bevello is one of those stores where you walk in and your a little overwhelmed with the massive selection of cute clothes and accessories. That’s ok because this is a challenge I happily welcome because having too many options is never a bad thing. Not only do they have a great variety of party dresses perfect for the season, they also have cozy clothes you want to live in as well as great gift ideas. I’m sharing some of my favorite items starting at $8.50, and nothing is over $120! If your looking for Black Friday deals then swing by their downtown Charleston store at 285 King Street and take advantage of 25% OFF the entire store (full-price + sale).
Want to shop these looks and gifts from home? I linked all of the items directly to bevello’s online shop – Flossy Ruffle Sweater $98 by French Connection, Velvet Crop Flare $88 by Free People, Pom Beanie $42 by JVH, Elisa Necklace/ Rosegold Crystal $60 by Kendra Scott from bevello // Aurella $48.99 from Aldo
Easy stocking stuffers for any girl at any age – Sugarfina Large Candy Cubes $20, Sugarfina Candy Cubes $8.50, Insta Famous Book $12.99, Capture Your Style Book $19.95, Small Abstract Blush Candle $25 by DL + Co. available at bevello
bevello teamed up with Project Social T to donate a portion of their sales to Huntington Beach Youth Shelter who provides shelters, meals, counseling, tutoring and life skill development to kids in crisis. This t-shirt comes as a bundle with a creme t-shirt as well and it’s the softest cotton you’ll ever wear because it feels broken in. Gift the gift that gives back!
Wear Ever Tee Bundle $76 by Project Social T and sunglasses by Wild Fox $119
This post was created in partnership with bevello.
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Every girl has that basic go to core piece in their closet that transforms depending on the mood or occasion. Tonight I’m highlighting the Diana (cocktail) skirt by local brand Senza Tempo. Designer Kristen Faranakis has a penchant for timeless clothing that’s inspired from the past. This skirt in particular is inspired by Diana Vreeland, the iconic editor of Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue from the 1930’s – 1970’s who helped shape the culture of fashion in the modern world.
Diana Vreeland was never afraid of color (she pursued the perfect red) or accessories. That’s why I chose statement jewelry to transform my outfits to go from day to night. These bold silver accessories from Gold Creations piled on this turtleneck sweater is a daytime look, but can easily transition to a date night or girls night out.
A crisp white shirt is a no-brainer with this skirt. I especially love the tux twist like this one from Shirtini. Paired with these tiered tassel earrings from Hart, you’ll be holiday ready in a second.
If your obsessing over this Diana cocktail skirt then this is the time to scoop one up because it’s on sale for $407, along with select styles on their site through Christmas. It’s investment pieces like these that you’ll have in your closet forever. All of the garments are made in L.A. and are lined with silk habatoi, giving you that luxe feeling every time you slip one on. If your looking for more ways to wear the skirt there’s plenty of ideas on Senza Tempo. As Diana Vreeland said “Give ‘em what they never knew they wanted.”
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You can’t deny the star trend that’s been happening right now. From prints to jewelry, it’s everywhere. Maybe the recent solar eclipse has made anything within our solar system hot. This cute little off the shoulder dress from House of Sage is one of my favorites in the store right now and it’s only $52!
The celestial theme continues with jewelry by EF Collection from Croghans Jewel Box. I love layering the dainty collection of diamond jewelry. Check out the jewels at their trunk show with Jude Frances this Thursday from 5:30 – 7:30pm at Croghans Jewel Box, 308 King Street. Cocktails “shaken” by Teddy Nixon from Bar Mash will be served from silver julep cups from Salisbury pewter. Take home the recipes for these festive cocktails and the julep cups will be 20% off 11/16 and 11/17 and engraving will be free!
