Stella & Dot is an incredible collection from an even more incredible company. We all know and love them, but now, the fall collections are hot on our heels. We want to give you the opportunity to shop the summer collection (and a little bit of fall exclusively with Style Syllabus) … for … drum roll … 40% off. Yeah, we love you that much.

Shop here with Crissy Rowell, one of our favorite Stella & Dot reps. This lady knows her jewels, and she’s sharing this little extra tid bit with Style Syllabus readers:  Every person who shops via that link will receive an entry to win the hostess rewards! Discounted jewelry and free jewelry from the new design team with members like Lizzie Fortunato and Maya Brenner. 

Start shopping, ladies! Click here. Sale ends August 1!

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A Day in the Life of … Suzanne Allen

By Suzanne Allen

Decorative Artist, focusing on interiors

 

Breakfast: glass of chocolate almond milk

Lunch: yogurt, fruit, local honey and wheat germ

Dinner: homemade ratatouille with local veggies, local sausages from Burbages, and local lettuces

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Bachelorette Emily Maynard: Top 3 Trendy Moments

By Style Syllabus Staff

Bachelorette Emily Maynard is a real-life trend setter. Here are the top 3 reasons why:

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Lindsay Fleege is a staple in the Charleston Social Scene. As the Retail and Events Manager at Cynthia Rowley, Lindsay has carved a name for herself here in Charleston, South Carolina. Always effortlessly stylish and bubbly, Style Syllabus could not resist chronicling her 5 looks in 5 days.

Check it out:

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Taking the Dirty Out of Pole Dancing

By Alexandra Giannetto

Photographs by Alexandra Giannetto

Elizabeth and fellow studio owner Michelle Gafford demonstrate aspects of a fitness routine.

Elizabeth Pike lived an active lifestyle as a child participating in numerous dance classes and sports activities that were both entertaining and healthy. As she got older she found that she was bored with her typical gym routine and was tired of being another number scanned into a large gym’s computer. 

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Last Week’s Top 7

By Style Syllabus Staff

Last week was full of unique and interesting people, places and ideas. Combining all of those elements creates a week of stylish stories. Let’s review, shall we?

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Mercy, Mercy Me

By Anna West

Feeling like a champ this morning?  Well, allow us to let you in on a little secret that will help you bypass the Sunday-morning wine headache and actually enjoy your precious day off.

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Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ

By Alexandra Giannetto

Photographs by Alexandra Giannetto

This sign has become something of a modern-day legend in the South Carolina Lowcountry:  A land where bar be cue is religion.

Owner and founder of Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ, Aaron Siegel, did not intend on becoming a barbeque restaurant owner. In fact, the well trained chef studied at the University of Georgia and then went on to train at the Culinary Institute of America where he specialized in high end cuisine. He then became a chef at Pinions in Aspen, Colorado and later a French bistro called Cache Cache, all the while Aaron would dabble in barbequing at home and with friends. During his time at Pinions, Aaron also worked at a burrito joint and the idea of quick service imbedded itself in his mind. Missing home yet not wanting to join the rat race that is the Atlanta scene, Aaron opted to come to familiar Charleston and settled in as the executive chef for the restaurant Blossom. 

But, once an addict, always an addict.

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Scene and Herd: PALETTE AND PALATE STROLL

By Alexandra Giannetto

The Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association, CFADA, touted the 7th Annual Palette and Palate event to be a collection of the finest art galleries in Charleston mixed with the finest food, and they did not disappoint. The event began at 5:30 p.m. on Friday the 13th, and lucky for strollers, the sold-out event offered the freedom of choosing your own route for visiting the galleries. This not only cut down on crowds in each gallery it also gave everyone a chance to meet new people and progress through an interesting tasting menu provided by eight different restaurants. Horton Hayes Fine Art was paired with Oak Steakhouse, Corrigan Gallery teamed up with Barsa Tapas, Wells Gallery was fed by Social Wine Bar, The Sylvan Gallery coupled with neighboring Eli’s Table, Smith-Killian Fine Art had McCrady’s provide gourmet givings to their patrons, Helena Fox Fine Art paired with Anson, Ella Richardson Fine Art hosted Blu, and Dog and Horse Fine Art's stroll was catered by Circa 1886. The level of fine food, fine art, and refreshing, unique beverages made the entire event worth so much more than the ticket price.  The stroll between each venue was as beautiful and scenic as the art contained in the gallery. A word to the wise for anyone planning on attending this event next year, buy tickets sooner than later because it sells out every year.

Candace Abel, Leslie Hartley, Betsey Bidwell, Lolly Ihrke and Nancy Marsden make a stylish group while enjoying the art at Horton Hayes Fine Art.

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Friday Giveaway: ESSENCE OF VALI

We love Friday giveaways! Style Syllabus wants to fill your beauty closet with gorgeous fragrances … and handcrafted ones at that!

Essence of Vali is an amazing collection of fragrances made in NYC. From the bath oils, massage oils, eau de parfum, and elixirs, we at Style Syllabus have totally fallen in love with this collection. Read our review here

Now we’re pleased to giveaway a bottle of eau de parfum ($60 value) and their bath and massage oil ($24 value) in their signature fragrance EOV. 

To enter email info@stylesyllabus.us! Be sure to like us on Facebook, Twitter and subscribe for extra entries! You must be 18 to enter! The winner will be announced on Friday, July 27 at 5 p.m. Please include the best way to get in touch with you in your email!

Good luck!