Saturated with colorful merchandise, this boutique offers so many affordable trinkets, it's nearly impossible to exit without making multiple purchases. Not to worry, though, because even if you load up on, say, a bunch of painted-metal Indian bracelets ($3), a pair of polka-dotted tin cups ($12), a set of retro drink coasters ($6), and a lime-green tooled-leather purse ($48), your total would only be $69.
Whatever key trends turn up each season, shoppers are guaranteed to find every single one at this cramped yet cozy shop. Currently, sailor pants, eyelet frocks, and peasant tops by such labels as Lauren Moffat, Rebecca Taylor, and Sharagano occupy the racks and shelves.
Pass up the selection of shapeless clothing for the mature woman at this boutique, and focus instead on its array of excellent-condition vintage and estate jewelry. Among the standout pieces we saw were a trio of Egyptian-style flapper-era beaded necklaces, each featuring a pendulous charm embossed with a Cleopatra-like head ($225 each).
Locally owned and densely stocked—you'll find nearly every mid- to upper-end cosmetics line here—this 21-year-old beauty emporium is Nashville's homestyle Sephora. Owner Linda Robert and her diligent staff are always on the prowl for the latest brands to introduce to their customers. Recent inductees include products from Tarte and Rescue and a skincare line from Kanebo, while Fresh and T.