Monday, February 7, 2011

And we're BACK!!

We're back blogging! Check back daily for our latest posting!

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Just in at Posh!

The necklaces in the Seal line from Pyrrha are cast from authentic 19th century wax seals. Every design has a symbolic meaning taken from family heraldry.

Every necklace comes with a card telling about the seal. For example: The necklace on the far left is The bee seal, it reads "A mon ami" - To my friend, in English. Bees symbolize wisdom and creative activity. The seal on the right is the Carpe Diem seal, it pictures a winged hourglass reading in Latin "Carpe Diem," meaning "Seize the Day" in English.

Pyrrha's heart lock necklace depicts a heart shaped padlock surrounded by the phrase "the key is within you" written in French.
Citizens of Humanity for men are also now available at Posh. Come in and see all the new washes and styles.
On Left: The Sid Straight Leg in 'Pacific Ocean'
On Right: The Evans Relaxed Fit in 'Big Sur'

Friday, May 28, 2010

Feature Designer: Cooper by Courtney

Get to know Courtney Warren!

Courtney Warren is originally from Tyler, Texas but now living her dream in Dallas. She graduated from Texas Tech University with a B.A. in Apparel Design in 2006. She is now head designer and creator of her first clothing line "Cooper by Courtney Warren".

Her line, "Cooper", was a dedication to all of her friends and family that have supported her throughout her journey to make her dream come true. She named all the pieces in the line after her friends and family.

Courtney's goal is to create a dress line that makes women not only feel sexy but also beautiful. She believes, "The perfect dress can completely change a woman's attitude and give them the confidence they need to face the world and achieve their dreams."

Come shop the latest Cooper by Courtney at Posh Boutique.
For more information visit her website:

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Sleeveless Bracelets!

New Sleeveless bracelets available at Posh!

They can dress up a whole look, and are easy to take on and off with these simple buttons. The two outer bracelets are 'Edward'. They come in black or grey leather with a vintage chain/ rhinestones. The center bracelet is 'Bella'. This bracelet comes in black and is a ruffled leather sleeve, adorned by a vintage two-toned layered chain.

These 'Hook' bracelets are a leather wrap bracelet with an over sized hook closure. They come in light gray, blush, and black.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Dolce Vita

Don't miss out on our new shipment of Dolce Vita Shoes! They are so comfortable and oh so cute!
'Risa' with black napa leather

There is a subtle wedge heal, easy zipper up the heal and can be worn with black and brown, which is always convenient!
'Dane' with silver leather 

These padded flats are super comfortable. They look great on your tan summer foot, in a long maxi dress, romper or skinny pants. 

'Dylan' with black leather

The 'Dylan' also has the padded foot. This flat looks great on your foot with the little loop, it's simple and can go with everything! 

Monday, May 24, 2010

Fashion Breakdown

Christina's look is all available at Posh. She says,"It's very comfortable, each piece can be dressed up or down and worn together as an outfit or separately. My boots can be up or cuffed down!"

The Breakdown:
Dress: Judith March in 'Coral'
(also available in black)

Shoes: Frye 'Jane' Cuff Boots in 'Stone'
(Christina said,"My boots have been one of my best purchases. I wear them all the time, all year in rain or shine!)

Cardigan: BCBG with shirred back in 'Heather'

Friday, May 21, 2010

Friday Feature: Diana Warner

Posh wants you to get to know some of our designers:

Diana Warner Caroll is a New York jewelry designer. Ever since she was a child she has been creating art inspired buy two opposite worlds: Her brothers, sports and outdoors as well as glittery art class, dancing and glamour. Only four years ago her dream to become a jewelry designer started to take shape. She used many different materials, colors and shapes to create her unique but classic designs. 
Recently Diana has an eye opening experience in Africa that introduced her to a third influence. She spent six weeks in Africa and  noticed the raw natural beauty of a third world country taken over by poverty, disease and devastation, especially in association with AIDS. She has incorporated this new simplistic inspiration into her recent designs. Diana has taken a calling to advocating AIDS awareness and her studio creates art daily that profits AIDS awareness.

