48 Hours in Charleston

Happy almost-Friday, friends! I’m home from a whirlwind two days in Charleston with my friends at Social Threads! They are one of my favorite online small shops, and it was such a joy to finally meet them in person…and to experience Charleston for the first time!

I know we barely scratched the surface on this gorgeous city, but we sure packed in a lot of fun! I was there to celebrate their new Collection, and I had a ball twirling through the historic streets in their darling new styles!

They launched last night and are sure to sell out quickly, so I wanted to be sure my blog friends saw them, too! Here’s a few snaps of our days, along with some of their cute new styles, all perfect for your Spring and Summer fun!

And code SUGARPLUM10 will save you 10% off site wide! Including shoes, bags and jewelry!

Floral Dress (XS) | Necklace | Woven Bag | Sunglasses

The highlight was meeting new friends, some I’ve known online for years! Everyone was absolutely so kind and lovely! Be sure to check out this cute video to see all the girls!

Spring Dresses

Striped T-Shirt Dress (Small) | Bucket Bag | Toggle Coin Necklace | Sunglasses

Sports Bra (Small) | Buttery Leggings (Small) | Tank (Small) | Quilted Bag

Summer Sweater (Small) | Gauzy Pants (Small) | Sandals | Bucket Hat | Toggle Coin Necklace

Cotton Sets

Bow Back Dress (Small, but don’t size up) | Block Heels

Flutter Sleeve Top (XS) | Puff Sleeve Top | (Jeans launching Friday!) | Bucket Bag | Toggle Coin Necklace

Sweatshirt | Sweat Shorts (I’m wearing an XS in both, but would prefer Small)

Beach Sweater (Small) | Cotton-Linen Pants (Small) | Block Heels | Bucket Bag | Toggle Coin Necklace | Sunglasses

Floral Dress (XS) | Happy Hour Sweater (Small) | Toggle Coin Necklace | Sunglasses

Spring Dresses

Lobster Cardigan | Lobster Pullover | Flag Cardigan

Striped T-Shirt Dress (Small) | Toggle Coin Necklace | Sandals | Bucket Hat

Charleston was every bit as charming as I’ve heard, with colorful homes and overflowing window boxes at every corner.

Highlights included a sunset sail on a beautiful catamaran and morning yoga with Grayce Yoga. We stayed in a charming Airbnb, but Hotel Bennett looked to be the fave hot spot directly on King Street (and endless row of charming shops and cafes).

Speaking of Hotel Bennett, we adored drinks in their pink champagne bar, followed by rooftop snacks at The Citrus Club at the Dewberry and dinner at Frankie and the Fox. Millers All Day is a must for brunch, and I’m still thinking about the Brussel sprouts and cheeseburger from Prohibition!

Have you been to Charleston?! 48 hours wasn’t near long enough, but it was enough to make me realize we need to go back! Be sure to shop these fun styles because they’re sure to sell out quickly… and don’t forget, code SUGARPLUM10 saves you 10% on everything!

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  1. Beth Caraway wrote:

    Would love to know what Airbnb you stayed in! 10 of us are going to Charleston in November!!

    Posted 4.18.24 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      Such a fun girls trip!! The house is actually two side-by-side, but felt very connected, and the main area of one was big enough for all of us to hang together (but so nice to have our own bedrooms!). The location is amazing, too! https://www.vrbo.com/1411421?dateless=true

      Posted 4.18.24 Reply
      • Beth Caraway wrote:

        Thank you! This looks perfect!

        Posted 4.20.24 Reply
  2. Mary S wrote:

    Any chance you could recommend the sunset cruise company? I’ll be in Charleston on May 1st!

    Posted 4.18.24 Reply
    • Cassie wrote:

      Hi Mary! The Social Threads team booked Charleston Sailing Adventures, and they were great!!

      Posted 4.22.24 Reply