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Stephanie Granada

Recent Posts By Stephanie Granada

One-Piece Swimsuits Are Having a Moment, And We Couldn’t Be Happier

Go ahead and have that second slice of pie—this swim season is all about the one-piece. From printed numbers that could double as going-out tops to sweetly sultry suits with cut-outs, we round up the best 10 styles for your Memorial weekend getaway.

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Chassity Evans Takes Us On A Perfect Saturday in Charleston

I fell in love with Charleston while cruising late at night in a rickshaw with my new friend and author of style blog Look Linger Love, Chassity Evans.

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How One Georgia Girl Stole the New York Met Gala Show

Leave it to a Georgia girl to bring the charm to a glamorous New York event. The Met Gala, one of the most elite parties of the NYC fashion world, turns out the most elaborate and one-of-a-kind dresses of any red carpet event.

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48 Hours of Kentucky Derby

As a first-timer there is a little you can do to really prepare for the Kentucky Derby except show up. Sure, you can have the perfect dress and hat, tickets, and a great group of friends in tow, but once you’re in, nothing is quite what you’d expect. It’s tailgatin meets an elegant country brunch, with a touch of old-world nostalgia and […]

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How To Rock The Derby Like a Model

Kentucky Derby (May 3) is hands-down one of the biggest fashion events in the South. This year the iconic race celebrates its 140th, and we’ll be there reporting on the festivities—including some style coverage from the red carpet (stay tuned!). Much like you, we don’t have a celebrity stylist on call, so we pulled some shots from years past to snag some […]

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5 Southern Foods To Eat Now, According To Brooks Reitz

Charleston-via-Kentucky Brooks Reitz knows a thing or two about small-batch food. As the owner of Jack Rudy Cocktail Co., Brooks built a strong following for his particular brand of tonic that makes for a full-proof gin-and-tonic.

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The Best Places to Eat in Louisville for Derby Weekend

With the Kentucky Derby this week, many of you are heading up to Louisville to take in the races and its surrounding festivities. That’s why we tapped our most trusted Louis food source, Edward Lee, to share his top five picks for eating in the Derby City.

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Now is the Time to Break Out Your Seersucker

Northerners might argue one must wait until after Memorial Day to start wearing seersucker, but the weather down South tells a different story. Once Easter rolls around the lightweight, puckered fabric is fair game.

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Experience Atlanta Like a Local

With Shaky Knees Festival just a couple weeks away, we tapped four in-the-know Atlantians to share their go-to spots in The Big Peach. From the tried-and-true to the brand new—you won’t go wrong. Clarence E. Simpson; Sales Professional, Suitsupply “I stumbled upon Lunacy Black Market by chance. It is small, but the food is amazing. Whenever I am not wearing a suit at […]

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The Only Hat You’ll Need This Summer, Discount Included!

You won’t be in search of shade this season as long as you have this chic topper by Preston & Olivia in tow. Handmade by Dara Kent-Cobb, a 28-year-old Louisiana native, each model is slightly unique but carries the same flattering shape and style. With its hand-blocked straw, swooping brim, and elegant grosgrain bow, this hat is suited for a […]

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