Shop ‘Til You Drop At These Unique Stores

Pop music posters and records in a vinyl record shop

It’s no secret that Nashville’s shopping scene is bumpin’. But, it’s also no secret that shopping at the same few places over and over again can get boring. Don’t worry, we got you. We found this extremely interesting guide to some of the hottest spots in Nashville, and now we want to give you the lowdown.

For the Musically Inclined

Chances are, this section describes a bunch of us, since we are in Nashville after all. There are two shops that fuse shopping and music wonderfully, and we recommend checking them both out. First, Two Old Hippies is a must. It sells decor, clothes, jewelry, instruments, and way more. Stop in and prepare to shop ’til you drop. The second spot to try is Hero, a boutique for music lovers. Classic style meets rock ‘n roll here, so it suits a range of tastes.

Something Special For Your Wall

Nashville is unique, therefore you’re going to have some stand-out store that sells things you might not normally think of when you think shopping. Locals know and love Hatch Show Print, but if you’re not a local, here’s what you need to know: this shop has printed posters for concerts for over 140 years. Find a vintage flyer from a band you were never able to see, or grab a poster of your favorite musician to hang on your wall. Smaller, more affordable gifts include coffee mugs, t-shirts, and magnets. You can grab a poster for you, and a trinket for the folks back home.

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Deals, Deals, Deals

Ballin’ on a budget? United Apparel Liquidators is the place for you. This discount outlet has lightly worn pieces from top brands and designers for a huge fraction of the original price. Whether you are someone who likes to dig to find gems, or you’re a natural, you’re going to find a high-quality piece here for a super surprising price.

Now that you know the good news, you have some shopping to do. On your mark, get set, go!

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