Hello beautiful people! I love the freakin weekend, but I love the end of it the more. Charleston is the perfect place to experience delicious brunches, rooftop drinks, and scenic strolls. These are a few of my favorite hotspots.
This is by far the most esthetically pleasing restaurant in Downtown Charleston. It’s housed in an old church on N. Market Street with a modern touch. Including, the light fixtures, seating, and the words painted on the vaulted ceilings.
It is a little on the pricey side for those on a tighter budget. You can easily spend $200 on dinner for two. So it’s best to go for lunch on weekdays and/or brunch on Sunday. The menu offers some of the same at a dished at a reduced price. Plus, the carafes of mimosa are $15 on Sunday. Hooray!
This is one of my favorite hot spots mostly for the panoramic view of the city. However, they have delicious food and drinks as well. This a great location to come after brunch for an adult beverage or two. It’s great for a group of friends or couples. I wouldn’t suggest bringing children. It has more of an adult ambiance. It’s moderately priced by Charleston standards. Which would be about an average of $40 per person.
This picturesque palm tree lined park. Is perfect for walking off those shrimp and grits on a Sunday afternoon stroll. The park overlooks the Cooper River and Charleston Harbor. Where there are frequent dolphin sitings. The famous Pineapple Fountain is located in the park as well.
The 3 locations named above are all within blocks of each other. All off of Bay Street in Downtown Charleston.
Hello Beautiful People! I recently did a session with the very talented photographer Nicole Mickle @nmicklephotography. She wanted to collab with a few bloggers for an edgy dark shoot. I immediately thought of leather. Leather soon turned in to latex, because it’s cheaper. I wanted to do something different from those super slutastic sweetheart dresses the Karjenners often wear. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. I found this wine midi dress on Asos.com for around $50.
Hello beautiful people! I couldn’t wait to rock this body con python dress from PrettyLittleThing.com. It is perfect for a night out with your friends or spicing it up on a date with a significant other. While maintaining a sense of modesty. I will day I should’ve gone a size up Pretty Little Thing runs small. Especially, in the case for women with a fuller bust.
Special shout out to my photographer Kelly Pyle @pbkpix. It was a fun shoot.
Hello Beautiful People! Omfg! I was picked to be on the cover of a local Charleston Magazine named Skirt. It’s the September 2018 issue. They had a contest through Instagram for women to write a paragraph about why they loved their body. Four were chosen. Below is the paragraph I wrote
“I adore my lovely lady lumps. This body is a part of what makes me different, special and beautiful. It also inspires how I wear clothes. I love playing with color, prints and silhouettes that align with my voluptuous bohemian style. Dressing is all about the three C’s for me. Being comfortable in what complements keeps me confident. – Tiffany Terry
I’m a girl with curves and I do love myself and my body. In fact, I’m fuckin hot. Its a good feeling everyone, especially women’s publications. Are making a conscious effort to showcase women of all shapes and sizes. We are out there and we are spectacular. Not just skinny.
The shoot was at the Wentworth Mansion. Which is now a cute boutique hotel, but previously belonged to one of the wealthiest families in the south. You can guess how families gained their wealth back in the antebellum south. So it was slightly eerie for me. However, a very beautiful location for a shoot. Every single person I worked with were very professional and had positive energy.
This is the first publication I’ve ever been in, and i’ll be forever grateful. I don’t know if I’ll get an opportunity like this again. So I made the most of it. 😊
Photographed: Nicole Mickle Shot on location at Wentworth Mansion of Charming Inns
Styled: Andrea Serrano Hair: Mac McAbee of Coven Haircraft Makeup: Jonny Sherwood of Colur Studios Stylist intern Kara Wells