This season, fashion trends are as bright as the Lowcountry sun. Corals and oranges as are the standout hues, setting the tone for 2019’s warm-weather fashion.

Every year designers, clothing brands and retailers work from two color collections from color powerhouse Pantone. There is a collection of 16 colors that the company predicts will be hot for spring and summer and another set of 16 for fall and winter. The company also announces a color of the year — and this year, appropriately, it’s a peachy-pink shade called “Living Coral.”

From color to patterns to neutrals, there really isn’t a wrong way to celebrate spring.


Cooler temperatures bring great looks. 

Spring in the Lowcountry means the RBC Heritage of golf, time at the beach and making memories with friends. Comfort and style are Lowcountry traditions during the most beautiful season of the year.

Great looks for all the holiday parties, galas, concerts, performances and other events in the Lowcountry.


Bluffton’s Promenade district is the closest thing the Lowcountry has to an urban scene. Nightlife, residential living space above restaurants and a walkable scale have made this area popular with Millennials.

The metro feel made this location appealing to Kim Block when she decided to open a boutique in her new hometown. Her shop, Maluka, looks like a clothing store one might find in the downtown of a large city.

Photography by Celia G Photographie // Hair & Makeup by Hilton Head Hair & Makeup, LLC. // Location Oldfield // Models Alina Porcelli // Andrea Gannon // Ashley Smith // Patti Maurer // Mark Piekarski

Photography by Mark & Lisa Staff // Hair & Makeup by Southern Belle by Maria Noel // Location Beach House - Hilton Head Island Hotel & Resort // Styled by Roxanne Gilleland

Models Hadije Aliu • Abby Rae • Alex Braden • Ned E. Gilleland • Mackenzie Hilton • Ketina Gomez