Shopping in Nashville, TN

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Though Green Hills has all the chains and high-end brands you could want, indie boutiques and homegrown designers can be found scattered throughout e... Read More

Though Green Hills has all the chains and high-end brands you could want, indie boutiques and homegrown designers can be found scattered throughout every corner of the city, particularly in retail developments like the Hill Centers, the IDEA Hatchery, Hillsboro Village, Shoppes at Fatherland, and Marathon Village. Many boutiques and shops in Nashville are run by skilled artisans—like the designers behind Hatch Show Print and Anderson Design Group’s creations—and check out Hey Rooster or the Farmers’ Market if you want to take a piece of the city back home with you.

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  • Anderson Design Group Studio Store

    The graphic design company behind some of Nashville's coolest branding—like the Jackson Hermitage Museum logo and Fat Bottom Brewing's packaging—now has... Read More

  • Castilleja

    Songwriter Liz Rose, along with daughter Hailey, wanted to bring a piece of her Texas heritage to the Nashville scene, so in 2014 the pair began... Read More

  • DCXV Industries

    What started as a booth at the Tomato Art Fest has morphed into one of Nashville's most celebrated streetwear brands. Adrien Saporiti was working at... Read More

  • Draper James

    Its blue-and-white-striped facade sticks out like a beacon among the unassuming stores of 12South's main corridor, summoning shoppers into its bright,... Read More

  • Hatch Show Print

    Letterpress printing may someday be rendered obsolete by the digital age, but historic shops like Hatch Show Print are doing what they can to keep the... Read More

  • Haymakers & Co.

    Haymakers & Co. is not just one of the finest men's shops in Nashville, but in the whole South. When the team behind Nashville institution J.... Read More

  • Hey Rooster

    Nashville native Courtney Webb returned to her old stomping grounds after stints in New York and New Orleans to open her charming, quirky, and electic... Read More

  • Hillsboro Village

    The tourist-friendly, four-block-long Hillsboro Village could not occupy a more convenient location: It's sandwiched between Midtown, West End, and the... Read More

  • Marathon Village

    A collection of old brick edifices built between 1881 and 1912, Marathon Village occupies a former automobile headquarters with vintage cars still... Read More

  • Nisolo

    The makers have taken over Nashville's style scene, and at the forefront of the city's fashion renaissance is Nisolo, purveyor of handmade leather shoes... Read More

  • Olive & Sinclair

    If you've spent any time in Nashville, you've probably seen Olive & Sinclair's Mexican Style Cinnamon Chili bars around town. You've likely had at... Read More

  • The Goo Goo Shop

    For more than a century, Goo Goo Cluster has reigned supreme as Nashville's sweetest resident, and in 2014, Standard Candy Company finally gave its... Read More

  • The Shoppes on Fatherland

    You wouldn't stumble upon this cluster of two dozen shops and boutiques by mere chance. Though a few of them face out onto Fatherland Street, even more... Read More

  • The Southernaire Market

    Markets or grocery stores of any kind are scarce in downtown Nashville, which made the Southernaire a breath of fresh air when it debuted around the... Read More

  • Third Man Records

    Jack White already had the legacy to back him when he moved his Third Man Records emporium to Nashville in 2009 (he has since opened an even bigger... Read More

  • Vincent Peach

    When the building housing his former flagship store in the Gulch was demolished to make way for a hotel, Vincent Peach found a new home—one that seems... Read More

  • White's Mercantile

    This modern general store owned by singer-songwriter (and daughter of country legend Hank Williams Jr.) Holly Williams occupies a former gas station and... Read More

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