Local secondhand scavengers love this thrift shop for its great deals. The prices are right—the average tag was $2 on our visit—which means it's easy to score a pile of quality used goods for pocket change.
Near the Tennessee State Fairgrounds (don't miss the flea market there on the fourth weekend of every month), this gift shop is a worthwhile destination not only because it has a seven-foot-tall spaceship on display in the front yard, but also for its ample selection of well-priced knickknacks.
Part vintage store, part '50s kitsch shop, this winding bungalow encourages serious browsing. Wander around and discover sexy bandanna-print skirts by owner Katy K ($90), and belt buckles with hokey sayings like pig farmers bring home the bacon ($15).
Locals favor this spot for its good prices (CDs can be had for $2 to $10) and broad array of genres (everything from ambient to zydeco). If you have a question, don't hesitate to ask any of the salespeople—all of whom have a frighteningly high level of music knowledge.
A selection of vendors displays new and vintage furniture and decor items at this rambling shop. Highbrow Furniture offers mod chairs by the likes of Frank Gehry and Vernor Panton, while the Pre to Post Modern section carries Lucite bangle bracelets ($10) and the like.
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This upscale boutique attracts everyone from debutantes to big-time musicians in search of pretty printed dresses and great accessories. There's no shortage of frocks to choose from this season—dresses are the biggest draw here.
Homespun objects and accessories from around the globe are this home and garden boutique's specialty. Cracked-glass sushi place settings (starting at $2 for a soy sauce dish) arrive regularly from Japan, while majestic, glass stone-studded lanterns ($595) are shipped in from Morocco.
A local fashion institution, this sprawling shop is where Nashville women go to splurge on Prada shoes, Kate Spade bags, Catherine Malandrino tops, and Creed perfume, along with items from Balenciaga and about 150 other designers. Jamie opened an on-site minispa called Skin, which offers facials and microdermabrasion.
This Southern home-goods chainlet caters to individuals looking to add the perfect vintage reproduction lamp or mod color-blocked pillow to their decor. The store's prices are on the affordable side, which makes a splurge on a set of Moroccan tea glasses ($8 each) or a sari-covered picture frame ($14) entirely acceptable.