Posted June 19, 2018 14:04:17 When I started blogging in the 1990s, I didn’t realize how much Southern fashion had changed over the years.
The fashion world was still dominated by big-box stores, and the only way to wear it was to get in a dress at one of the many thrift stores around town.
Now, we have thousands of new clothing lines, and I’m not just talking about the cool, bold and tasteful pieces that feature a lot of colors, textures and prints.
I’m talking about everything from casual dresses to a simple, yet fashionable, hoodie.
I’ve seen the style evolve as we’ve come a long way, and it’s always inspiring me to share my own Southern style with you.
But there’s one thing I can’t stop thinking about when it comes to Southern fashion.
I love how they’re always wearing it, and my heart always flutters when I see them.
Southern fashion is a lot more than just the clothes I wear, but also the people I meet in my life.
It’s the people you meet and the way you interact with them, the people in your neighborhood, and most of all, the clothes that they wear.
And that’s why I’m excited to share how I found the Southern fashion that I am now.