Mom, singer and fashion designer?! Jessie James Decker clearly can accomplish it all. Now, she is gearing up to add store owner to her resume too, once her new shop, Kittenish, opens in Nashville later this month. The mom-of-three sat down with Life & Style to discuss how thrilled she is to start this new endeavor.
“I am so excited,” Jessie, 30, told Life & Style exclusively while promoting her favorite snack Jack Link’s beef jerky. “I have been talking about this ever since I started this brand, which was almost five years ago.”
Luckily, the reality television personality was in the right place at the right time. “I was waiting for the perfect moment and opportunity, as far as location goes, and a spot opened up in The Gulch, and spots never open up in The Gulch,” she said. “It’s right next to the wings that you see people take pictures in front of when they’re in Nashville, and I was like, ‘That is it. That is the spot.’ That was a sign that it was time.”
So, what can fans expect when they walk into the space? “It’s pretty and girly and fun,” the Nashville transplant said. “I just cannot wait for everyone to see it.”
The brunette beauty has been getting advice from Brittney Kelley, who is married to Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley, and also has a store in Music City. “Brittney has been super helpful. I actually called her a couple of weeks ago because I had some questions,” she confessed. “She just has been super sweet. It’s been really helpful having her.”
The “Wanted” songstress always dreamt of working with clothes one day and now, she can’t believe it’s actually happening! “I have been designing and sketching clothes since I was in high school,” she revealed. “I was either writing lyrics for songs or designing the outfits that I would wear while I was on stage. I was such a fan of Selena, and I love that she had a store, was also a fashion designer, had a clothing line and was an artist, a performer. So, I wanted to be just like her.”
Well, we will be the first ones in line when your store opens, girl! We can’t wait.