Can you tell I’m lovin’ on Snapchat more and more these days?! The photo above and below are from the platform. It’s now my favorite place to share and connect, name: ephilli.
The Southern C Summit I attended down in Charleston with Allie seemed to just zoom by. Before I could even blink we were attending the final events on Friday, and let me just tell ya, they were spectacular! When your day starts with Charleston Power Yoga and Coolibar on the beautiful rooftop of the perfectly pink Mills House, you know it’s going to be a good day.
I couldn’t help but snap the below photo of the beautiful Charleston streets while we were waiting on our Uber (which is a shame to do in in this town because the streets are so beautiful, unless you’re in a hurry that is like we were). This is seriously one of the most gorgeous places on earth you guys and our weather couldn’t have been more perfect. I mean…
After two days of awesome sessions and networking – see Day 1 here and Day 2 here – it was nice to unwind at the Le Creuset Atelier which is just across the bridge from the Charleston most folks know, so it lends a gorgeous view of the marsh and Holy City beyond.
Outfit details: On Allie – Ray-Ban Aviators, David Yurman hoops, top from Anthropologie (sold out, love this chevron option), Moon & Lola XL Monogram Necklace, J Brand coral jeans, on sale, Billie Reid clutch, Gorjana bracelet, Target sandals; On Me – Le Specs sunglasses, Tiffany Elsa Peretti necklace (I never take this off!), ASOS dress (sold out, similar), Stella & Dot clutch, tassel from my Rebecca Minkoff crossbody, Jack Rogers
How do I even begin to explain my love for this brand you guys? Quality cookware still made in France, any color your little heart could desire (right now they even have a pink color called Hibiscus!) and they’re heirloom pieces that you pass down for generations. Love. Love. Love.
It was so cool not only to see the unique pieces around the office, but also how the partners there incorporated the cookware into their stations. As for food, the pork belly and pimento rolls were by far my favorite, although the quail eggs were quite a treat too!
It was really bittersweet to have the Summit come to an end. I learned so much, had experiences this little blog just can’t even begin to capture and most importantly, met people I’ll never forget and look forward to connect with again and again. A huge round of applause to Whitney (pictured below) and Cheri for all their hard work to bring such an amazing event together. It was worth every penny and I couldn’t recommend it higher for those of y’all that have never been!
PS: Don’t know HOW, but this funny photo of me and Allie from Day 2 missed the blog post, but it’s one of my favorites from the event. We were so excited to get our swag bags and had the best time drinking cocktails at Fish and going through all our new goodies :).
Who’s thinking about going next year? And did you see the announcement of when and where the Summit is going to be next round?!