NASHVILLE — There are two women who travel the country just about every time LoveShackFancy opens a new store, which has now happened 11 times since the pandemic began.
They descend on these stores, along with sometimes dozens of other women and girls, all dressed with precise whimsy, as if they’re attending a tea party on some decadent estate and not standing outside a small storefront, where it’s lightly raining and construction workers are grinding into asphalt just a few feet away.
On a recent Friday, this was not their chosen reality. Their reality was LoveShackFancy’s arrival in Nashville — to this pink brick building painted with even pinker flowers and
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