Fashion: Beat the heat

Photography by Lisa Staff + Styled by Bailey Gilliam

Street style

Cassandra Schultz, Cassandra’s Kitchen Store 

Where are you going? I’m heading to have a glass of wine at Wine Time Bluffton. They have delicious charcuterie boards. 

What are you wearing? Spartina 449. This look is super comfortable and perfect for the summer.

How would you describe your style? I’m normally really simple and plain, but I thought I’d mix it up with a fun print tonight.

Available at Spartina 449

Street style

Rob Fyfe, Palmetto Running Company

Where are you going? I am going to have dinner at Crudo, the new raw bar. 

What are you wearing? John Bayley Clothier. It’s a casual summertime outfit that I wear out to dinner.

How would you describe your style? Lowcountry casual.

Available at John Bayley Clothier

What to wear, where: Beat the heat

Stay cool this month in style. Light fabrics, cool tones and loose fits combine to make the perfect warm-weather, go-to outfit. Whether
you’re lounging at home or out on the town, we’ve covered you with these carefully curated looks from
local stores and boutiques.

Available at Southern Tide
Available at Outside Hilton Head
Available at Quiet Storm Surf Shop
Available at Island Child

Fashion News

New designer at Palmettoes

Palmettoes is now carrying shirts and tailored clothing by designer Richard Choi. His shirts are made of performance fabric, are wrinkle-free and have stretch for comfort and style.

New location for Palmetto Running Company

Palmetto Running Company plans to move its Bluffton location to Washington Square off of Buckwalter Parkway by the spring. 

New bags at Maggie & Me

The beloved hand-woven BC Handbag is at Maggie & Me in more colors than before. This vegan leather handbag has a small insert for valuables, a shelf perfect for travel, a strong magnetic buckle and can be worn as a purse or crossbody bag.

Evening wear at The Back Door

The wait is over. The Back Door heard your cries for help and has come to the rescue. If your calendar is filling up faster than Jackie O’s in the summer of ‘62, you have nothing to wear to that cocktail hour on the catamaran, to that Italian opera, or to dance and drink with that Danish dignitary, head to The Back Door. Your longing for radiance, elegance, and curves will be satisfied with dresses like these and much more.


Create lasting impressions with statement pieces

Elevate your jewelry fashion with the two hottest trends of the moment: statement pieces and layering. Embrace your unique individuality while allowing your dazzling jewelry to take center stage. Discover these expert tips to maintain the pristine beauty of your cherished pieces.

Available at Forsythe Jewelers
Available at Forsythe Jewelers

“Keep your treasured jewelry clean with routine cleaning at home using professional jewelry care products from your professional jeweler. For best results, we recommend using a specialized liquid cleaning formulation and a professional polishing cloth. Cleaning jewelry is really a two-step process of cleaning and polishing, so get the tools you need.”  – Forsythe Jewelers

Available at Heritage Fine Jewelry & Gifts
Available at Heritage Fine Jewelry & Gifts

“Cleaning fine jewelry at home is pretty simple. A store-bought jewelry cleaner or a solution of ammonia, warm water and a dash of dish soap also works great. An ultrasonic and steam machine at a jewelry store always will work best and be the most thorough, though.”  – Heritage Fine Jewelry & Gifts

Available at Gemma Gemstone Jewelry & Accessories
Available at Gemma Gemstone Jewelry & Accessories

“On most gemstones, especially soft ones such as opals and pearls, never use a liquid cleaner. It can remove the finish or destroy the stone completely. I recommend using a silver cleaning cloth.” – Gemma Gemstone Jewelry & Accessories

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