Charleston was just a delightful city! Thanks to many of you and generous locals with a collective love for places like Sugar Bakeshop and Black Tap Coffee, my girlfriends and I had a laundry list of spots to check out. I personally was so impressed with Charleston's food culture - clean and refreshing while remaining distinctly Southern.
1. A glowing peak on the corner of King and Fulton Streets | 2. Picked up raw honey goods from Savannah Bee Company | 3. An intimate French dinner with the Sideshow Press team at Chez Nous | 4. Purchased Happy Socks for the King at Indigo & Cotton | 5. The prettiest restaurant front on Fulton Street | 6 & 7. Sugar Bakeshop for lemon curd cupcakes | 8. A very Paris in Charleston moment at Chez Nous (#pariseverywhere) | 9. Cruising in a Ford Mustang convertible was all kinds of awesome | 10. Touring the Sideshow Press offices | 11 & 12. Coffee date at Black Tap Coffee with Charleston's sweetheart Chassity Evans of Look Linger Love | 13 & 14. More shots of Indigo & Cotton | 15. Savannah Bee Company | 16. The coolest library, equipped with intense librarians and classic card catalogues at Charleston Library Society | 17. Peering from Billy Reid at The Preservation Society on King Street
Other places not pictured: Baguettes at Brown's Court Bakery, great brands at Hampden and Worthwhile, and cocktails and swing dancing at Prohibition.