Pickle Jewelry?

by Libbie Summers
Assisted by David Dempsey

Tiny Pickle Charm Bracelet 
I LOVE the fun little food charms made by Jillicious Charms and had to have the pickle jar…had to. The charm arrived on a chain for a necklace, but I felt it needed to be a bracelet.  So, I deconstructed it, hooked it onto some pink wire, and quickly wrapped it around a gold bangle. Boom. Pickle Bracelet!?

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2 Valentine’s Day Coats to Impress or Make ‘Em Jealous

By Libbie Summers
Assisted by David Dempsey

February really is just about the only month of the year that warrants a heavier outer layer when stepping outside in Savannah. So, the layer better be something special. 

Here are two of my favorite coats of the season. One is super girly and one is…well, to die for! Which is your favorite?
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Cotton Candy Dream

makes: one candy coated dream party look
Ingredients:
Pink Faux Fur Coat from Chicwish
Vintage Pink Gloves from Habersham Antiques Market
White cable knit hat with fur pom pom from BusyDOLL
Pink and White Striped Shirt from J. Crew
Pink Swan Cloud Maxi Skirt from Chicwish
Tassel a gift from Morocco from my friend Shannon…it’s meant to be a curtain tieback I guess.
Dog: The Bitch

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Tomboy Pink 
(a pink fur lined parka you’ll never want to take off)

Ingredients:
Army Green Parka with Pink Fur Lining from MR & MRS Itlay
Bracelet Kate Spade (past season)
Watch Daniel Wellington

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Holiday Party Fashion

By Libbie Summers
Assisted by David Dempsey and Candace Brower
Photography by Cedric Smith, Anna Heritage and Teresa Earnest

It’s no secret, I like taking it a bit over the top for a holiday party…but still have a comfort vibe. If I’m wearing a long skirt, I’ll be rockin’ a pair of cowboy boots under to dance the night away. Or, if it’s a fancy glitter pant, I’ll probably add a simple comfortable sweater or top. It’s not just a high/low thing, it’s more of a fancy/comfortable thing for me. I want to sparkle on entry and shine all night long!

Here are a few of my favorite holiday looks! 
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Food-Inspired Fashion: Walnuts

By Libbie Summers
Assisted by David Dempsey
Photography by Teresa Earnest

I wore this look on my way to vote early and I can’t wait to wear it again  – just to remind myself what a privilege it was to vote for the first women on a United States presidential ballot.

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The Early Voter
yields 1 educated voter look

What you need: 
1 silk heart blouse from Equipment 
1 pair navy plaid high waisted trousers from Tara Jarmon
1 canvas bag from Treason Toting Company
1 vintage navy coat (picked up at a shop in Annapolis, MD)
1 cotton striped beanie
1 pair navy suede shoes from Johnston Murphy
1 pair gold mirrored shades from Prada
1 adorable vizsla (optional)

What to do:
1. tuck blouse into trousers
2. sling on navy coat
3. pull down beanie, place shades on
4. fetch woman’s best friend (extra treats suggested!) and a great tote
5. head out to vote!

Food-inspired Fashion: Cauliflower

By Libbie Summers
Assisted by David Dempsey
Photography by Teresa Earnest

Can cauliflower really inspire a look? Here’s living proof that you can take a vegetable and turn it into a a look for a fall afternoon (No need to carry a bowl of cauliflower). 

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Lavender Cauliflower
yields 1 super chic fall look

What you need: 
1 jumper from BillyReid
1 gingham shirt from J.Crew
1 pair fringe loafers from BillyReid
1 lasercut leather cuff from Satchel

What to do:
1. wear shirt under jumper
2. snap on leather cuff
3. grab a bowl of beautiful cauliflower (I added freshly picked cotton)
4. slip on some loafers