Cleaning up Nashville

I spent the past weekend visiting my family in Nashville. I planned on doing one thing, having lots of fun with my cousins and hoped to do a second, vintaging. Just my luck, I did lots of both. I sent out to find vintage fabric, and while that specifically was a flop I stumbled upon many other goodies. First we hit the Tennessee Antique Mall, an indoor flea market with numerous vendors and endless treasures, much more reasonably priced than it's NYC counterparts. I bought two dress, a blouse and a pile of vintage postcards for about $80.

After a long night, there's nothing like nursing a hang over with a good old-fashioned shopping spree. My trip continued to my new favorite store in Nashville, Local Honey. They darling girl that owns this store looked like she walked straight off the L train. She carries vintage pieces as well as several local designers. I scored big with several vintage looks.

Around the corner I made friends with the stylish cashiers at Two Elle. Okay, so it's not vintage, but the ambiance of the store was right up my alley. I bought a tank and a cheeky necklace.
The final stop on my spree was UAL, dubbed, "an upscale T.J. Max." They had lots of big designer names, but the real finds were in the boutique brands. My cousin left with a sassy Elijah dress and I walked away with a LWD by A Common Thread that reminded me of the spring/summer Miu Miu.

I had a great time and can't wait to go back!