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These SC folks made the list of 50 Most Stylish Southerners

Mary Delpit
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Southern Living just released their list of 50 Most Stylish Southerners, and 9 coveted spots went to South Carolinians. Here’s who in the Palmetto State puts their best blog, brand and Instagram handle out there for you to follow (according to the folks at Southern Living, anyway).

Alexandra Macon
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Alexandra Macon, founder of Over The Moon

Locale: New York, by way of Charleston, South Carolina

Fall favorite: A Burberry Trench coat her husband gave her for her birthday that he also incorporated into his wedding proposal.

Follow her on Instagram: @overthemoon

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Andrea Serrano, blogger and stylist

Locale: Charleston, South Carolina

Fashion rule she never follows: not wearing white White after Labor Day

Follow her on Instagram: @charlestonshopcurator

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Ben Ross and Jeff Plotner, designers and founders of Brackish Bow Ties

Locale: Charleston, South Carolina

On Southern style: Ben says, “The Southern style gets into your blood whether you are born and raised here, a newcomer, or just a one-time visitor.”

Follow them on Instagram: @brackishbowties

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Christine Le Sesne and Mary Delpit, designers and founders of The Blush Label

Locale: Raleigh, North Carolina, and Charleston, South Carolina, respectively; originally from Chapel Hill, North Carolina

On Southern style: In addition to bright colors and bold patterns, the designers say it’s “also about admiring the women who came before you, like wearing that beautiful necklace your mother bought in the ‘70s, and pairing it with a new outfit. We have so much old fashion jewelry from our mom and grandmothers that we still wear to this day.”

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Danielle Mason Hosker, founder and designer of Mason Hosker

Locale: Charleston, South Carolina

Fashion rule she never follows: Mixing camel and black. She confesses she’s “even been known to pair navy with black!”

Follow her on Instagram: @masonhosker

Hilary Rose Elrod, fashion blogger

Locale: Charleston, SC, by way of Austin, Texas

Best fashion advice: “My mom always tells me how important it is to look appropriate for every occasion,” she says, adding, “Dressing appropriately is also a form of good manners.”

Follow her on Instagram: @byhilaryrose

Mini Hay
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Mini Mariana Hay, jewelry designer of Croghan’s Jewel Box

Locale: Charleston, South Carolina

Best fashion advice: “I think of Southern style as classic with a funky edge – nothing that is too harsh or severe,” she says. “And lots of gold!”

Follow her on Instagram: @goldbugcollection

Susan Hull Walker, founder of ibu Movement

Locale: Charleston, South Carolina

Fashion rule she never follows: less is more. “When it comes to accessories, I think more is more. I will throw on one more bangle, top a perfectly good necklace with three more, or drape tables with multiple textiles that bring interest to one another,” she says.

Follow her on Instagram: @ibumovement

To see the complete list, visit: www.southernliving.com

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