Last Summer when I was in Charleston I heard rumor of a place named The Darling Oyster Bar. Being a curator of “Darling” myself, I had to put it on my to-visit list for my trip. One glance at their website and brunch menu, and I knew it would be love at first sight.
When it comes to road trips from Atlanta, I have a 6 hour in-the-car limit for how long I’m willing to travel on the road. Don’t get me wrong – a properly executed road trip for 20+ hours is a blast with the right preparation, but when I’m just ready for a weekend getaway, 6 hours is
There are many wonders of Southern culture such as our food, language, sweet demeanors and effortless style in hot weather months, but among those as well lie unique and hidden coastal jewels to travel to when the weather get’s just a little too hot for us Atlantans. Which is why we love St. Simon’s Island’s
One thing I truly love about St. Simons is the low country lifestyle and history embedded into every facet of the town. Each historic monument around the island lay almost barren from the touch of tourists but yet gushes with antebellum charm of a generation long forgot.
Before we settled into bed from the day before, our concierge at the King and Prince Resort told us how we had to experience one of the legendary sunrises on the island. Since St. Simon’s Island is the furthest Western beach on the Eastern Seaboard, they get sun-rises later than the rest of the waking
We started our morning bright and early, with a cup of coffee in hand to wake us from our sleep deprived travels from the day prior. Knowing that we were spending the afternoon in the sun boating around St. Simon’s Island, I threw on my favorite striped tee, a pair of boating shoes and my
In a beautiful setting such as the Jekyll Island Club Hotel, I couldn’t pass up another opportunity to photograph my second favorite Lilly dress of the year – this one being an obvious first- in the spectacular garden behind the Crane Cottage. Lilly Pulitzer Dress || Soludos Lace Up Espadrilles || Straw Tote || Lisi
When sunny days turned into overcast afternoons, we packed up our beach blankets and headed a few miles down the road to a Victorian estate named after the island it took root on: Jekyll Island Club Hotel.
It was like waking up in a prehistoric dream stepping onto Jekyll Island. The air warm and unmoving, the trees bending in all directions as if escaping an invisible wind, and hundreds of driftwood trees scattering the beach making for some au naturale jungle gyms for the kids that scattered in and out of the forest
On our way to St. Simons for vacation, we decided to have a stop over in Savannah. The only times I had been to Savannah previously were with a fraternity formal and a bachelorette party. Not the most calming and relaxed environments to explore in, nor were our minds set on slow strolls through the