With springtime fast approaching every part of Dixie, this Farmer is charmed by the sounds of mockingbirds serenading the streets of Perry outside my office. Quince and spirea are starting to bloom and forsythia has even broken bud and tantalizingly revealed some of its glorious yellow color – only to be matched by sprinkles of yellow jasmine as it climbs through the longleaf needles of our pines.
Besides the rising cacophony of a springtime garden
and birdsong chorus, one of my favorite aspects about springtime is
the fashion. So, as a kickoff to springtime in The South, I am thrilled
once again to be a part of an Onward Reserve photoshoot! We’ll be
touting everything from seersucker to gingham and even some updated
black tie options with Southern-style. With the great folks at Peter Millar steering this mission in a quaint North Carolina costal town,
this Farmer will surely be in high cotton company.
So onward and seaward for a springtime fashion shoot
with my friends at Onward Reserve y’all! Until we finish our shoot,
here are some highlights from last fall’s photoshoot in Athens.
Once the robins return and the pecans are breaking bud, it’ll be safe
to plant and wear white! Until then, early fall fashion will have
to tide us over.