Thursday, October 2, 2014

Explore: Nashville, TN {Imogene + Willie}

Let's go back to Nashville!
It is no secret that I have an obsession with this city. From the unique shops, good eats + incredible music, this city is definitely on the top of my {future places to live} list. Since a move is not in our near future, I will just have to settle for random visits to get my Nashville fix.

Enough about my obsession and on to this week's feature..

I first heard of Imogene + Willie from the Anthropologie website a few years back. Being a mom of two kids, I find myself constantly looking for the perfect high rise denim. That's when I+W's Elizabeth caught my attention. I looked up the company and found our that they are based out of Nashville. Perfect! Naturally, I paid one of my favorite city a visit and searched for the store front. Can you guess what happened next? I slipped on a pair of the Elizabeth stretch in indigo and fell in love! The fit was exactly what I was looking for. It sits high on the waist which was the perfect remedy for my trouble area {most moms out there would know exactly what I'm talking about}. 

It was a no brainer to include I+W to our list of place to Explore in Nashville. I was super excited to introduce the rest of the team  to I+W and all it's amazingness. I made Chelsea slip on a pair of the Elizabeth's {that she of course look amazing in} and I tried on the mid rise Imogene.

The store is more than just a clothing shop. You can also find one of a kind vintage and handmade products.

You are also in luck if you are LOOKing {get it?} for a new pair of specs since Warby Parker {see recent collaboration here} has a pop up shop within the I+W shop. Yup!

HUGE thanks to the team at I+W who were so accommodating and provided us with so much info about the product and company. Ready to dive into your first I+W experience? Click here to learn more.

As always, don't forget to head over to CATC!

All images by: Sleepy Fox Photography

1 comment:

  1. Yay! These trips are so much fun and I'm smitten with the I+W space. Thanks to our awesome tour guide, Aissa!