Welcome to the land of milk and honey! No, that’s not it… Cash and money? Cashville?
Nashville! A tourist destination for those who love country music, cowboy boots and hot chicken.
If you’ve never been to the honky-tonk city, you’d be fooled into thinking country music and hillbilly style are all it offers.
Beyond Nashville’s neon signs lives an undercurrent of diverse foods, people, restaurants, art venues and a strong sense of community.
While some flock to pricey shops, locals will tell you the best thrift stores Nashville offers are some of its hottest spots (even hotter than their famed hot chicken).
And no, they don’t ALL sell cowboy boots—though those looking to Boot Scootin’ Boogie are sure to find some.
Whether you’re visiting the state, are a local Nashvillian, or furnishing your first home from nearby Louisville, Nashville thrifting is an affordable and responsible way to treat yourself while benefiting the planet.
With these thrift shopping tips in mind (also see our video below), you’re on your way to finding the next big country star…of your closet!