This blog post was updated on April 30, 2020.
Nashville, Tennessee isn’t just known for it’s great music scene, it’s also a vintage shopper’s paradise. Here are five of the best places to shop for vintage goods in Nashville. Book your flight today!
Old Made Good (OMG)
1304 McGavock Pike
This darling boutique located in a bungalow specializes in vintage and locally made clothing and accessories (including a great selection of vintage boots, purses, and jewelry) and repurposed household items. The shop’s masterminds, Kate Mills and Ashley Sheehan, are also personal stylists with impeccable taste.
The Hip Zipper
1008 Forrest Avenue
Located in East Nashville, this eclectic vintage boutique boasts a fantastic selection of vintage jeans, as well as some amazing vintage accessories (boots, scarves, jewels, clutches, belts, just to name a few). With a men’s floor and a women’s floor, there’s plenty to take in (and perhaps take home).
1108 Woodland Street
Vintage shoppers on a budget will love Goodbuy Girls, a funky vintage shop owned by Tanya Montana Coe and Kimberly Davison (who are always on the lookout for fabulous vintage goods). In the shop you’ll find a great selection of casual, business and evening wear, as well as locally handmade feather accessories, boots, shoes, purses an jewelry.
Katy K Designs
2407 12th Avenue South
Katy K’s is the place to go for vintage pearl snap shirts, jeans, and cowboy boots. You’ll also be able to snag a 50s-inspired cocktail dress designed by the store’s owner. In addition to the great selection of vintage and western wear, Katy K also has a variety of unique gifts and retro-inspired toys.
La Vie en Rose Cottage
6901 Lennox Village, Suite 102
Located in south Nashville, La Vie En Rose Cottage is known for its wonderful selection of vintage, vintage-inspired, and new furniture, home accessories, jewelry, soaps, and candles. Many of the products are vintage, and some are made by local Nashville designers and artisans. Owners Jenny and Nathan Light have a great eye for stylish vintage pieces that they find at flea markets and auctions.
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