Sustainable staples naturally dyed to create a fashionable wardrobe foundation … Natalie Busby is the name you should know!
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!
Leather. It’s warm, timeless and luxurious. And one woman is leading the charge in the high-end, handmade leather furniture coming out of North Carolina’s booming industry. Get to know this driven executive and hear some of her best furniture advice and stories.
If you’re a fan of “Fixer Upper,” then a visit to the Silo District and Magnolia Market is a must. Here’s what to expect from this fun Texas destination.
Happily Grey, the new home and fashion store from influencer Mary Lawless Lee, opens tomorrow in Nashville and we couldn’t be more excited. Find out more about the store from Mary and get an exclusive sneak peek!
Anna Yeager Brakefield never intended to start a cotton business with her father, but now she can’t imagine life without it. Learn the unexpected story of Red Land Cotton.
On the heels of adding Birmingham to his list of storefront locations, Billy Reid discusses how community and hospitality make the brand more than just clothing.
It’s a story of a passion project that included four different companies, each with a strong mission to support women. And, the final result is a t-shirt we want to wear every day!
When you’re on the hunt for a unique — or antique — item for your home, check out any of these Southern salvage stores, where you’ll find inventory with history.
We love discovering and sharing new Southern companies. Check out these two stand-outs that each offer stylish and decidedly Southern products. Image: Honey + Hank and Regatta Reserve
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