12th Annual Blues by the Sea Review

The azaleas were blooming large on the Green at Freshfield’s Village for the 12th Annual Blues by the Sea event held on Sunday. Although temperatures had dropped to a chilly upper 50’s to lower 60’s, hundreds of people showed up with chairs, coolers, and lots of blankets to enjoy an afternoon of high energy music from bands visiting from around the United States. The Wine Bar was on the patio serving beer and wine from their newly renovated store. As the day progressed, people began dancing. Children spun around with glee as adoring parents looked on, and lovers moved rhythmically to the delight of all.

The first band, led by Randy McAllister, is no stranger to the area. He and his band have played at Freshfield’s many times, and most of the band is from South Carolina. McAllister’s hardcore jams with a stellar cast of talented musicians were the favorite of the day. As his set moved on, he literally wandered through the crowds singing, as the band quietly toned down as back up, in his bare feet. His deeply soulful chorus touched everyone as he passed by. It was an ethereal experience, and not one we usually see at Freshfield’s. Once he reached back to the stage, the crowd went wild as the band ramped back up and played a few more songs to round out the set.

The next band featured Mac Arnold, a rhythm and blues classic musician who has been around for decades. He was joined by A Plate Full of Blues for a soulful collection of catchy riffs and relatable songs that captured everyone’s attention. Mac’s voice commanded our attention, and people responded immensely with dance, clapping to the beats, and laughing as he cracked jokes onstage.

Mississippi Heat rounded out the day with a raucous set of blues that warmed our hearts. By this time, it was quite cold, and many people started heading out for dinner. However, the fans that stayed for the final set received what was definitely saved as the best for last.

Gary Erwin, a local musician and talent buyer, has been instrumental in creating this successful round of music at this location and can be found playing with his band, Shrimp City Slim, all around Charleston. If you are interested in listening to more blues, check out their performances at the Mills House every Sunday from 11-2pm and on Wednesdays from 5-8pm. One can never get enough of the blues!

The 5 Best Summer Camps Around Seabrook

Now is the time to start looking for the perfect summer camp for your children to attend this year. There are so many options right in your own backyard when you live in Seabrook! Whether you have a future marine biologist or future web designer, there are options here for everyone. This is a list of our five favorite camps in the area that your kid could be a part of this year.

Coding Kids Club (Mount Pleasant)

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Do you have a tech savvy kid that is interested in developing his/her skills this summer? Coding Kids Club would be the perfect option for them. This camp teaches kids how to write actual programs through the use of software development tools that are kid friendly. Aside from the coding skills, kids will learn critical thinking skills that will help them in all areas of life.

The class dates are every Wednesday from  April 6th- May 4th. You can get more information and register on their website.

Sol Surfers Surf Camp (Mount Pleasant)

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Has the child in your life been wanting to learn how to surf? Sol Surfers Surf Camp is perfect for them then. They are holding a five day surf camp in Folly Beach. The camp covers everything from technical skills and safety to etiquette, wind, weather and water conditions. The program is recommended for those between the ages of six and seventeen.

There will be 12 sessions beginning May 30th and continuing through August 19th. You can find more information about the camp and register your kiddo now on their website.

Camp Seabrook (Seabrook)

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This camp is offered from June to September at the SIPOA Lake House at the Seabrook Island Club. Kids will be able to enjoy a multitude of activities including swimming pools, island excursions, pony rides, athletic workshops, crab fishing, arts and crafts, mini theater plays, culinary classes, educational workshops, nature hikes and kickball and so much more. The camps hours will be Monday thru Friday from 9am to 12:30pm and is recommend for children ages 4-11. They offer both daily and weekly rates so no matter what your schedule is there will be time for you kids to experience some extra fun in Seabrook this summer.

Camp St. Christopher (Seabrook)

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If you are looking for a more spiritual camp for your kids this summer, this is the one for you. This camp has been around for over seventy years and just keeps getting better with time. Your kids will have the opportunity to make amazing friendships and have a lot of fun all while expanding your faith through worship and teaching.

During Camp St. Christopher you can expect arts and crafts, kayaking, swimming, sailing, mud pits, great food and so much more. The camp sessions are divided by age so check out their website for when your child would attend. Grades 2-12 are encouraged to attend and there are even sessions for k5-2. Registration is open now and spots are filling up!

