Blush-Worthy Dress at The Olde Pink House
Mid-morning brunch is kind of a big deal in Savannah.
Mimosas and all that.
I’ll be honest - most of the time going to brunch looks like a group of girlfriends at an outdoor sidewalk table, sipping lattes, head to toe in athleasure wear and Kendra Scott accessories. Pretty much the universal symbol for basic, right?
But every so often one of us gets a bee in our bonnet about really “doing” brunch - and that sort of affair usually involves white tablecloths, bruschetta french toast, and the prettiest gaggle of dresses you ever did see.
So I knew when I came across this Gal Meets Glam blush pink sundress, I just had to have it. The tapestry fabric is thick enough to allow for real structure, while the classic lines keep it fit-and-flare playful. The bow at the neckline is such a sweet detail - and I really do love the pleating in the skirt. There is SO much fabric, ya’ll.
This dress feels nothing but luxurious.
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The Olde Pink House is one of Savannah’s premier restaurants - boasting a packed reservation book for the majority of the season. They’re famous for their attention to detail, the artistry behind their flavor profiles - and their pride in their history. The house is the oldest standing Georgian mansion in Savannah’s Historic District, built by Savannah’s famous Habersham family just prior to the Revolution.
Savannah is full of old colonial and antebellum mansions - you can learn more about some of her most impressive houses here.
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T.C. & BRENNA LAUREN MICHAELS
We’re the husband and wife team behind Genteel & Bard.
If this world is a garden - we’re planting kindness.
Life tried to give us a big old bag of lemons, and we made the most delicious pitcher of lemonade. We’ve built a Southern Lifestyle company around beautiful storytelling, history, and the haunted.
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