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Neve & Hawk… such a cute kids line made by Kris & Bob Galmarini. They started their line here in Charleston, maybe some of you remember talking about them during Charleston fashion week. They’re now in California and are doing, well, awesome. How cute is this little bustle dress they sent over for Lilly?
Anyone catch Lilly’s feet up there? Whoa.
Neve & Hawk is simple and comfortable. This convertible bustle dress can also be worn as a skirt and adjusts for sizing in the back. Super cool. We are big fans here. Expect to see more ahead.
PS, in case you missed it yesterday afternoon I posted about the fun style project I’ve been working on with Southern Living. 10 Charleston friends and their style. I’m really proud of it and would love to hear what you think!
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It’s live, it’s live!! If you follow my instagram you may have seen that I’m working on a fun project for Southern Living. My task, find 10 Charleston friends who have serious style for their Southern Style Is story. So I grabbed my friend Gray Benko and went to work. Luckily it wasn’t too difficult…
Not pictured, but how amazing is this dress? And I really love this top and it’s a steal- would be so cute a blazer! And happy Monday, y’all! I hope you had a nice weekend. It actually didn’t rain here which was nice. We had a beach night Friday. Saturday I was busy with my AOL team making some fun videos for the blog, aaaand the weekend was rounded out with Josh getting a stomach bug.