opryland/Music Valley area.

Variety in The Gulch

In The Gulch you’ll find funky shops like Nashville Boot Co. and King Baby mixed in with upscale boutiques like E. Allen and Blush. Looking for some high-end boots from your trip to Nashville? Check out Lucchese Bootmaker.

Made in Music City

Shop from many local favorites such as Consider the Wldflwrs, Ceri Hoover, Colonel Littleton, and Handmade Studio TN. The Music City Shop features locally-inspired and music-themed items ranging from books, food, apparel, and more - many of which are made in Nashville. Find the perfect piece to take home as a reminder of your Nashville visit or as gifts for friends and family. Bonus: the Music City Shop (also online at themusiccityshop.com) is located within the city’s visitor center so you can shop and get expert tips on your visit to Nashville - all under the same roof!