Come into Posh and see all of our new Diana Warner Jewelery and to learn more about her and her designs visit her website: Diana Warner Studio site
And follow her on twitter: 

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Ray Ban's at Posh

Don't be blinded outside at the pool or driving in your car! 
Come get some new colorful Ray Ban's at Posh. 

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Summer Sam Edelman's at Posh

Sam Edelman's Summer 2010 Sandals are to cute and comfortable to pass up!

Simple 'Gigi' sandals are fun and can go with everything!

Darling 'Daria' gladiator sandals can be easily dressed up or worn casually. They also have the easy zipper back so you don't have to deal with buckles.     

                   The 'Fiery Python' Sandal is great for work or play!

'Hazel' Flats with the stones down the front
looks very flattering on the foot! A cute look with crop skinny jeans.

Last but not least the 'Quintessa' heels! These are great for a night out on the town. Fabulous fit and great style, also has the easy zipper down the back of the heel.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Interview with designer Terrah Hamilton!

POSH Shoppers we have a surprise for you! An exclusive interview with one of our accessory designers Terrah Hamilton!

Terrah McCauley Hamilton grew up on a farm in Springfield, TN with her identical twin sister-Jennifer McCauley Gomez. Her interest in all things "business" led her to graduating from Belmont University with a Bachelor of Business Administration and emphasis in Entrepreneurship. She also received a minor from O'More College of Design in Merchandising. After graduation, Terrah made her mark in the fashion industry by elevating POSH Boutique to Nashville's market leader, expanding into three locations- Green Hills, Hillsboro Village, and Clarksville. POSH caught up with her again today to investigate her newest venture: Hamilton & Co. handmade accessories....

Tell me a little about your brand and what you do now?

Hamilton & Co is an accessories company who focuses on handmade items. Born out of a need to fulfill my creative outlet, what was just a hobby has now turned into a business. My products are lovingly handmade with care for each customer's need in mind. Hamilton & Co appeals to a broad range of customers. Seeing that accessories can round out your look- they can be paired with multiple tastes and styles.

How did you start making scarves and accessories and how did you break into this business?

My past work experience is in retail, specifically boutique management and buying. While gaining knowledge of the fashion industry, my 'indie-preneur' intuitions were to start creating accessories. POSH, in Nashville, TN is where I began to test my designs. This testing turned out to be extremely successful--learning which colors worked, lengths that flatter, merchandising techniques, and price points. Through this testing, and online marketing, I was able to determine if my products were relevant in the market and if I could define a customer base.

How long does it take to make scarves/what materials do you use?

It's hard to put a true time on how long it takes to make a scarf because of all the pre-work that goes into it. I spend lots of time researching color trends, fabric content, styling, etc. to develop an idea. Then I source the fabric (could take multiple hours!). After these processes are completed, I can start the actual construction of the scarf/accessory. At that point, it takes roughly an hour to finish one scarf. My fabrics have included jersey, velour, sweatshirt fleece, faux suede, and ducco.

Do you see yourself moving to clothes any time soon?

Possibly in my five-year-plan. My sights are set on making accessories successful first, then branching out into other areas.

Who or what inspires/d you? Music? People? Time periods? etc.

My inspirations come from all sorts of areas in life. The most prevalent are movies with period style costuming (loved Sherlock Holmes and Marie Antoinette), Karl Lagerfeld- his dark and daunting take on fashion and females, Indi-dance rock music, and Highsnobette or Sartorialist blogs. My internal motivation comes from my relationship with God.

How would you describe your sense of style?

My personal sense of style would be described as grey-scale modern cameo. In detail: comfortable- I love cotton!!- yet not sacrificing those key elements that make my outfit relevant for now which include: flat black Frye boots, black straight leg or skinny jeans by G-Star or J Brand with an American Apparel V neck tee shirt paired with a drapey cardigan and topped off with a Hamilton scarf, my BFF necklace from Hunter, and my German Charlotte ring.

