After collecting dresses, shoes, boots, hats and purses for the last 10 years, 1980s pop star Tiffany has opened a new boutique in White House, about 25 miles outside of Nashville.
Tiffany's Boutique opened Thursday in an older home that was previously a tattoo parlor located off of Highway 76.
The pop icon told Nashville's News 2 she hopes her newly renovated shop will be a popular place for women who are looking for glamour pieces.
Tiffany said many of the items for sale in the boutique are things she picked up while on the road performing.
“I've been going around on my trips; I'm still involved in the music industry, so I'm always traveling. So I'll make a day for the boutique, my dream of the boutique. I've been collecting for 10 years. Literally,” she said.
Other available items include things the pop star previously wore at red carpet events and have only been worn a couple of times.
“You spend a lot on these dresses and turn around and someone's wearing the same thing,” she said.
One glamorous dress Tiffany pulled of the rack to show Nashville's News 2 was one that had been worn on a red carpet. It's priced at only $40.
Tiffany released a country album, “Rose Tattoo,” last year, which has received positive reviews from critics.
She's also releasing a line of the piece of clothing that she helped make famous, denim jackets, in the near future.
Tiffany and her family have lived in White House for the last five years.
For more information on Tiffany, visit her Web site.