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Tree-lined streets make Carriage Crossing a pleasant place to walk around. Take a stroll and shop at over 70 stores, including Banana Republic, Express, Gap, and Sephora. If you work up an appetite during your shopping excursion, you can grab a bite to eat at restaurants like Red Robin, Bonefish Grill, Carrabba's Italian Grill, and Milano's Pizza.
This shop is more than just an average flower shop. There is a full-service floral shop in the back of the store where you can order live plants and bouquets, or buy individual rosebuds or other flowers by the stem. But the front of the store houses an interesting array of gifts. In addition to dried flower arrangements and wreaths, you will find collectible enamel boxes in the shape of miniature purses and teapots. There are Indian-style boxes and lanterns. A beautiful collection of handmade jewelery, wind chimes, hand-painted plates are also available. Additionally, there is a selection of decorative silver crosses and shelves full of stuffed animals by Gund.
Situated in Collierville's Historic Town Square, Hewlett & Dunn Jean & Boot Barn is best known for its fascinating collection of leather, western-style boots. This one-a-kind-store is where you will find some of the most uncanny, yet wonderful cowboy boots, hats, jeans and a plethora of other western-themed products. Great not just in appearance, this store boasts of great quality products from known brands such as Ariat Boots, Cinch Jeans and Scully Leather.
A small collection of mostly decorating items, this shop also features a few pieces of antique furniture. First Fruit Collection is the place to go if you are looking for decorator pillows. Sharing space with a fabric shop, this boutique has pillows with a variety of designs in many sizes. Other items include book-ends and figurines along with picture frames and some framed art. The inventory changes often so there is no telling what you might find. Yard and garden art cast in weather-resistant resin and brightly painted metal is also offered.