Time to Shop: Boutiques In and Around Nashville

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Over the last few months, many of us have begun coming out of the “pandemic fog” and in to a sense of normalcy.  I know for myself, I’ve had to remember how to dress in something besides t-shirts and yoga pants (although they will always be a trusty go-to). Before the pandemic, I had the same type of dilemma. When I went back to work after staying home with my kids for 6 years, I honestly didn’t know where to begin with shopping for myself. Upgrading the wardrobe can feel daunting, but it doesn’t have to.

While I love to bargain shop at larger department stores, there is something special about the clothing and customer service that comes from smaller boutiques. Many times, boutique associates are able to offer recommendations on flattering colors and clothing fit – saving us both time and money. Now is a great time to shop end-of-summer sales too! Check out our round-up of great boutiques both local to Nashville, as well as surrounding areas.

Boutiques In and Around Nashville

Blush Boutique – Nashville

Draper James – Nashville

Dreams Boutique – Lebanon

e.Allen – Nashville, Franklin, and Murfreesboro

Finnleys – Franklin

Jondie – Franklin

Ivy Bloom – Brentwood

Posh – Hillsboro Village, Green Hills, and Franklin

Sassy Daisy Boutique – Lebanon

Serendipity – Nashville

Tiffany Lane – Murfreesboro

Trendy Pieces – Murfreesboro

Vignette Boutique – Brentwood

We want to hear from you! What are your favorite boutiques around Nashville?

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Hi there! I'm Christy. I'm a mama to two beautiful girls and a rescue pup, who has been mistaken more than once for an Ewok. I was born in rural East Tennessee but grew up in Southern Illinois. After college, I moved to Nashville, where I met my husband in 2002. We now live in Murfreesboro and have loved raising our family here. After six years as a stay-at-home mom, I finished my MA in Professional Counseling at Liberty University and returned to work as a trauma therapist. Balancing a graduate program and parenting young children taught me a lot about the gift of being human and having limits. As a therapist, it is a sacred space to hold the stories that have never been spoken before. As they are shared, witnessing shame fall away and healing begin is an honor. I hope to encourage other women to share their stories and give themselves the compassion they need through this journey called life and motherhood. I live life and motherhood through a Christian worldview. My hope is to encourage other women in their relationship with Christ, themselves, and others. In my free time, I love hiking, traveling, camping, writing, and music. I love people and I love to recharge by being alone. I find that I have much more to say on paper than in person. I look forward to sharing the ups and downs of life and motherhood with you!

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