YLI Summer Sewee Camp (Charleston)

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Does your kiddo love everything about the beach? Then they have to go to the Sewee Camp. They will learn all about ecosystems, marine animals and more at this overnight camp. Session will run weekly from June 5th to August 5th for children ages 8 to 14. There will also be a teen week session held from July 17-22 for those 13 to 16 years old. You can register your kids on their website, and if you register before April 1st you will receive an early bird discount!

Activities will include Kayaking through the waterways, splashing around a waterpark, and even tubing. Camp is held at the Sewee Coastal Retreat Center in Awendaw. The ground are made up of recreational fields, fishing docks, nature trails, a full-service dining room, and air-conditioned dorms.

Wild Blue Ropes (Charleston)

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You likely already know all about Wild Blue Ropes and all the fun that can be had there, but did you know that they offer a summer camp? It’s themed to resemble the show “American Ninja Warriors” and will surely be a hit with your children this summer.

There will be four camp sessions running weekly from 9am to noon. Enrollment is open now and you have until April 15th to get early bird pricing! You can learn more about the program and how to register at their website.

 

 

12th Annual Betty Cannon Golf Tournament

The 12th Annual Betty Cannon Golf Tournament is scheduled for April 4th to support Respite Care Charleston, a local non-profit organization providing services and support for families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. The tournament will be held at the Seabrook Island Club Crooked Oaks Golf Course. This course, created by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., is characterized as a 6,780-yard, par 72 course that twists through maritime forests, marsh and moss-hung, hundred year old live oaks.

Registration will begin at 11 and end at noon when the putting contest starts. The tournament will begin with the shotgun start at 1pm. Upon completion of the tournament, volunteers and those with reception tickets will join the golfers for an awards reception, dinner, and silent auction in The Atlantic Ballroom at the Seabrook Island Club. Dinner, and drinks will be served as you enjoy the club’s ocean view verandas. You can get more information about the the course on their website.

There are several sponsorship opportunities, ranging from $100-$5,000, available for anyone interested in supporting Respite Care Charleston. You can choose from a variety of different types of sponsorship including honor or memorial recognition, business name or logo publicity, and golfer registration packages. There will also be networking opportunities available. Patrons can also choose from different levels of sponsorship that include:

  • $100 Hole Sponsor (text only sign at 1 Hole)
  • $300 Bronze Sponsor (text only sign at 1 Hole + 1 golfer’s registration)
  • $500 Silver Sponsor (text only sign at 1 Hole + 2 golfers’ registration)
  • $1,000 Gold Sponsor (sign with image at 1 Hole and 4 golfers’ registration), $4,000 Beverage Carts and Reception Sponsor (sign with image on both beverage carts; opportunity for four volunteers to drive the beverage carts and network; 4 golfers’ registration; 4 reception tickets)
  • SOLD OUT $5,000 Title Sponsor – 12th Annual Golf Tournament (8 golfers’ registration and reception tickets; 24″x36″ sign with image; display of pre-approved company banner; recognition with the opportunity to speak on your company’s behalf).

To register visit the event’s page or email your registration information to jennifer@respitecarecharleston.org or call (843) 408-5243 for manual entry. You will have the option to alter or add on to your registration information (including signage requests, reception guest details, and golfer info) after registration as well.

Golfers can also register as individuals or as a team for $150/golfer, but act fast because they are only accepting 144 of these registrations. This fee includes cart, greens fee, refreshments, on course lunch, and attendance to the awards reception. If you just want to attend the reception and awards ceremony you can purchase tickets for $25 each.

Come out and enjoy the beautiful weather, play some golf, and support a great local cause.

7 Essential Tips for your Next Family Trip

1. Be Flexible
It may be tempting to head out on vacation during holidays, but you will save big if you plan your trip around them. By taking advantage of these less popular times, you could be saving hundreds on your trip from hotels to airfare.
Aside from huge savings, you are also more likely to enjoy yourself more because you won’t be fighting traffic, crowds, and other people for parking.

You can check the calendars of many rental properties right on their page to see when their costs go down.

 

2. Set a Budget
You don’t have to break the bank to go on vacation with your family. Before you even leave set limits on what you want to spend on everything from lodging to souvenirs but make sure to leave room for spontaneous activities too.

Pick what you want to splurge on carefully. Is there a huge concert going on? Are there any renowned restaurants in the area? It is ok to blow your budget from time to time to make sure that you are experiencing the best things the area has to offer.  

