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Fashion for a Fraction Comes to The Factory

Shop deals and steals in time for Fall at "Fashion for a Fraction."

Fashion for a Fraction, a bi-annual event that brings together Middle Tennessee’s top boutiques and savvy shoppers for a day of unbeatable deals, takes place on Saturday, August 19 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at its new location, The Factory at Franklin’s Liberty Hall. 

Presented by The Nashville Scene and Nfocus Magazine, Fashion for a Fraction will feature a variety of boutiques from across Nashville and its surrounding cities, all offering an array of items ranging in sizes, styles and price points. Discounts include up to 75% off retail prices, BOGO deals, $15 clothing racks and more.

Participating boutiques include Any Old Iron, BANDED, Fab’rik Franklin, The French Shoppe, Extended, Elle Gray, Finnleys, Mountain High Outfitters, This is the Finale, Rory + Co and more.  In addition to discounts on the latest fashions, guests can enjoy complimentary massages from MassageLuXe and custom-fitted permanent jewelry from Linked by Silk n Honey. When it’s time for a break, guests can refuel with delectable light bites and coffee from Macca Villa at Riverside, GREYS Fine Cheese and Entertaining and Asulon Collective. 

Guests are encouraged to bring new or gently used men’s and women’s clothing to donate to the Nashville Rescue Mission. As a token of appreciation, donors enter a drawing for a chance to receive prizes from participating boutiques.  

General admission and VIP tickets are on sale now for $10 and $35 respectively. VIP tickets give attendees early entry at 10am to beat the crowds, a Fumana International mimosa, a Casa Azul cocktail of their choice and a “Life is Short. Go Shopping.” tote bag full of goodies.  

To view a full list of participating boutiques and to purchase tickets, visit the official website at fashionforafraction.com.

 

 

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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.