This is Style in the South, a series in which our Southern-based editor, Allyson, shares with you her insights into the trends and shopping habits that Southern girls follow (and don't). She'll also share her own personal experience with how to dress since returning to the South after more than a decade away. Whether you live in the South, are visiting, or just feel curious today, she's here to give her Who What Wear perspective about all things Southern girl.
Even if you don't live in the South, aren't from there, or haven't even been there, you probably know someone who does or is, and that's probably why you're here. Yours truly is from the South and knows a thing or two about the gifts that Southern girls would undoubtedly appreciate. It's why I searched high and low to narrow the best gifts down to stylish finds that they can wear, admire, and use. Keep scrolling to shop 22 gifts for the cool Southern girl in your life.
If Charleston, South Carolina, were a bag, this would be it.
Southern girls love their Patagonia.
Your Southern friends (okay, any friends) would appreciate getting this SK-II set—particularly if they’re excited about skin care. It includes the brand’s iconic Facial Treatment Essence (a do-it-all product that’s remained unchanged for 38 years), plus toner and moisturizer—all in travel-friendly sizes.
It's the year of statement earrings.
Non-boring socks are always a safe bet.
This cozy fleece is all over Instagram right now.
Good luck finding a Southern girl who doesn't love Ray-Bans.
Another Southern girl–favorite brand…
Good news: These It jeans have restocked.
Upgrade her tote.
Pajamas are one of our favorite gifts to give.
Hospitality helpers are always welcome.
This is perfect for mild winter weather (aka Southern weather).
Another thing I've found that Southern girls love? Wide-brim hats.
This is the definition of a fashion-girl umbrella.
Most giftable candle ever.
This is the perfect gift for your BFF.
Like her favorite Ugg boots, but chicer.
This comes in three giftable colors.
Headbands are having a moment.
Pretty and discreet.
Southern girls will never grow tired of a monogram.