Written by Andrea Serrano 

Last week, I had the pleasure of visiting Drayton Hall and discovered their beautiful property. Dating back to 1738, Drayton Hall is part of the historical plantations in Charleston, and as I found out, they are related to all of them. The history is kept alive and preserved in the house, the Gates Gallery, and the Lenhardt Garden.

I wanted to enhance the garden’s beauty with this Sasha Maxi Dress floral dress from Rhodes Boutique. They stock the most beautiful selection of feminine and flirty dresses and separates. Located in South Windermere, they are conveniently located to anyone in James Island, West Ashley, and Downtown. They also have great prices, especially on their accessories. I can’t help but buy something every time I pop in. I love these earrings by Treasure Jewels for only $38!

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This Triple Decker Romper from Rhodes Boutique can actually be worn 3 different ways. From strapless, to off the shoulder, to one shoulder, this versatile piece is something that everyone needs in their closet.

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Sunglasses from D’Blanc. Bag from Gigi New York.

Rhodes Boutique will be participating in the Charleston Boutique Warehouse Sale on August 3rd and 4th. This semi-annual event at the Omar Shrine Temple will host local boutiques and brands selling merchandise up to 90% off. It’s your chance to stock up on Spring and Summer merchandise at deep discounts all under one roof.

Rhodes Boutique has a big fall trunk show planned for September, so keep in touch with them on Instagram. And if you love them as much as I do, then vote for them on the Post & Courier’s Charleston’s Choice.

Photography: Nicole Mickle