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20-70’s Era Inspired Dresses Designed in Sarasota, Florida

I recently discovered designer Camilyn Beth, and have been sarahopping on her website ever since! She takes classic dress silhouettes and adds the perfect modern twist, such as a scalloped edge or classy ruffle. Not only are her designs timeless, they are also extremely flattering. The fact that all of her dresses are designed and made in the U.S. is […]

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Sweetgrass Social: Modern Ways to Display Woven Decor

Via A Travelling Carr   No trip to Charleston, South Carolina, is complete without a stopover at The Market—here, at the very end of the battery, the coastal vibrancy of the area’s beaches and islands intersects with the lush, decorous beauty of Charleston’s haute couture, making it just the right place to sample the city’s laidback beauty. Overflowing with leather […]

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Hand-Painted Leather Clutches

I’m always looking to discover up and coming designers that create unique and handmade pieces. I love my House Account subscription because their weekly emails are a fun way to learn about new artists and designers. A few weeks ago, I got an email that featured Ann Howell Bullard‘s clutches, and I immediately fell in love with her work! I contacted her to see […]

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Seersucker Swing Dress

I repeatedly get asked where I shop, and my answer is that I love Tuckernuck, an online shop that’s both preppy and classic. Their selections are so thoughtfully curated and popular, that most of their items sell out very quickly. So naturally when I was planning my trip to Palm Beach, I had to check out Tuckernuck’s website for the perfect outfit for […]

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Charleston Fashion Week Recap

Last week, I was in heaven at the Charleston Fashion Week, especially since I got to enjoy a couple of nights of dinner and fashion shows with my friends! This year marks the 10th Anniversary of Charleston Fashion Week (CFW) so it was an especially grand celebration. The weather turned out to be incredible, with temps in the 70s, which was perfect for spring dresses and […]

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The Perfect Easter Outfit With Draper James

I’m showcasing the perfect Draper James outfit that could be worn on Easter or any spring day. I immediately fell in love with the soft pattern of the Margaret Printed Skirt since it is both flattering and timeless. I paired that with the white Cloister Dot Top to balance out the bold pattern in the skirt. The Croc Pinewood Envelope Clutch provided the perfect finishing touch to this outfit. For […]

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Step into Spring at Musgrove Plantation

Located on Frederica Road in St. Simons Island, Musgrove Plantation is a 1200 acre estate situated on Village Creek. What was once a working plantation during the Sea Island cotton era, has been transformed into a magical venue for weddings, events, family reunions or conferences.

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Three Outfits Perfect for Finicky Weather

I think it’s safe to say that we’re all looking forward to warm and sunny days! Unfortunately, the forecast calls for cooler temps again this week. To make these chilly days a little more exciting, I’ve teamed up with bloggers Beth Aschenbach and Danielle Norcross, from Palm Beach Lately, to bring you three layered looks that can accommodate the large temperature swings […]

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Farewell To A Nashville Institution: The Boots That Remain

When I started working as a travel editor, it quickly became clear that I needed a pair of cowboy boots. For me it happened on a ranch in west Texas, where I had to ask to borrow a pair from the owner because there are some situations (hanging out with horses, walking through fields), that don’t call for office-lady ballet flats. […]

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Most Beloved Style Icons: Southern Moms

Our March style section (the issue hits stands this Friday) is all about the original beauty icons: our mothers. Last fall we asked you to send in throwback pictures of your mom along with her “pearls of wisdom” in anticipation of this issue. Your response was overwhelming. Our inbox was full of hundreds of nostalgia-inducing family photos and they are […]

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