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Satulah Style

Posted On June 3, 2020

Big summer fashion in a miniature old growth forest

Photos by Chelsea Cronkrite

Model: Elyse King

Hair Styling: King Cuts

Location: The Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust Satulah Mountain Preserves

The first property HCLT protected, this natural heritage conservation is home to a number of rare, endemic, and glacial relic species such as the ground juniper (Satulah is one of the only sites in NC for the species), Hartweg's locust, Carolina hemlock, table mountain pine, and others. Ravens are commonly seen and heard soaring around, and bears frequent the 4 species of blueberries and chinquapin chestnuts that are abundant on the mountain.

Joseph Ribkoff hot pink ¾ sleeve side knot top; Krazy Larry ankle length garden pant, ON SALE $95.00; all at Spoiled Rotten

Ravel Blouse red stripe top, $151.00; LIOR Paris “Sammy” pants, $121.00; Betty Carre 18K gold vermeil chain, $98.00; Betty Carre 18K gold vermeil earrings, $78.00; all at The Look Boutique

Johnny Was “Clayton” gauze top, $180.00; Glenda Gies clutch with bamboo handle, $95.00; all at A Jones Company

Edwin “Pixie” optic white jeans, $148.00; Kin Ross striped navy shirt, $194.00; Kim Ross navy zip hoodie, $253.00; all at Wit’s End

Thermal top, Mother jeans, Pierre Dumas shoes; all at Annawear