3. Road Trips
Road tripping can be challenging, but it can also save a lot of money and create lasting memories. There are plenty of things you can do to make road trips more enjoyable for your whole family. Make sure that you take breaks often. No one likes being stuck in one place for a very long time. Budget in time to stop, stretch your legs, or just run off some energy.

Portable DVD players can be a lifesaver on long road trips. You can get one relatively cheaply or borrow one from a friend. It will give your kids a welcome distraction to take their minds off of the long trip ahead of you.

If you do choose to drive, always make sure that your car has been completely inspected by a mechanic before hand. Have them check any service lights that have been on, change your oil (if needed), and check your brakes. The most important part is arriving safely.

4. Pack Light
Only bring the things that you have to have. It can be tempting to load up half of all your belongings just in case you might need them, but that just leads to more things that you have to keep track of and carry around. Make a detailed packing list and stick to it.

You can also cut down on the amount of things that you bring for your kids by calling restaurants and hotels ahead of time to see if they provide essentials like cribs and high chairs.

5. Bring Toys and Games
Toys and games are an important thing to make space for when packing. Kids can get bored very quickly so having some of their favorite toys with them can entertain them for a while. Let the kids pack their own toys into a bag that they are responsible for carrying. This will give them some responsibility and insure that their favorite toys get packed.

Double check their bags to make sure that the toys that they picked out will make it through customs if you chose to fly. Toys with water or liquid should be avoided as well as toys like Play-Doh which is considered a potential explosive by the TSA.

 

6. Kitchen

Having a kitchen in your hotel room or rental can be a lifesaver. It can also save you a lot of money on snacks and small meals.

If you have younger kids you know how their schedules can be. Often times they are up early in the morning and need some downtime in the afternoons. Kitchens make early morning breakfasts and quick lunches easy to whip together.

7. Beach Hack

No one likes having sand all over everything or all in their car. You can avoid this by bringing along a bottle of baby powder the next time you are at the beach. Sprinkle some on your legs, feet, and anywhere that is covered in sand and it will fall right off! No more mess.

 

5 Things to Know about Seabrook Island

Pristine beaches, laid back yet well kept atmosphere near Charleston and untouched golf courses make Seabrook island one of the top destinations on the East Coast. Check out our list of 5 things you may not have  known about Seabrook and start planning your visit today!

1. Dolphins often frequent the shorelines and along the coast of Seabrook island during strand feeding season. What is strand feeding? Between the months of April and November dolphins communicate by whistling to each other as they round up fish towards the shoreline. Some have witnessed these adorable creatures near the coast while on vacation! Although, we wish it happened more often.

2. When you think of places like Charleston and Hilton Head you often think of large, live oak trees. Seabrook Island has an abundance of these trees dating back more than 300 years. You can see these trees along bike paths as well as beautifully weaving throughout the island in untouched locations.

3. Anyone who has ever been to or heard of Seabrook thinks of the Golf Courses on the island when you say the name. What many do not know is that the golf courses are preserved by the Audubon Society, who protects wildlife along the golf communities in the area. These stunning golf courses have it all, along with nature that we would not change.

4. During your visit to Seabrook Island, you might catch some locals assessing the beach, but they aren’t looking for seashells. They are looking for turtles. There are more than 150 volunteers in Seabrook Island who work as a turtle patrol. They look for and protect nests of loggerhead turtles. Adult loggerheads come back to the same beach that they hatched in during nesting season so they can lay upwards of 450 eggs in one visit. This may seem like a lot, but the eggs are vulnerable to natural predators and rising tides. In order to keep these threatened species safe, volunteers search beaches beginning in May until October to document and oversee the nests, build barriers for protecting against animals of prey, record hatchlings, and move nests that are endangered.  

5. Seabrook Island’s history dates back to before Colonial times: during the Revolutionary War it was a place of conflict and has ties to a man notorious for his pirate dealings. The town’s namesake was the lineage of Robert Seabrook, descendent of William Seabrook, who, in 1816, bought the island. With the expansion of the port city, it grew to be a favored target of the pirates. Robert Seabrook, a politician and businessman, had been condemned for trading with these pirates. Seabrook Island possess a past of being a wild community. Regardless of its illustrious history, it wasn’t formally established until 1987, making it younger than thirty years.

