Country artist Tiera uses her platform and music to shed light on important matters and movements. Meet our newest FACE of the South! Image: Kam Studios
Southern Everyday Lifestyle
StyleBlueprint is all about women's southern lifestyle, which is plenty more than fashion and interiors (although we do love those!). In the lifestyle section of SB, you'll find all the things that make southern lifestyle richer, the things that sooth our soul and inspire our life including travel, books, music, art and more.
Sweetgrass basket weaving is alive and well in South Carolina. Learn about this centuries-old art form, and then check out four popular locations where you can purchase a basket to take home. Image: Mazie’s via Facebook
Grammar Girl is back to explain the fascinating history of acronyms, share some common ones you will see in texts, social media and work emails, and weigh in with some examples of how they’re used.
If you find yourself putting off important decisions and tasks, here are some reasons why — plus three effective strategies to quit procrastinating.
Is there a difference between quarantine and isolation? What is “close contact”? Should you get retested? We answer all these questions and more with some amazing advice from our expert.
In a world that rewards bubbly personalities and chatty self-confidence, interior designer Rachel Cannon helps introverts through her podcast, consulting business and design tips.
If you are a new or expectant mom, or if you know one, then this is the article for you. Here are the StyleBlueprint team’s top timeless parenting tips. Enjoy!
The start of Gina Hurry’s art career was lonely, but with faith, passion, and a supportive family, she persevered. Today, Gina helps others tell extraordinary stories through her art and cultivates the creative spirit in Birmingham, AL, for the greater good. Image: Sarah York
Stains are a fact of life — from red wine to grass and every sweat and coffee stain in between. We have a trick to remove every common stain, plus some must-read guidelines to keep your garments and carpets safe while you do so.
Four Southern brides, who got married between 1962 and 2018, dish on their love stories and wedding day feelings, and offer their best advice for making a marriage last long beyond the wedding day.