Not only is the name unique, its inspiration is actually biblical. Threadzz Boutique owner, Linda Kolodziej Leath, says the boutique really fills the void for a women’s clothing store in the Nolensville community. Located at 7177 Nolensville Road, in Brittain Plaza, the boutique is convenient to residents throughout Nolensville and the South Nashville area.

The boutique started as a small section in our salon, Salon 2dye4. We wanted to showcase items that continued our emphasis on helping women feel their best from the inside out. “While our salon and boutique are obviously designed to enhance a person’s outward appearance, we also want their visit to be a positive mind, body, and spirit experience,” says Linda. “When you can help a person look their best, they feel better and have a better appreciation of their gifts. We also know that sometimes just being in a positive, relaxing, and loving environment can really do wonders for a person’s mind and attitude.” So when the space next door to the salon became available, we saw it as our opportunity to expand not only our boutique, but our focus on helping women look and feel their best, everyday.


The boutique will offer clothing, jewelry, shoes, and purses from designers and brands like Miss Me, Elan, Rustic River, and many, many more. Linda’s goal when choosing pieces for the boutique, is to provide a great selection of unique items for any woman, regardless of shape or size.

From the spacious and chic design, to the calming and welcoming atmosphere; it is obvious that Linda and her staff have taken great care to create a special environment.

“As a ten year cancer survivor, I know what’s important to me. – It’s helping and connecting with people. And, helping people look and feel their best every day, truly makes me happy,” Linda says. “The name, Threadzz, came to me while thinking of scriptures like Colossians 2:2 – ‘…we are knit together in love…,’ and Matthew 18:20 – ‘…where 2 or 3 gather in my name…’ and truly reflects my gratitude for life and my desire to give what I can to others.”