2427 N. Germantown Pkwy.
Cordova, TN 38018
Phone: (901) 213-3600
Fax: (901) 213-3737
This funky and trendy shop specializes in hip, slinky, sexy styles for women: tank tops with the narrow straps, sequinned bodices and shiny or animal print fabrics. Additionally, you will find a variety of exciting accessories. Do not come to Caché for a subdued wardrobe; these are clothes for those times when you want to make a splash, to be noticed and admired. Caché advertises that it always has a sale going on, with prices marked down 25-75 percent.
This huge mall has had quite an impact on the shopping habits of Memphis residents. The four anchor stores are J.C. Penney's, Goldsmith's, Sears, and Dillard's. Other stores feature specialty items such as luggage and leather goods, bath and body products, eye wear and unique children's clothing. The Malco Theatres complex on the second floor has nine movie theaters, all with stadium seating for better viewing.
If you have Pokémon fever, check out this place. If you are more interested in sports than Pikachu, this place has baseball cards, new sets along with some older and collectible cards. The store carries basketball and football cards, as well. In the comics section, you will find the latest titles from Marvel, DC and some independent publishers, as well as collectible books, such as a framed copy of Silver Surfer Issue 1. There are also T-shirts, Star Wars stuff and cards and accessories for role-playing games such as Magic.
This is where the residents of affluent Germantown come for clothing, housewares and other accouterments of their lifestyle. Clothing stores include Laura Ashley, Ann Taylor, and Victoria's Secret. All those wonderful gadgets (massagers, keychain flashlights) are available at Sharper Image. Reproduction furniture, oriental chests and grand mirrors can be found at Bombay Furniture. Pause in your shopping for a cup of gourmet coffee at Gloria Jean's or lunch at Bosco's Pizzeria and Brewery.
Located at the Exeter Village Shopping Center, Dazzle offers its customers 2800 square feet (260 square meters) of space stocked with handbags, accessories, jewellery and gift items from a range of stylish brands. The store is a bright and cheerful place with an impressive collection of accessories that range from trendy to classic; perfect complements to outfits for any occasion. Although clothes form the base for any outfit, it is the accessories that truly bring out your personal style. The owners of Dazzle understand this completely and aim to provide their customers a personalized shopping experience, with staff always on hand to help you find just the right piece for you. With a price range that starts as low as USD3, and a variety of noted brands like Big Buddha, Melie Blanco and Jan Michaels to chose from, you are sure to find something that fits your taste and budget at Dazzle.
This establishment is a stand-out among gift shops. With its eclectic inventory, you will likely find something for everyone on your list. Holiday and seasonal decorations, unique frames and candlesticks, beeswax candles and hand-made pottery are among the items you will find here. There is a small, but nice selection of baby gifts, from silver spoons to Jeremy Toad. A nice selection of cards for various occasions allows you to pick up a card with your gift. The store also features a complete section of cooking specialty items and a la baguette bakery, featuring wonderful French bread, made fresh daily.
Equine enthusiasts will find supplies for their horses and for themselves at this shop, which caters to an upscale clientele. Along with bits, bridles and saddles are a few cowboy hats and a large selection of riding jackets for show jumping contestants. Lots of seasonal clothing for the rider is on offer, along with blankets and coverings for horses. A small selection of horse-related books and gift items, such as mugs, letter openers and paperweights are available. Horse toys from realistic plastic to plush cuddle toys for the kids can be found here.
In the affluent suburb of Germantown, east of downtown Memphis, is this strip mall where you will find bargains, from fashions to furniture. T.J. Maxx store selling designer clothes to fashion-conscious women at off-brand prices, a Bookstar store that discounts the same books found elsewhere, and a branch of the locally owned Fleming's Fine Furniture can be found.
Here is a store for the true sports fanatic, or anyone who has to shop for one. You will find just about everything with a team logo on it, including pennants, trash cans, rugs, shoelaces, caps, license plates and hundreds of other items. College and pro sports are both represented. For the young fan, you can buy diapers and baby bonnets sporting a wide variety of team logos. For the more serious collector, there are baseball cards and a selection of autographed items, from photos and posters to bats and balls.
If you love the 19th century look or art deco jewellery, you will enjoy a visit to the Diamond Brokers. In addition to the genuinely old pieces; handcrafted by jewellers in 18-carat gold and platinum and set with gorgeous, glittery gems; this place carries beautiful reproductions that make vintage style jewellery more affordable. Bring in your own gems or old pieces of jewellery, and the staff will help you pick out the perfect new setting. The store also buys estate quality pieces of jewellery.
The Regalia at Ridgeway Center is a popular destination in Memphis for clothing and accessories for those with a more discerning taste. The center houses a range of high-end stores, local boutiques and speciality shops like A Fitting Place - a local lingerie boutique, Oak Hall which offers a collection of designer clothing for men and women, and A Pea in a Pod which stocks designer maternity wear. There are also a number of dining options available at the center, including restaurants like Paradise Cafe and Salsa. If you are tired of the usual shopping centers that offer an almost set list of chain stores, then the Regalia is just the place for you; an opportunity to indulge in shopping at stores that are more exclusive in design and feel.
Carrefour may look like just another upscale suburban strip mall, but it is worth exploring. Anchored at one end by a Border's bookstore with arguably the best bookstore café in Memphis (live music on weekends and a showcase for local artists on one wall), the mall also has a couple of dress shops: Casual Corner and Paul Harris. The surprises are in a store called Happy Names that will engrave or paint anything you buy with your name or someone's else's, and has an interesting array of food items, including dips and candies. In the corner of the parking lot is a Macaroni Grill restaurant.