5 Activities to Enjoy in Seabrook this Holiday Season

The holidays can be tiresome, and we are focused on everyone but ourselves. Buying gifts, decorating, and cooking large feasts for guests drain you. Don’t forget to make time to take care of yourselves this year. Here are some suggestions for things to do to make sure you’re #1 on your To Do List.

 

1. Get A Massage 

Massages are a great way to relax any tension in your muscles. Synergy Day Spa offers a variety of massages that will loosen you up and prepare you for the weeks ahead. Swedish, Deep Tissue, Maternity, and Stone massages focus on the individual needs of each person and are available in 60-90 minute increments. While you’re there, indulge in a mani-pedi with a peppermint mask and freshen up your look with a new hair style. Synergy also offers a full line of hair, nail and cosmetic products for you to use at home. This is a great escape for busy girlfriends!

 

2. Go Fishing 

Hop on a fishing boat and enjoy a day fishing! First Step Fishing is taking their boats regularly for inshore and offshore excursions as well as hosting eco-tours, crabbing parties and sunset cruises. Make it a date and bring your loved one. Half-day, three quarter day and full day outings may be registered for 3-4 people per trip. Ask for Captain Chico for more information.

 

3. Take The Kids On A Pirate Cruise 

Are your kids bored and want something to do? Give yourself a break and take them on a fun pirate cruise with Pirates of Charleston! “The Black Ghost”, a 45 wooden ship built in 1974, has been fully transformed into a pirate themed bundle of fun that any child will adore. This memorable adventure will have them feeling like a real Cap’n as they’ll receive lots of individual attention from certified staff. You and your children will cherish this time together forever.

 

4. Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) 

Go on a guided dolphin tour with Ryan at Water Dog Paddle, or take a sunset tour of beautiful marshes and waterways that intertwine throughout the area. Rent a board for the day and take a leisurely paddle and relax your mind of stress. Ask for Ryan when registering to find out more information on how you can get out on the water soon.

 

5. Golf, Tennis, and Horseback Riding on Seabrook

Take some time for yourself and hit the links courses on Seabrook for an afternoon of golf, or go to the tennis center for a quick match with friends. Staying active is an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle during the holidays. If you are an equestrian, find your favorite horse in the stables and head out for a late afternoon ride on the beach. The gym is also available for maintaining a strong core with regular workouts as well. Finally, enjoy a nice simple walk on the beach and try to catch sight of dolphins as they strand feed. It’s an amazing thing to see!

Thanksgiving Made Easy

There can be no better place than Seabrook Island for Thanksgiving. If you’re planning to spend your holiday on this beautiful island, there are places you can go in Charleston to make your dinner spectacular without having to slave away for hours cooking. Everybody knows that you spend hours cooking only to have it eaten in 15 minutes! Have quality time without wasting precious moments with your family and friends at these great restaurants around the Lowcountry.

The Sanctuary on Kiawah

Stay close to home and enjoy a luxurious Thanksgiving buffet at The Sanctuary on Kiawah Island. Culinary stations will dot the ballroom and contain numerous delights to tease your palate. Crisp boiled shrimp and other seafood items will be chilled on ice sculptures. Beef, turkey and ham coincide with many other traditional and nontraditional sides. An elegant wine bar offers perfect pairings for every dish, and delicious chocolate truffles and pastries end your meal perfectly. Contact The Sanctuary at 843-768-2121 for more information.

Poogan’s Porch – Downtown Charleston

Enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving menu at Poogan’s Porch in Downtown Charleston. Smoked turkey with all the fixins are offered for a set price. An extensive menu of short ribs, ham, duck, and filets offer alternatives for those who are seeking something a little different. Luscious homemade desserts are made daily and will close out the perfect holiday meal for you and yours. To find out more, contact Poogan’s Porch at 843-577-2493. Their newly opened sister restaurant, Poogan’s Smokehouse, located on East Bay Street, will also be open for Thanksgiving with a more limited menu. These are definitely worth the drive downtown! Plus, you can spend the rest of the afternoon browsing through the beautiful city of Charleston.