Dress by Cotton Candy L.A. $52 and sunglasses from House of Sage // 14k white sapphire diamond starburst drop earrings $2,375, 14k diamond white sapphire moon ring $925, 14k diamond chain link ring $995, 14k diamond lightening bolt stack ring $295, 14k diamond white topaz stack ring $250, 14k diamond mini star stack ring $295, 14k diamond 5 bar necklace $695 from Croghans Jewel Box // Over the knee boots by Corso Como $169.97 from Nordstrom Rack
Photography by Pale Girl Photo
Serving up some retro style from Dandy Boutique is what I love to do, especially when it’s paired with this 1970 convertible Mercedes from Dream Classics Rentals. I love mix of fun merchandise at this Upper King boutique and everything is so reasonably priced. I can’t wait to see what’s in store for Christmas!
If you love jewelry like I do then you don’t want to miss out on the “Shake it up” trunk show at Croghans Jewel Box featuring Jude Frances & EF Collection next Thursday, November 16th from 5:30 – 7:30pm. Cocktails “shaken” by Teddy Nixon from Bar Mash will be served from silver julep cups from Salisbury pewter. Take home the recipes for these festive cocktails and the julep cups will be 20% off 11/16 and 11/17 and engraving will be free!
Dress by Sugarhill Boutique $65, beret $18, sunglasses $18 from Dandy Boutique // 18k diamond brushed bezel cigar band $1,740, 18k diamond malese beaded white topaz $2,590, 18k turquoise moroccan ring $2,080, 18k labradorite black onyx diamond moroccan marrakesh ring $2,080, 18k diamond lisse simple bangle $3,200, 18k diamond provence quad bracelet $2,690, 18k diamond brushed lisse bangle $3,260 from Croghans Jewel Box // booties from Tres Carmen
Frida Kahlo has been a long time muse to fashion lovers like me. From the floral crowns, braided updos, bold patterns, layers, and those eyebrows. Her look is undeniably one of a kind and has inspired many. I was lucky enough to see her work in person at the Salvador Dali museum in St. Petersburg, FL. Frida is one of my favorite artists because of the beauty and depth of her art. She translated her personal struggles into vibrant self portraits that typically incorporated nature and animals.
Although Halloween might be once a year, this style can easily be incorporated into an everyday look. It all starts with the floral headpiece, and I’m lucky enough to have some talented friends. Lori DeNicola of Petaloso, designs the most gorgeous floral arrangements. No project is too big or small for this lady – from small bouquets to massive floral walls for Trunk Club to weddings, she does it all.
Layering up the jewelry is the next step. I’m lucky I get to play with the jewels at Gold Creations. This family owned local store in the Market always stock the best cocktail rings and their gates collection ranges from necklaces to these earrings and rings.
Floral Jumpsuit by Alythea $48 from Bashful // Floral crown by Petaloso // Gates hoop earrings, gold bangle bracelets $180 – $500 each, 14kt CHS bead swirl gate $850, 18kt ring with white topaz, lapis, and diamonds $2,500, 14kt ring with peach moonstone and diamonds $1,700, 14kt ring with opals $975 from Gold Creations
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Stars in the Sand is the dreamy jewelry online boutique you need to know about. Based right here in Charleston, Lin Isler (of Shirtini fame), has the keenest eye when it comes to curating a store – whether it’s physical or virtual. The serene site features both delicate and statement jewelry from brands like Theia, Frolick, Kozakh, and Gypsy. Offering a wide variety of styles and prices, you can find anything from $18 to just under $300. My favorite? Anything rose gold of course.
SEEING STARS ROSE GOLD RING $101 from Stars in the Sand // OVAL ROSE GOLD GODDESS RING $133 from Stars in the Sand // ANGEL WING ROSE GOLD EAR CRAWLER $92 from Stars in the Sand // MOON DROP NECKLACE $78 from Stars in the Sand
I’m obsessed with these Angel Wing Rose Gold Ear Crawler earrings. You can double them up on one ear like I did or wear one in each ear.
