Charleston City Guide

2019-06-07

Opening our Bridal Atelier in Charleston was an exciting moment because of what it represented – the physical embodiment of our passion for bringing effortless style into the everyday and the extraordinary days – but also because of, well, Charleston...

There’s a reason the southern city leaves a magnolia-scented impression on anyone who’s been. The architecture, food, and hospitality are all top-knotch, and the gracious, unhurried way of living is seductive (and unmatched by anywhere else we’ve traveled).

We’ve gotten to know the city and the area surrounding our pop-up (444 King St.) and are positively bursting with recommendations. Come visit us through June, then pick a spot to eat, drink, shop, or sightsee from our list below.  

Eat & Drink

Second State CoffeE —

for our morning cup. It’s become our AM ritual when we’re in Charleston.  70.5 Beaufain St.

The Harbinger —

makes the perfect breakfast on the go. There are plenty of healthy options (including vegan and gluten-free items). 1107 King St.

Little Jack’s Tavern —

is home to the best burger and martini we’ve ever had - and enjoying it at the bar gives you a true feeling for the city’s inimitable flavor. 710 King St.

Babas on Cannon —

for a post-work meeting...over a glass of wine and a snack. 11 Cannon St.

Zero Restaurant + Bar — 

at the Zero George hotel if you’re after a memorable dinner in a very special setting. For drinks only, we love ordering a cocktail from the colonial-era bar and sipping it on one of the house-turned-hotel’s grand porches. 0 George St.

Citrus Club — 

the rooftop bar at The Dewberry, is reservation-only, but the gorgeous views are worth a planned-ahead nightcap. 334 Meeting St.

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Shop

Amanda Lindroth —  

is bursting with breezy interiors inspiration and pieces that will inject a bit of southern sunshine into your home. 455 ½ King St.

Hampden —

always has clothing that catches our eye (ditto for Small, its super tightly edited concept store a few doors down). 314 King St.

Lake Pajamas — 

converted us to true-blue fans after trying their cozy matching PJ sets a few years ago. 153 King St.

Blue Bicycle Books — 

has that magical aura you find in independent book shops. 420 King St.

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See

Gibbes Museum of Art — 

houses an expertly curated - and wide-ranging - collection in a beautiful Beaux Arts building. 135 Meeting St.

South of Broad — 

is the area to wander through when you’re craving a view of the city’s most picturesque streets, grand homes, and gardens. Broad St.

Sullivan’s Island — 

has all the sandy expanse you need when you’re ready for some beach time. Sullivan’s Island

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Say hello at our Atelier at 444 King St.

Photos by Lauren Saur for Margaux

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