My husband and I were included in a fun shoot for southernliving.com this week where we talked about what we thought Southern Style is… Now I’m not a native Southerner but I’ve found style in the Southeast to be whimsical, fun and always unique. I think my own style has evolved to reflect this, hence the great flared cat skirt I found at Hampden Clothing on King Street worn with a sheer, pearl detailed top, a vintage bag, Loeffler Randall snakeskin heels from James (Hampden’s sister store) and turquoise Charleston Rice Beads. RIP to my Zara sunglasses that were sat on shortly after this shoot, at least they got their moment to shine:
Love this photo of John and I. By the way, all these photos are outtakes from Look. Linger. Love. Chassity Evans did a great job curating the Charleston segment with her photographer and friend Gray Benko. Check out the rest of here!
The Charleston Rice Beads have been sold out for some time and I am worried I am going to have to go into hiding if they are not back soon. However, slowly but surely they are trickling back in. The necklaces are at my jewelry plater as I type this and two great colors in the bracelets are now available again, the Charleston Rice Bead bracelets in Rose Gold:
And the Charleston Rice Bead Bracelets in Vintage Gold, one of my favorite finishes:
The remaining styles will be in by August 18th! Be sure to sign up for our email list at the top right of this page to stay up to date!
A few months a go the talented Leigh Webber came to shoot me in my office in Charleston for an interview with the SOGOOD. We are both members of the mobile App network that helps busy women connect with each other and with other businesses. I was flattered they decided to interview me for their blog. You can read the full interview here.
Also, in the interview I talk about the story behind this vintage cocktail ring and the woman on the cover of that National Geographic (a relative of mine by marriage!). Enjoy : )