Last week I met a dear friend for a girl's getaway. So today, I wanted to show you my trip to Charleston, SC. We booked the cutest Air BnB that many of you asked about when I posted the photos on Instagram. The two-bedroom condo was within walking distance of King Street and sits right above a darling tapas restaurant where we grabbed dinner our first night in town. How convenient was that?
The weather was oh so hot hovering in the low 90s most days but coming in at an even 100 degrees on Tuesday. Yikes! Somehow we not only survived but had a ball while we walked up and down King Street, hit a few antique stores, booked a spa day, took a carriage ride, toured a plantation, hit the outlet mall, and ate some a-ma-zing food.
Today I'm showing you what I wore in Charleston
The outfit is modeled, and as always, I pulled together 2 alternates
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But what to wear when the temps soar and you’re playing tourist on a hot summer day? That’s when an easy breezy dress from J.Crew comes to the rescue. Accessories always add personality to any outfit so I decided a pair of neutral sandals, a wicker handbag with a crossbody strap (similar here and here), and a straw hat were not only cute and comfy but served a purpose.
The culinary scene in Charleston is a force to be reckoned with including restaurants that changed the dining landscape like Husk, High Cotton, The Ordinary, or Fig.
Traditional offerings like fried chicken, fried green tomatoes, and shrimp and grits compete with tapas, terrines, and escargot.
But let’s not forget Charleston has a bevy of fresh seafood. So come hungry and enjoy!
Where I stayed.