GOLDEN D EARRINGS $55 from Stars in the Sand // CONSTELLATION NECKLACE $53 from Stars in the Sand // MOON CHARM NECKLACE $33 from Stars in the Sand // CRESCENT MOON RING $37.00 from Stars in the Sand // WISHING STAR RING $37 from Stars in the Sand // GOLD C BRACELET $65 Stars in the Sand // FALLING STAR GOLD BRACELET $65 from Stars in the Sand
Stars in the Sand is coining the catchphrase “Jewelry and accessories for the the modern mermaid” and these dreamy, mystical pieces reflect just that. The jewelry is meant to be layered like this Constellation Necklace and Moon Charm Necklace. My birthday is in a couple of weeks and I always feel connected with my Scorpio sign during this time. These Constellation Necklaces are perfect for birthday gifts for that special someone.
Christmas is coming early because Stars in the Sand is the latest in my giveaways that I’m featuring this month. We’re teaming up to giveaway this Falling Star Gold Bracelet on my Instagram. Follow along for all of the details to enter to win!
If you like any of the jewelry here I linked all of the styles directly to the site. I encourage you to explore more, because that’s what mermaids do.
SHINING STAR DOUBLE DROP EARRINGS $179 from Stars in the Sand // ELONGATED WHITE GOLD GODDESS RING $156 from Stars in the Sand //OVAL WHITE GOLD GODDESS RING $133 from Stars in the Sand // LAYERED RUFFLE SLEEVE STRIPE SHIRT $305 from Shirtini
Photography by Pale Girl Photo
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Kiawah seems to be the last frontier in the Charleston area to have a fitness studio. But now there’s no excuse to get in shape with the newly opened Studio 33 in Freshfields Village. Founded by husband and wife team Frank and Liz, they offer everything from pilates, barre, yoga and so much more. Their beautiful modern space is refreshing and when you walk in your immediately sucked into their amazing selection of athleisure. But this isn’t your average work out gear, you can go from studio to street looking put together with their impressive selection. They carry super stylish brands from Lululemon, Onzie, Michi, Spiritual Gangster, and Koral Activewear.
They turned me on to Michi, the brand that makes this snakeskin printed top. From the front to the back, the details are on point. The yoga pants are by Onzie, the brand that dominates the largest styles I’ve seen from prints, fabrics, and fits.
Liz who is also a yoga teacher takes so much pride in her studio and the classes that are being taught there. She already has a loyal tribe of teachers and followers. Normally I like doing yoga core and really pushing myself, but I opted for a gentle yoga class. Kimi, the teacher, made sure we had the most zen experience. That’s why I love yoga – you can go hard, but you can also make it an experience to calm your mind and feel more balanced mentally and physically. The studio has all of the yoga accoutrements in case you forget your mat and they event have blankets that you can snuggle up in for savasana.
Studio 33 also offers so much more than their regular studio classes. You can also get health & nutrition coaching, private yoga & personal training, and you can even book them for a private bachelorette or weekend getaway.
Freshfields Village always does a great job incorporating their stores like Studio 33 by hosting a group yoga session on the lawn. This month their gearing up for a line up of more fun events for the whole family to enjoy. The weekend kicks off with a special edition of Music on the Green tonight from 6-9 pm. Then on Saturday there’ll be more music while the Farmer’s Market will be in full swing and a pop up art show from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. There’s always something for the kiddies with the complimentary face painting by Cupcake and Company Children’s Entertainment, specialty balloons with Carol’s Balloon Art, inflatable games from Charleston Fun Factory, fall crafts and a meet & greet with St. Johns Fire Department.
If your a dog lover then you’ll want to join them for their 11th Annual Dogtoberfest on Saturday, October 28 from 1-5 pm. In addition to craft beer, food, live music, pet costume contest, Blessing of the Dogs, and giveaways, it’s all for a great cause. The food and drink sponsors will be donating to pet rescues and there will be meet-and-greets with local rescue groups.
So make a plan to come out to Kiawah and enjoy the beautiful fall weather outside!
Photography by Libby Williams
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