The impeccable style that southerners have isn’t limited to adults. Southern bred babies are just as stylish. And thanks to these children’s boutiques, the kids in Nashville will be the best dressed across the south, accompanied by the fashionable selections of accessories and decor that are also found at these shops.
The Vintage Honey Shop
What started as an Etsy shop collaboration between two friends, Jen and Mel (who are also sisters-in-law), is now a Nashville based online baby boutique. The Vintage Honey Shop’s signature product is the Teething + Nursing Necklace, which is stylishly handcrafted with a variety of beautiful fabrics and organic wood. The necklaces are meant to make new moms feel pretty while knowing their baby is finding relief from sore gums with a product that is safe and effective.
After struggling to find baby boy clothing that wasn’t designed in typical “boy” prints, moms Emily and Karla decided to make their own. Trendy Bubs was born with hipster tots in mind. The company now sells both boy and girl leggings, harem pants, headbands, blankies and more. The Nashville print leggings are a must for all local kiddos! Shirts, hats and headbands are also available in the same print.
The name Rich Hippies is fitting for this rad children’s boutique. The Germantown shop sells unique, consciously made and globally curated products for kids and home. You’ll find toys, books, clothes, blankets and more.
Founded by local mom Jennifer Kite, SCOUT offers responsibly made children’s clothing, accessories, gifts and nursery decor. The designers featured in the shop are all small and independent, featuring products that are made with eco-friendly production methods and full of playful style. SCOUT offers free local hand delivery in the greater Nashville area and has several pop-up shops throughout the year. You’ll find SCOUT at Hey Rooster General Store on February 23 and February 24, as well as in East Nashville in March and April.
Will & Ivey
The entire line of organic cotton clothing and quilts from Will & Ivey is made in America. The brand wants to inspire fashion-forward consumers to live each day with purpose and has partnered with Tennessee Alliance for Kids to bring awareness to the needs of children in foster care. One way Will & Ivey gives back is by donating a percentage of its profits to provide children who’ve been displaced from their homes with backpacks full of items. Jumpers, joggers, dresses and tops are all available from the shop.
With three retail locations in Nashville and an online shop, Magpies sells fun products for babies and moms. From whimsical nursery decor to basic clothing pieces in adorable prints, you’ll find original products that add a dose of playfulness to both moms’ and babies’ lives.
Using her expertise as a visual artist and jewelry designer, mom Jennifer Luckett created January Moon. The line is inspired by the creativity of children, elements found in nature and the bond between mother and child. January Moon specializes in high-quality teething necklaces that are both stylish and functional. The shop also sells pacifier clips, keychains and bracelets, all of which follow the same aesthetic as the brand’s signature necklaces.
Stacy Phillips opened her shop, Milkbarn, in 2006. It all started when she began sewing bibs for her son at her kitchen table. Now Milkbarn is committed to making children’s products that are imaginative, well-designed, well-made and inspired by a child’s sense of wonder. None of the products from Milkbarn are manufactured or mass marketed, offering customers a personalized shopping experience that delivers high-quality, colorfully fun and one-of-a kind pieces for children.