This week I have something very special to share with you! I have joined with local boutique, Schriver’s, to bring you a two part blog containing four stunning outfits. (All the lovely clothing and jewelry can be found at Schriver’s boutique in Downtown Maryville or online at schriversboutique.com!)
Here’s a little bit about Schriver’s: It is a recently opened boutique in Downtown Maryville, TN (my hometown). It is owned by the lovely, Kate Kilgore, whose family has lived in the area for generations. Kate actually opened the boutique on her great grandfather’s legacy, who owned the original Schriver’s in Knoxville, back in 1912!
The store is filled with darling little pieces, sweet scented candles, and stunning, locally made jewelry. The walls are covered in beautiful, feminine artwork and the building’s original tin ceiling looks on from above. The place has an overall feeling of airy, southern style, which makes the shopping all that more interesting and easy-going.
I got the amazing pleasure of strutting around Downtown Maryville with Kate and the lovely, Ali Daugherty of Freedom Crown Photography. The first outfit I chose was an adorable polka-dot dress, paired with matching black and white heels and a pop of red in a simple necklace.
Our first stop included the Downtown Maryville Farmers’ Market, where we were met with smiling faces and the smell of fresh produce. This dress was so lightweight and flowy. It is perfect for the humid East Tennessee summer.
For outfit number two, I chose an elongating navy jumper with amazing cut-outs. We paired it with a statement necklace and some heels. This jumper is such an amazing color and the cut-outs just make it that little bit more special.
Come back next week to see the second part of the Schriver’s collaboration! Thank you again for reading along. Let me know if you’ve been to Schriver’s or plan to go in the future. Follow me on Instagram for more style tips, follow Schriver’s for updates on their sales and new merchandise, and Freedom Crown for amazing portraits.
Photos by Ali Daugherty of Freedom Crown Photography