Supporting Local and Small Businesses

Today, I’m sharing all of the local and small businesses I’ve shared and posted about this past week on Instagram.  I wore this top on a bike ride over the weekend.  Most days I’ve been staying in workout clothes, so it felt good to shower and wear something else.  You can find this top and lots of really beautiful pieces from Mimi Seabrook, a boutique located in Pawley’s Island.

The girls are wearing swimsuits from Shrimp & Grits Kids.  They’re a local children’s clothing company, located right here in Mount Pleasant.  You can place your order here.  I’m just excited they decided to expand their sizing to go up to an XXL!

Another local company from Jennifer Snowden is called James Ascher that carries women’s contemporary clothing.  That’s where my beautiful coverup is from.  Boys are wearing these rashguard sets.

Coverup // Shell Necklace is by sister duo Jacquelyn and Elizabeth out of Charlotte called Twine and Twig // Snaffle Bit Bracelets are by local designer and friend Eliza Limehouse (take $10 off your order with code: SWEETSOUTHERNPREP)

These personalized straw totes are from local company Mulberry & King.  Order yours here!

Take $10 off these bracelets with code: SWEETSOUTHERNPREP.

It’s no secret I love my bracelets like these.  Eliza just restocked the dinosaurs, but they’re sure to sell out fast!  Take $10 off your order with code: SWEETSOUTHERNPREP.

I’ve loved all of these Holy City Lip glosses for a few years now.  The coolest part is that the color names are all named after places in Charleston.  My favorite color that Ashley carries is Daniel Island.  Take 20% off your order with code: SSP20.

Comfiest, softest pjs ever!  This is one of their new prints called Seaside.  For fit, I always go up a size for a roomier fit.

I’ve always been a huge fan of this swimsuit line.  Love that they coordinate so well together.  Girls’ Rashguard Sets // Boys’ Rashguard Sets

Happy Wednesday, Y’all!

If you’re a parent, hope homeschooling is continuing to go well!

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