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November 10, 2022 / Blog

Capitol View hosted its first Nashville Design Week panel discussion

Capitol View hosted its first Nashville Design Week panel discussion at Trolley Park on November 3rd from 5-7pm to discuss using the urban outdoor environment to build community – a topic we think is as important as ever with the evolution of mixed-use projects like Capitol View. The night included free drinks and food from

September 8, 2022 / News

Read Our Q & A with Amy Skerratt, Owner of New Size-Inclusive Boutique

Amy Skerratt always knew she wanted to be an entrepreneur. She just wasn’t sure what that looked like. Inspired by her father, who owned his own business, she took a business-minded career path, majoring in marketing and management in college. The northern Michigan native moved to Nashville seven years ago and soon saw a space

September 8, 2022 / News

5 New Nashville Retail Spots to Check Out!

Summer introduced even more opportunities for great shopping in Nashville. From custom lipsticks and toys to a neighborhood market with thoughtfully chosen goods, the city is bursting with new retail concepts to keep our pantries stocked, our wardrobes fresh, and our gift-giving a breeze. From East Nashville to Green Hills, check out these five new

August 25, 2022 / News

The Extended Shop and Other Nashville Boutiques Offer Inclusive Sizing

Online stores can be a favorable option for plus-size women looking to bypass the emotional roller coaster that comes with finding an outfit in person. But options are limited, sizing can be confusing, and customers can’t try on garments before buying. It’s time-consuming and often costly to ship back clothes that don’t quite hit the

July 14, 2022 / News

The Extended Shop Opens Its First Brick-and-Mortar Location

Last year, Amy Skerratt started The Extended Shop as a pop-up boutique to bring fashionable plus-size clothing to Nashville. The fabulous shop was held in several locations, including Starry Nights Market, L&L Market and Porter Flea. It proved to be so popular that Amy started looking at locations for a permanent shop. She soon found