Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2015

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alor Direct ent Fireplace Long Beach Outdoor Furniture • Outdoor Kitchens • Gas Lights • Fireplace Accessories • Gas Logs & Fireplaces Fire Pits • Fire Magic Grills ™ • Big Green Egg Charcoal Grills ™ Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters • Complete Propane Delivery, Service & Installation 233 Hoggard Lane, John's Island, SC 29455 (843) 402-7790 ~ Showroom 137 CS D Robin Howard is a full-time freelance writer in Charleston. See more of her work at 7 GYPSY 320 West Coleman Blvd. Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 843-388-2464 Junk Food, famous for their fun, retro-inspired T-shirts. Other brands include Gypsy, Scandal, Cocoon House, Just USA, Glam, and Lavender Brown. You'll also fnd DL 1961 jeans, a line whose body-hugging stretch holds its shape, as well as the lower- priced Just Black line of jeans, also popular for their ft. Outside of 7 Gypsy, a sign reads: "I'd give up shopping but I'm not a quitter." Some- how that sentiment so perfectly sums up Berrard and her latest business venture. 2 SARAH BERRARD'S FASHION TIPS • Experiment with different cuts and styles. You might discover a fattering new look. • Decide what you want to stand out—a bold pattern, a unique material or a chunky necklace— and work from there. • Know what inspires you. Are you feeling gypsy chic? glam? rocker? Name your muse! • Don't forget the basics. Neutral colors and classic cuts make statement pieces stand out. • Don't over-accessorize. Choose either a bold necklace or a large bracelet cuff. Or pick a feathered wool hat and forget the print scarf. • Show some skin. Accentuate your collarbone with a scoop neck or show off your shoul- ders in a cut-out sweater. Rule of thumb: expose skin on the top or the bottom, not both. • Confdence is the best acces- sory! Avoid bell bottom pants if you don't feel good in them. Instead, wear a style that draws attention to a part of your body you feel good about.

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