Streetstyle at Second Annual Good Business Summit

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Lowcountry Local First had their second annual Good Business Summit this past week and I was honored to attend as both a local business owner and streetstyle professional. The conference took place at the Charleston Museum and offered a star-studded lineup of successful local business professionals including restaurateur Karalee Neilsen Fallert, Adam Fetsch of Rewined, Katherine McDonald of Lula Kate, and Carrie Morey of Callie’s Biscuits.  Topics such as popup shops, incubation, collaboration across industries, and brand placement were discussed. 

 

Leigh Magar (not suprisingly, since she was nominated as one of Charleston's most stylish people) gets our style award with her fresh quirky approach to dressing for late summer with a recipe of primarily DIY; appropriate for the event.

 

Dress: Madam Magar (her own design) ‘Mamie’ style, hand dyed with marigolds
Bracelets: Madam Magar (her own design) created from indigo dyed scraps
Earrings: Marian at Read Brothers on King Street
Rings: Mask and leaf rings by Constantine Ramantatine of New Orleans , others family heirlooms (grandmother)
Shoes: Chie Mihara
Socks: Antipast

 

 

Carrie Montgomery

New business owner: self-serve dog wash
(Also, she is a former showcase showdown winner of the Price Is Right!)
We spotted her mid-1990s silk floral Betsey Johnson frock a mile away.
Jewelry: Love bracelet from Haute Hanger, others from the Charleston City Market

 

Stanfield Gray

DigSouth Founder
Shoes: Clarks (we thought they were Johnson & Murphy) Stan loves the treads and we think these shoes are badass and wish they came in black for ladies.
Shirt: Banana Republic
Jeans: Levis
Shades: Von Zipper
Belt: Brighton, model: Honest

 

 


Sara Sternz

Christophe Chocolatier
Top: Gap
Skirt: H&M
Watch: Swiss Army
Bracelet: David Yurman
Rings: Meteorite and other gifted silver rings
Shoes: Tory Burch

 

 


Ben McIntosh
Jericho Advisors
Trousers: Banana Republic
Shirt: Polo
Jacket: Polo
Shoes: Bass
Belt: Brooks Brothers