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Style: In bloom

Photos by Lisa Staff

Make a beeline for these floral selections from local stores and boutiques. Floral prints are perfect for spring, perfect for happiness and perfect for celebrating the bees. A special thanks to The Golf Club at Indigo Run for allowing LOCAL Life the use of its gorgeous grounds.

May flowers

The ‘70s have come full circle and it’s time to step up your game. Choose a bold floral print in a sexy backless dress like this one and enjoy everyone’s eyes on you.

Available at Quiet Storm Surf Shop

Come up roses

Florals don’t have to be super casual. Choose a cool blue palette like this one to take floral prints from day to night in this slick evening dress.

Available at The Back Door

Flower power

Bold colors and bold prints go hand in hand. Make a statement while keeping it chic in this simple off-shoulder silhouette.

Available at Cocoon

Gild the lily

Men can enjoy flowers, too. Try bold pants with a floral polo for a cool, Miami Vice vibe.

Available at Knickers

Peony for your thoughts

For a casual-cool floral look, pick a classic silhouette and some mod accessories.

Available at Outside Hilton Head

Thistle while you work

Rompers are all the rage and you can see why with this floral beauty. A more muted color palette is perfect for
this youthful cut.

Available at Spartina 449

Fresh as a daisy

Little girls and flowers are a classic combination as old as time. Pair a classic dress and sandals with this daisy print and you’ve got a recipe for smiles.

Available at Island Child

Branch out

Not all florals are created equal. Try a leaf print in blue to nonchalantly drop those floral vibes into your wardrobe. And did you know that paisley actually pairs perfectly with the beach? You’re welcome.

Available at John Bayley Clothier (his) and Palmettoes (her)

Petal to the metal

Florals can be sporty too. Make a statement with a bold printed top. Pair it with a solid skirt with pop of stripes for an extra pop of interest.

Available at Southern Tide


Debbie McNamara

Local since: 2017

Hobbies: Walking the dog, entertaining and eating out.

Reason for moving to Indigo Run: We loved the size of the community. We loved the fact that there were no short-term rentals – we wanted to have the same neighbors all the time.

Favorite outdoor activity: Walking on the beaches of Hilton Head, which we loved when we came here on vacation.

Favorite flower and why: Tulip. I just like the way they look when they bloom. I think they’re very bright and colorful.

Jim McNamara

Local since: 2017

Hobbies: Landscaping, building things and heavy masonry projects.

Reason for moving to Indigo Run: You know your neighbors. And that relationship fosters in the club here.

Favorite outdoor activity: Golf. Every Saturday morning.

Favorite flower: A rose. It’s traditional and I like the way that roses look.

Aleksi Saxton

Local since: I was born on Hilton Head.

Hobbies: Gymnastics

Favorite thing to do on Hilton Head Island: Play on the Harbour Town playground.

Favorite flower: Violets because they are purple.


Photography: Lisa Staff

Fashion editor: Bailey Gilliam

Makeup + Hair: Courtney Marine

Location: The Golf Club at Indigo Run