Rules every Southern young lady should know, love, and live by.
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My cousin is graduating from high school and idk what to get her. I'm not from the south and have no idea what she would want.Anonymous
I have been waiting to answer this question for a few days because I knew this would be a much better answer than I would be able to give!
If life were fair there would be no calories in Krispy Kreme, high heels wouldn’t cause blisters and the Lilly Pulitzer sale would never run out of dresses in my size.
But life is not fair. The sooner you accept this fact and move on, the less it will bother you.
It can only get better from here… hopefully.
Dear all people, everywhere-
Pick your feet up when you walk.
The rest of us
I am a devoted follower of your blog and am SO HAPPY about modern magnolias!! cheers to yall! <3Anonymous
This is fabulous to hear! Thanks so much :)
Hi! I have followed you on Twitter for a while and I have a question regarding an outfit. I recently moved to a new town and have a very limited amount of friends because of said move. I am going out to dinner with a few boys, one of which I am friends with already, and then out to a Western themed bar. I am conflicted about what to wear because I normally wear "going out" outfits for bars (I am from CHS) and am not sure how to dress for a Western bar without looking like a cowgirl. Please help!Anonymous
I’d probably wear a comfortable, casual look. It’s definitely going to be a different atmosphere than in CHS… If you have cowboy boots, go for those! But don’t get too caught up in the theme. Wear something that you feel confident in and have a great time!!
All my life, I have been surrounded by women whose carefully maintained exteriors beautifully camouflaged a fiery determination and indefatigable spirit. There are those who would call these women the heart of all things Southern. But they are much more than that— these women are the magnolia-scented breath which sustains the life of the South.“What Southern Women Know (That Every Woman Should)” by Ronda Rich