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Holiday Gift Party with the Girls!


To me, the holidays are best spent with the ones we love, family AND friends! I love to get together with my girlfriends and share in the spirit of love, laughter, & giving during the holiday season! This year I had the pleasure of gathering with these beautiful ladies for a gift giving party (& photo shoot!)! From left to right: Effie's Paper, Chasing Cinderella, Southern Meets Chic, The Charleston Weekender, The Charleston Shop Curator, not pictured: Paper Meets Pearl. With a beautiful location and holiday fashion, the good times were endless!

The Fashion.
These beautiful ladies are wearing the beautiful 2016 holiday season fashion by Draper James, by Reese Witherspoon. So festive and perfect for the occasion!

Winston Shift Dress                                           
 

Houston Cape & Plaid Pencil Skirt                             Hampton Wrap Top


Embellished Snowflake Sweater                                Georgia Plaid Cape
 

Jewelry: Gold Creations
Nails: Mylk Bar 



The Location.
 Our location of choice was The Beach Club Charleston in Mount Pleasant, SC. Opening in October 2016, this nautical themed resort has the perfect views of the Charleston Harbor! 



The Table.
Decor Styling: The Charleston Weekender
Champagne: One Hope Wine
Gift Wrap: The Blue Root
Table Cover: Table Vogue




 

Happy Holidays & Merry Christmas!




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