When someone has a passion, it shows. And for Ted Dennard, his love of bees and bee keeping inspired Savannah Bee Company, which prepares to open its newest location later this month. Image: Teresa Earnest
Southern Store Highlights
Southern shops, brands and boutiques are one of the reasons people love the South so much. Great customer service, friendly advice and an abundance of options. We showcase some of our favorite boutiques, shopping areas and businesses from around the South as well as brands that you need to know about!
Southern brands are some of the most well-loved, high-quality lines around. Today we’re excited to put the spotlight on 15 of them and share why we love them so much!
From haberdasher and mixologist to successful businessman, Bruce Julian wears many hats, and he wears them well. Today, he tells us the fascinating story behind his eclectic store and his famous Bloody Marys.
Charleston-based Candlefish recently opened a second location in Atlanta’s Ponce City Market. Learn the story behind this magical Southern company.
We’re really excited about these four pieces from Cindi Earl, starting at just $99. Find out why, here!
We believe in “grit” so much that we made a hat celebrating this characteristic!
We think you’re going to fall for the Ceri Hoover handbag and shoe collection just as hard as we did! Take a look and get to know Ceri a little better today, too, in our one-on-one interview!
A prime example of what happens when we get really excited about something … we figure out how you can experience it, too! This coffee collection is a showcase of premium Southern coffee brands, just in time for the holidays!
With creativity, spirituality and a love of her flock, shepherd and fashion designer Frances Dean Kansteiner creates luxury American wool garments beginning at Gum Tree Farm.
Historically, Johnston & Murphy has been known as a men’s footwear brand. In recent years, they have expanded to offer women’s apparel and shoes — and they LOVE their core wardrobe solutions.
With little more than a month left of MLB baseball season, we sit down with Mitchell Bat Company founder Jeremy Mitchell, who is taking a piece of classic American sporting equipment and giving it a stylish new look.
We took a tour of Little Seed Farm, a Tennessee goat farm, to meet the goats, learn the soap making process and chat with the brains behind the business!