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PD SCH Summer 2011 112Rick and Vicky Stamey travel from North Carolina to Hilton Head Island twice a year. Each visit includes a trip to Shelter Cove Harbour, so they can look at a longtime friend’s boat docked in the marina. The Stameys also bring along their binoculars to get a closer look at local wildlife. 

“You’ve got pelicans, barn swallows, egrets, cedar waxwings,” Rick Stamey said. “There’s just a bunch of different kinds of birds down here. It’s a nice place.”

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Express yourself! These two-tone Alex and Ani expandable bracelets let you mix and match for a set of charms all your own. Embrace  the positive energy!

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Add a great variety of color to any spring outfit with these great bracelets by Zad. Do just one for a pop of color or add many more to complete the look. 

Affordables Apparel

 
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Natural horn bangles made with Swarovski crystals. All products are hand-crafted with care with materials from Africa.  

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Cool off this spring with lush Jade and Swarovski crystal bracelets, part of the An Dao Couture collection. 

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 It’s all in the wrist. Pile those bangles as high as your arms allow for a multifaceted look that will turn heads.

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Forget the $5.8 million; the real purse everyone will be talking about at the Heritage will be the one on your arm with these fab designs.

 

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You will be turning heads with this Coral NYC pursue which is great for any spring outfit and the woman on the go. Carry it out on a day adventure with the girls or dress it up for a night out on the town.

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FashionThe Heritage is all about seeing and being seen. And if you’re going to be seen, you may as well look fabulous.

Both traditional sportswear labels and newer designer lines are racing to create fashion-forward apparel for players and spectators, raising the style stakes of the game beyond the pastel-colored polo shirts and argyle sweaters of yesteryear. 

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Part one: Part 1: Stay local, shop local, gift local

You too can be a localvore.

What is a localvore, you may ask?

It’s someone who is conscientious and cares about their community.
It’s someone who cares about the local economy and local jobs. And finally,
it’s someone who wants a unique shopping or dining experience.

Here’s a look at some of the great
reasons to become a locavore:

Him, her or just because, Hilton Head Monthly has gift ideas for everyone on your list this holiday season.

Candles and apron perfect for the holidays

Photos By Bill Littell

Candles and apron perfect for the holidays. Truffles Market and Café, Shops at Sea Pines Center, 843-671-6136. www.trufflescafe.com.

ISLAND ESSENTIALS

Tunic, Abeille Ocupee Swimsuit, Perry EllisBEACH BASICS — SUMMER 2009

Photography By Anne

They’re hot. They’re cool. They’re all you need for a fashionable day at the beach.

SUMMER TIME & THE LIVING IS EASY

Live it in a beautiful tunic from the south of France. Tunic, Abeille Ocupee Swimsuit, Perry Ellis.

Available at Island Girl
843 686-6000 :: www.islandgirlhhi.com

Lilly Pulitzer fashionsPhotography by Anne • Makeup by Krista Marie

Sharon Rabon models this Fitch shift with a low back, sequin detail and cotton sateen from Lilly Pulitzer fashions from S.M. Bradford Co.

Accessories include a gold-plate with hibiscus pink enamel flowers bracelet and a clutch made of hand-set crystals. The allleather, snake-embossed shoes were made in Brazil. The link necklace in 14k yellow gold combines with the luster of the Orient, cultured 9mm fresh-water pearls, available from Heritage Fine Jewelery.

More info: S.M. Bradford Co., (843) 686-6161, www.forlp.com. Heritage Fine Jewelery, (843) 689-2900.

Menswear this spring and summer for Hilton Head Island will be all about color, color, color.

The winter basics of black and taupe will transition to shades of  coral, butter yellows, aqua, mint, tangerine and a variety of blues as the warmer season begins. These rich colors are evident in most sport shirts and knits with few exceptions. Fine line stripes, minichecks and bold plaids will contain these unique colors in combinations and will be standard fare for 2009. Even basic solid knit shirts today may have a different color in the placket or under the collar.

Soft, long-stabled cotton, linen, bamboo and knits with moisture wicking technology will be some of the sought-after fabrics this year. Shirts and knits will also continue to be available in light weight microfiber fabrics which provide comfort, non-wrinkling, and easy maintenance in the washer-dryer. Any of these fabrics are perfect for Hilton Head’s subtropical climate during the day, or wearing them under a light weight sport coat for an evening out.