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Style: Enter the neutral zone

Incorporating European inspiration into these transitional seasonal outfits, LOCAL Life stylist Roxanne Gilleland created and showed off high-end, sophisticated and clean looks. Lots of neutrals, especially light-colored pants, will be everywhere this season on both men and women. A special thanks to J. Banks Design Group and Camellia Art Gallery for allowing LOCAL Life use of their incredibly inspiring spaces.

Available at Outside Hilton Head 

Available at The Back Door + Southern Tide (his)

Available at Island Child

Available at Cocoon + Knickers (his)

Available at Palmettoes

Available at SHOP!


Available at Spartina 449 + John Bayley Clothier (his)



Local connection: Grew up in Hilton Head, attended Hilton Head High School, currently a student at USCB studying film production and working at the golf course at Palmetto Dunes.

Hobbies: Cycling (sister works at CycleBar), dabbles in photography — scenery and people, and playing golf

Fun fact: Has ziplined through the rainforest in Puerto Rico.

Favorite locally crafted item: Flirtini cocktail at Frankie Bones.

Favorite fall activity in the Lowcountry: The pumpkin
patch in Ridgeland.


Local connection: Grew up here, daughter of LOCAL Life photographer Lisa Staff, attended Hilton Head High School, works at The Sandbar in Coligny.

Hobbies: Hanging out with friends, going to new places like restaurants and cities, going to the beach and hiking in the mountains in North Carolina and Tennessee.

Fun fact: She was born in Kitchener, Ontario, and is a dual citizen of the U.S. and Canada.

Favorite locally crafted item: Beachy braided bracelets from Black Market Minerals in Coligny Plaza.

Favorite fall activity in the Lowcountry: Lying on a hammock outside.


Local connection: Grew up here, attended Heritage Academy, recently graduated from the U.S. Army Infantry School in Fort Benning, Georgia.

Hobbies: Fishing, hunting for deer, ducks, dove and quail, and paddle boarding.

Fun fact: Graduated from high school early and celebrated his 18th birthday at Fort Benning.

Favorite locally crafted item: Shakes and teas from Island Nutrition.

Favorite fall activity in the Lowcountry: Paddle boarding, and driving around and listening to music.


Local connection: Junior kindergarten at Hilton Head Prep, son of Erin Erenberg, attorney at Belzer Law Firm and owner of Totum Women, and Victor Erenberg, veterinarian and owner of Island Holistic Veterinary Center.

Hobbies: Loves swimming, coloring and playing with his puppy.

Fun fact: His dad just opened an animal hospital in the Village at Wexford.

Favorite fall activity in the Lowcountry: Making cupcakes and taking them to the firefighters in Shipyard and loves to “make cakes in a bucket on the beach.”



STYLIST Roxanne Gilleland 

MAKEUP + HAIR Samantha Curran, Makeup Madame 

LOCATION J. Banks Design Group + Camellia Art Gallery