Twelve Nashville area boutiques and home-grown designers were featured in the August issue of Lucky magazine, casting a spotlight on Nashville Style.
Goodbuy Girls, which specializes in gently worn cowboy boots, and "when in Nashville" purchases, was among the boutiques.
Co-owner Tania Coe told Nashville's News 2 they expect to see at 60% to 70% increase in tourist traffic thanks to the press from Lucky and previous articles on Glamour.com and in Southern Living.
"It's amazing, we feel great about it," Coe said. "It just means that for our regulars, it's just going be that much more exciting for them to be a part of this with us. Hopefully it will bring in a lot of new customers as well, all lot of out-of-towners [and] a lot of tourists."
Also featured in the article was the clothing store Imogene and Willie located in the 12 South area. They specialize in high end denim and design work and custom tailoring is completed on-site.
Local Honey, where much of the inventory is made by young independent Nashville designers, also made the list, as did H. Audrey, owned by Hank Williams Jr.'s daughter Holly.
Store manager Maggie Smith told Nashville's News 2 the spread in Lucky is great for these stores and for Music City.
"It's huge," Smith said, adding, "It reaches a whole different demographic than just Nashville and our usual customers, so for that were really thankful."