Charleston Grill

The Charleston Place Hotel in downtown Charleston is home to one of the premier dining locations in the United States. The Charleston Grill has won numerous awards over the years, including the James Beard award for Best Customer Service. This year, they are hosting a fine dining event for Thanksgiving that will redefine everything you’ve come to know as tradition. With a price of $95 per person and a 20% gratuity, this menu isn’t cheap, but it’s one of the most exquisite events you’ll partake in this year. Roasted turkey breast with a braised leg, wild salmon, scallops, beef tenderloin and pork chops are just a few of the savory dishes on the menu. Enjoy east coast oysters for an appetizer, or perhaps enjoy their divine crab cakes. End your meal with a sorghum sweet potato cake, chocolate pot d’creme, or an apple cinnamon crumb pie. Reservations may be made by calling 843-577-4522.

Seabrook’s Most Iconic BBQ

There is no shortage of good barbecue in South Carolina, and Seabrook has some of the best options in the state. Here is a compilation of where to go for great ‘cue on the island and surrounding areas.

Miss Lulu’s Boutique and Smokeshed

This quaint little boutique hides a stellar smokehouse behind the shop. Smoked pork butts are regularly found on the grill alongside whole chickens and juicy ribs that have meat falling off the bones. Hamburgers, grilled chicken and a host of delicious sandwiches round out their menu, with sides including baked-potato salad, smoked lima beans, cole slaw and more. The 100% customer-oriented staff has you in mind and offers To Go platters as well as catering. Head out on Wednesday and Sunday evenings for live music on the deck! Beer and wine are available for purchase. The unique location can be found just outside of Seabrook the left by the Bohicket Marina. 4-piece Rib Platters with two sides and a dessert are just $12.95. Ask for Diane Wagner, Smoker and Kitchen Manager, for more information.

Miss Lulu’s is open 10 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Thursday – Sunday and 10 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday & Tuesday

Tattooed Moose on Johns Island (open now) and the Meathouse Butcher Shop (opening in early 2016)

Charlestonians are familiar with the Tattooed Moose, locally owned and run by the same group that owns the Voodoo Tiki Bar in West Ashley, with Moose locations both downtown and a newly opened restaurant on Johns Island. Chef Jason Houser, co-owner and meat curator of the popular local chain, wanted to bring a great Burgers-N-Beer joint to the locals on Johns Island. You may also be familiar with the Tattooed Moose as they have been featured on Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” with Guy Fieri, where Mike showed Guy how he makes duck confit for his Famous Duck Club Sandwich.  Besides the famous duck club, other favorites include the melt in your mouth “Tattooed Moose Burger” and the “Thanksgiving Sammy” which is a little slice of thanksgiving with all the fixins’ (even gravy on the side for dipping)! This location on Johns Island is a bonus for Seabrook as well and is located just down the road on Maybank Highway. Currently, Chef Houser is curating meats for the upcoming Meathouse Butcher Shop, with charcuterie, smoked meats and creamy pates being sold at the Johns Island Farmers Market. The company plans to open a free-standing Butcher Shop right next store to the Johns Island Tattooed Moose early in 2016. Get an early taste of Meathouse Butcher Shop’s menu at the Tattooed Moose with menu items like the Meathouse Snack Plate, Pate Melt, Lowcountry Cuban or the Chocolate Bacon Pie.

Tattooed Moose is open 7 days a week 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 a.m

JB’s Smokeshack

A Charleston favorite, located on John’s island, people travel from all over just to eat at JB’s. Their  pork, brisket, and ribs are cooked slowly over Hickory wood while their chicken is cooked slowly over apple wood and seasoned with their own special rub. Our favorite is the fried chicken which has just the right amount of crisp and is juicy on the inside. Their homemade BBQ sauce is a bonus, although the food is so good you almost don’t even need the BBQ sauce. The mac n’ cheese is night and light yet full of flavor. Other southern favorites at JB’s Smokeshack include: fried okra, baked beans and collard greens. Their $9 all you can eat buffet is what most patrons opt in for but don’t be alarmed, you can order your favorite meal a la carte if you choose.

JB’s is open Wednesday through Saturday 11 a.m. – 8:30 p.m

 

Seabrook Island 2015 Photo Contest

Seabrook Island is bringing back our social media photo contest which proved to be a huge success last year. We want to see your Seabrook Island photos in the following categories: family vacations, weddings, engagements, dogs, children, boating, fishing, golfing, camping, and fun outdoor activities. Hashtag on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, #SeabrookIsland2015 for your chance to be posted on our social media, website, and end of the year video montage.

