Jason McCourty and Kenny Britt represent Nashville, one of the most electric and stylish cities in the South. Photo credit Ben Watts / GQ

Tennessee Titans Represent Nashville in GQ Magazine


Tennessee Titans Jason McCourty and Kenny Britt represent Nashville in GQ’s article on food and travel “Nowville”.

Nashville, Tennessee, used to be just a city of ten-gallon hats and the Grand Ole Opry. Now it’s the most electric spot in the South, thanks to a cast of transplanted designers, architects, chefs, and rock ‘n’ rollers. Here, twenty-five locals show you how to tear up Music City in threads worthy of this reborn southern scene

The article features some popular icons from around the area and some hip new places with everyone dressed in ridiculously overpriced clothing.

Personally, I don’t like to spend that much on clothing. Nothing makes a pair of pants or a shirt worth spending $100 on, but that’s just me.

The jeans worn by Jason in this pic, they cost $720. Little out of my price range… Same things goes for Kenny’s $248 sweater.

I think the picture is pretty fun to look at. Britt’s doing all right but Jason looks like he’s focusing on that little leap they’ve got them doing.

Do you agree with the article? Do you think Nashville has been reborn and is now one of the hippest, electric cities in the South? Either way, it’s always nice to have a little spotlight shined on you.

Thanks to Carl Baker of GQ for the heads up.

 

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  • wigginshoward

    I think Nashville is growing but it has a long way to go. As an interior designer, the shopping is very limited . I do all my shopping in Atlanta.Howard Wiggins Interior Design.

  • McCourtyTwins

    @TitanSizedJason LOL I wouldn’t even know where to buy $720 jeans (J-Mac)

  • TitanSizedJason

    @McCourtyTwins I feel like it should be illegal to sell jeans for that price. KB’s sweater is apparently a much more “modest” $248. Crazy.