Nashville Shopping

Find unique clothing, cowboy boots, antiques, posters, and more at these specialty stores and shopping areas.

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[MUSIC] Hi, I'm Kim Cross, travel editor at Southern Living. Nashville offers incredible variety and quality when it comes to shopping. With one of a kind boutiques, shops, and neighborhoods. Here are a few of our editor's favorites you won't wanna miss. Garden Park Antiques. Nashville designer Keith Murray has a talent of turning trash into treasure. And his unique custom made furniture and home accessories fill his Garden Park Antiques. Located off the Riley Parkway, just west of downtown, Keith's sprawling 4000 square foot gallery, is filled with hundreds of architectural garden and lighting antiques, and one of a kind creations. [MUSIC] A house of blue jeans in the twelfth South neighbourhood, Imogene and Willie is the fashion talk of the town. Carrie and Matt Edmonson opened the shop a year ago, and have been selling the store's heritage style to musicians like Brooks and Dunn, Matt Wertz, and King of Leon. Hillsborough Village. [MUSIC] Get happily lost among jewelry troves, posh boutiques, and an artisan bazaar. Pancake Pantry and Fido Coffeehouse make for delicious pit stops as well. And don't miss Nashville's smallest art gallery, a 30 inch solar panel rig display case next to Peabody Shoe Repair. Katy K's Ranch Dressing [MUSIC] If there were a shopping hall of fame we'd nominate Katie Kay's Ranch Dressing, a rhinestone cowgirl meets Betty Page shop with ridiculously fabulous ensembles of petty coats, boots and flashy cowboy hat. Hatch Show Print. Every city has neon, but only Nashville has Hatch Show Print. Started in 1879, the legendary concert promoter still hand set orders and work on 60 year old letter presses. Musicians consider Hatch posters a rite of passage. Visit the shop and buy the best souvenir ever for only fifteen dollars. Save time to shop next time you're in Nashville and you won't be disappointed. For more insider travel tips pick up a copy of Southern Living magazine and visit SouthernLiving.com.
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