We love Seabrook Island, and most importantly the people who make it so wonderful.  Check out our video from last year and post your #SeabrookIsland2015 photos today!

Seabrook Island Boutiques

Fall has arrived on Seabrook, and the weather is definitely beginning to cool. As the chilly days arrive, stores are swapping out their summer items and have cleared for trendy fall fashions that are inspired by many great designers. From home to sports collections or dressy heels to running shoes, boutiques are catering to every person’s needs. Here are a list of local boutiques that are offering inspired designs just for you. Consider perusing these shops now in anticipation for the upcoming holidays as well!

Hot Location – Freshfields Village’s Boutiques

Roberta Roller Rabbit

This unique store is inspired by owner Roberta Freymann’s travels around the world, particularly east India and Asia. The Roller Rabbit Collection is awash with a colorful array of tapestries that are often described as bo-ho chic with a New York flair. With stores scattered throughout the country and online shopping available, this quaint shop offers easy shopping for a large variety of apparel for men, women and children, accessories, bedding and bath, as well as decorative furniture for your house. Sale items currently include tunics, light sweaters, exquisite silk skirts, and luxurious loungewear. Save up to 40% on handbags, duvets and other beautifully handcrafted household items as well.

Seacoast Sports and Outfitters

Seacoast Sports and Outfitters is your one-stop shop for any active islander. The huge store boasts complete lines of equipment for equipment including surfboards (long and short), skateboards, canoes and kayaks, fishing gear, golf accessories and clubs, and team or individual sports. Activewear, sunglasses, sports shoes, and fitness gear are all available to give you the most diverse shopping experience on Seabrook. If you’re not interested in buying a canoe, kayak or bike, consider their daily rentals! Bike rentals range from $12/day while canoe/kayak rentals go up to $59/day.The eclectic store exudes their motto of PlayHARD, LiveWELL, LoveNATURE. Stop by and take a look at the expansive sales racks while you’re there!

Aubergine Home Collection

This Home Collection store is a one of a kind and offers custom materials found nowhere else in the world. Its coastal elegance stands out with quality, fast lead times, and attention to detail. Bedding sets, covers and throws are designed with comfort in mind. Rayon made from bamboo is combined with cotton to create the luxurious material that you’ll want to wrap around your body. The good news is that you can with delightful wraps, loungewear and pajamas. Coastal jewelry, tabletop accessories and window treatments complete your home renovation. Spritz yourself with one of their fine fragrances before heading out the door, and you’ll feel like a movie star!

Leggiardo

“Aesthetically beautiful” describes Leggiardo, as the Italian word is defined. Each piece in the collection is handpicked from European mills in France, Italy and Switzerland. Easily one of the priciest boutiques, this store makes the list for their beauty, quality and sheer elegance. Online shopping is available, but the store’s charm lies with the staff’s willingness to assist in choosing the right outfit for your personal style. Stunning displays throughout the store allow you to peruse the collections at your leisure, and they offer heavily discounted items seasonally. The store’s inspiration comes from owner Ann Ross, who has experience as a fashion editor and has traveled extensively throughout the world and is perfect for the well-styled woman.

Holly Brooks

If you love shoes, you simply must put Holly Brooks on your To-Do List. Highlighted brands include Frye, Miz Mooz, The Island Pearl and Zenzii and incorporate the hottest fashion trends happening on the island. The store is currently running a huge end-of-summer sale with sandals and sexy heels making their way onto fashionistas’ must haves. A boot sale, perfect for the fall, includes tall, ankle and riding styles. Of course, one must add a top, matching bag and earrings with new shoes, and there are plenty from which to choose to complete your look.

Hot Location – Boutique Located Beside Bohicket Marina

Miss Lulu’s

Trending – Private Smokehouse with Dining Area/Tea Room and Live Music on Wed/Sundays

Miss Lulu’s was created by two ladies who previously had careers in the fashion industry, one of which is based out of Dallas. The southwestern influence may be felt with hot cowboy boots, big bold jewelry, and charming garments lining the walls of the boutique. Carolyn, manager of the contemporary boutique, states that each item is carefully chosen with Seabrook’s coastal influence in mind. The store focuses on ladies clothing but also carries a small collection of adorable children’s clothing that you’ll love to see on your little ones. They also offer online shopping to make choosing your favorite piece a breeze.