With timeless, thoughtful touches and an elegant Pink Palace wedding reception, Natalie and Clay Hefferman left a lasting impression on wedding guests.
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.
Today, we’re reflecting on 10 quotes from previous StyleBlueprint FACES, each a woman of color. These quotes seem especially poignant today.
Liz called her best friend Lindsey one day to complain about her frustration shopping for custom towels. A few years later, they left their high-profile jobs to start a company that’s revitalizing the custom linen world. Meet the founders of Weezie Towels!
Oh, apostrophes. These tiny little squiggles can prove tricky, but StyleBlueprint’s Grammar Girl is here to help. Watch (and read) this week’s lesson to find out the correct way to use them.
When he learned his time was running out, 18-year-old Chase Smith, who has Ewing sarcoma, decided to ask his girlfriend to marry him. Here is their touching love story.
Drugstore makeup can be just as good — if not better — than the most luxury brands. Here are nine tried-and-true makeup dupes that can save you nearly $300!
Artist Brian Nash passed away this week. His life was immense, and his talent unmatched. Here is a tribute to the wonderful person he was. Image: Brian Nash
Read our StyleBlueprint founder’s letter to her daughter, which shines a light on the strength and resilience of the 2020 graduating class and also provides inspiration for our future.
Cowboy the Dog had a very challenging start to his life — and now he’s teaching thousands of people some valuable lessons of hope and perseverance. Grab the Kleenex …
As our cities start to tentatively open up, there are still many things we can’t do. But the ability to hug each other is perhaps the thing that many of us miss the most.