June is in full swing here at Rhodes Boutique with Father's Day, New Arrivals, Bridal Registries, Trunk Shows, Summer Shopping, and Wedding Season. We are enjoying visits from our favorite kiddos before they head off to summer camps and buzzing with excitement over all of the colorful and cute new summer arrivals.
Designer Spotlight: Crosby by Mollie Burch
CROSBY by Mollie Burch is a women's contemporary clothing line distinguished by custom prints, vibrant color, and whimsical design. Founded on the desire to fight social injustice, CROSBY uses bright designs to support organizations that aid victims of sex trafficking. Theirslogan, #ShineYourBright, aims to empower women to be their boldest, brightest selves.
The company was founded in Atlanta, GA in October 2015 by University of Virginia alum Mollie Crosby Burch, with the help of fellow alum Taylor Richardson. CROSBY is recognized by abstract prints and easy to wear, feminine silhouettes. Inspired by unexpected color palettes, vibrant cultures, and the beauty of nature, each season takes on a story of its own. The flattering fit and artistic prints make our timeless pieces wearable by grandmothers, mothers, and daughters alike!
Upcoming: James Farmer Book Signing
James Farmer is the author of A Time to Plant, A Time to Cook, A Time to Celebrate, A Place to Call Home, Porch Living, and Dinner on the Grounds. Farmer owns James Farmer Inc., a full-service design company, including interiors and landscape out of Perry, GA.
One of his more famous books, A Place to Call Home, combines the rich traditions of the past with the sensibilities of contemporary life. Tour eleven diverse homes in the deep South- makeovers, remodels, and new construction- as James Farmer brings together a cultivated mix of high and low, storied and new, collected and found; presenting them all as a thoughtfully exhibited array of taste, style, good architecture, and interior comfort. Woven alongside beautiful photography are personal stories James shares about living in the South, the people in his life, and how he fell in love with a career of making houses into homes.