GIVEAWAY: $150 to Florsheim Shoes

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Florshiem is one of Brothers and Craft’s absolute favorite shoe brands. They continue to refine their look; and no matter the occasion, they always have great shoes to match. Because of their quality, fair prices, and dedication to style, I plan to keep growing my personal collection of Florshiem’s. I’ve never regretted picking up a pair of their kicks and neither will you! On 4/20, Florshiem will give one of our lucky readers a $150 gift card to their store! To enter, use the widget below ...
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Spring Look #1 – Black Oxfords

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Black is one of those colors that I rarely wear. And to be honest, I try and stay away from. There are definitely some great all black outfits and great wardrobe pieces that are black, but I just don't get around to wearing that color very much...maybe it has something to do with living in the warm climate of the south. All that to say, about a month ago I got these black Florsheim Ninety-Two Oxfords. One of the things that grabbed my attention was the clay-colored sole. As we enter in to the ...
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INTERVIEW – Landrum Tables

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Living in Charleston has opened my eyes to so many skilled craftsman, creatives and hard-working entrepreneurs. One of those individuals includes Capers Cauthen and the team at Landrum Tables, who create some of the finest and most historical tables around. Several months ago I came across some well built tables at the Farmer's Market in Marion Square. The look and style of these tables really interested me, and for some reason I sensed that there was more to them than eye appeal and wood. ...
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Blues and Burgundy

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Winters in the south are mostly mild, which makes layering pretty simple. Below I've paired a burgundy leather jacket with a set of blue colors. I like to add a unique color onto an outfit or color palette that is otherwise pretty common. Makes it a little more interesting. I thrifted this leather jacket a couple years back. I think I paid just a few bucks for it. Great find. Kirk   ...
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