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Paramedic Chases Childhood Dream, Opens Boutique in Pleasant View

Ribbon-cutting ceremony

Ashland City resident Rachael Bragg watched her life-long dream unfold on the afternoon of November 12 when the Cheatham County Chamber of Commerce joined her in a ribbon-cutting ceremony of her own retail space, Love You Most Boutique. After months of dominating the online market, Bragg decided to take her popular products to brick and mortar. Upon working out a deal with Heather Hardwick, owner of The Shop off Pleasant View, she was able to set up inside the popular hair salon.

Her loyal and growing client base, trendy products, and now, her convenient location, have given her the platform she needed to offer the community a stylish array of women’s clothing (regular and plus-sizes), children’s clothing, accessories, and shoes. The new boutique showcases “cute and comfortable clothes for everyday wear as well as items that can be dressed up or down for any occasion,” Bragg says.

The smaller size of Love You Most Boutique will allow Bragg to be flexible with both her display and frequently rotating inventory. “I am dedicated to empowering women and making them feel beautiful,” says Bragg of her diverse selection.

While her primary focus has been her career as a paramedic for the Nashville Fire Department, Bragg’s love for fashion was ever-present, causing her to take bold leap of faith in opening up her own boutique. “I’m very passionate about the boutique. It is a dream come true and I look forward to many years serving in both roles,” says Bragg.

Love You Most Boutique, endearingly named after Bragg’s love for her young daughter, will be open during the regular business hours of The Shop (Tues. through Fri. from 9-5 PM & Sat. 10-2 PM), and by special appointment. Updates and more information can be found on the boutique’s Facebook page. “I can’t wait to see what the future holds,” Bragg adds with true excitement.

Rachael Bragg

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