Southern prep rules the style at this sleek boutique with brands like Shoshanna, Trina Turk, and Atlanta designer Annie Griffin.
Most of the pieces at this gift store—from the hand-painted coin purses to initial necklaces to the Chattanooga prints—are made by artisans in the region.
More than 350 vendors gather weekly at the First Tennessee Pavilion to sell products harvested or made with their own hands. Also expect live music and food trucks.
Next door to Alice Blue is its brother shop Hanover Blue, which stocks Collared Greens bow ties and Billy Reid shirts for the gentleman.
Find everything from a turquoise 1950s writing desk to vintage furs and mix-matched plates at this fairly priced antique mall.
Tennessee designer Laura Jones and her small team handcraft statement-making jewelry ranging from cuffs cast from banana leaves to edgy tourmaline studs.
French-born Nathalie Welch delivers that Parisian-cool effect with her assortment of clingy tanks, leather boots, and cotton tunics from lesser-known designers, mixed in with Tennessee-made jewels.
Shop local in this former Civil War fort transformed into an industrial-chic cluster of stylish boutiques including home store Revival and men’s outfitter Onward Reserve.
You’ll discover shelves packed with rare and out-of-print Southern titles alongside local art at this Northshore bookshop.