Big Hair. Big personalities. Big sequins. Small dresses. Nashville fashion is a completely different style than any other show on TV. It highlights the country music industry and tries to accurately portray real Nashville style. Costume designer Susie De Santo uses Nashville based designers and retailers for many of the outfits worn on Nashville. Juliette Barnes, played by Hayden Panettiere wears lines like Free People just like her alleged character inspiration Taylor Swift while Connie Britton's character Rayna James wears higher end brands like Equipment. As a more established country star, their Nashville fashion suggests that Rayna is probably more wealthy than Juliette. But Juliette's super trendy style will most likely evolve as she becomes increasingly more famous. If there's one complaint about Nashville fashion from real folks living in Nashville it's the cowboy boots. One source tells Possessionista that most people in Nashville wouldn't wear cowboy boots every day.


Nashville Fashion: Outfits from That’s the Way Love Goes

Juliette's cashmere skull sweater: 360 cashmere

Nashville Fashion: Clothes from two sides to every story

Juliette's lace illusion dress: Mandalay  Similar: Mac Duggal

Nashville Fashion: Clothes from You’re Lookin’ At Country

Layla's earrings: Art Deco by Stella Dot  Necklace:  Somervelle by Stella Dot  Bracelet: Amelie Sparkle (not shown)

Win it! Nashville Fashion: Win Sadie and Layla’s CMA jewelry from Stella & Dot

Rayna's blue DWTS dress: Alice + Olivia

Nashville Fashion: Clothes worn on Nashville I’m coming home to you

Juliette's paisley top: Sea

Nashville Fashion: October 23 and October 29

Juliette's press conference blouse: Twelfth Street

Nashville Fashion: Clothes from I feel bad for myself

Rayna's beaded top: L'Agence

Nashville fashion: Outfits from How Far Down I can go