What is the best staple of your wardrobe?

I am not shy about investing in key pieces such as leather boots, designer denim, handbags, and a great haircut!

What trends do you see coming and how can POSH shoppers get ready?

Drop your leather jacket and go with a canvas or military inspired look. Boyfriend blazers are still here- hold on to yours from fall and roll up the sleeves. Figure out your perfect shade of 'nude.' Lots of white, pale grays, and flesh tones for Spring. Pop out your RED lipstick! Clients can make an appointment with one of your POSH stylists to get the DL on what to buy for spring '10.

What magazines do you read?

Nylon, WWD, New York Magazine, Elle- I also occasionally peak at Hunter's (my hubby) medical school textbooks!

What was your best Christmas gift?

My trip to NYC to visit my sister and brother-in-law for New Years Eve.

Have you ever worked with another designer? Who are your favorite designers? Idols?

My favorite designers are: Karl Lagerfeld, Alexander Wang, Marc by Marc Jacobs, and Philippe Starck.

What has been your favorite project?

Learning how to use my new sewing machine. The technicalities of sewing are not apparent unless you have experienced sewing. I have a newfound appreciation for the labor it takes to create handmade products, especially pattern making.

What is the best part of the design process?

The limitless possibilites!! and color/fabric selection.

What is the fashion scene like in Memphis compared to Nashville?

Memphis is much more conservative than Nashville. There are certain parts of town where I will see an interesting take on a personal style, but for the most part- very American, Southern conservative. Nashville has an apparent indie music scene- walking around Hillsboro village you will most likely see a defined style. People actually walk out on the street! I miss that!!

Are you a personal stylist to your friends?

My stylist abilities are best used when shopping for designer denim. One of my brand new friends used my styling advice on finding the perfect pair of skinny jeans. It can be compared to bathing suit shopping- takes sooo much time to try on and you must be having a 'skinny' day. She had much success with my brand advice. I also help to style fashion shows, benefits, and assist guy friends gifting their wives. My favorite person to help style is my husband. He is always up for a new outfit!

Do you miss POSH?

Hehe (of course!!) I spent 8 years there developing relationships with clients, training staffs, merchandising, gaining experience buying, etc. I have fond memories of all the different personalities that have walked through the doors of POSH. Although I am in a different spot in my career, I will never take POSH for granted!

Come by POSH and check out Hamilton & Co. scarves new for Spring 2010! Also check out her facebook and website! To order email

Monday, December 21, 2009

The Perfect Holiday Wish List

Last -minute Christmas shopping?
We know the feeling...
... which is why we put together for you the perfect holiday wish-list to making Posh your
One-Stop Shop for Christmas presents this year!
Women's #1. The Infinity Scarf (by Dana Herbert)
Try a fun, modern take on an old Christmas gift classic! We carry them in brown, black, purple and teal.
Women's #2. The Sleeveless Collection (by Kyah Hillis and Jessica Maros).
Not only are these bracelets beautifully crafted with leather and sparkling stones, they also come with one of the gorgeous vintage boxes shown above.

Women's #3. Deepa Gurnani Headbands
These make for a beautiful and one-of-a-kind gift. These wrap-around headbands will keep you head-ache free, and each one is handcrafted and unique.

Mens' #1. The Fedora
Come and see our selection of hats by San Diego Hat Company and Diesel. Y
ou'll find them in brown, black and grey.... plaid, corduroy and pinstripe.

Men's #2. Denim.
As always, we have a wide selection of men's denim featuring styles by Diesel, G. Star Raw, William Rast, Genetic and Privacy.

Men's #3 - Belts! We've got tons of them!
Styles by Diesel, G.Star and Just Cavalli come in black, dark and light browns with both silver and gold detailing.
We hope to see you soon at Posh!