Style on the Spot: Inside Billy Reid's Shindig in Florence, Alabama
Brandon Capps, tailor at Billy Reid in New York.
Brandon Capps and his wife.
Duquette Johnston, musician and carpenter, and Matt Harris, the creative side of marketing for Alabama Gulf Seafood.
Brian J. Bristow, wearing swim shoes by Normans.
Zachariah Chanin, wearing a Billy Reid hat and T-shirt.
Nate Slaughter, musician and one of my tour guides in Florence.
Luke Abroms, wearing a Billy Reid shirt. His family owned Abrom's, a men's store, in Florence from 1930 until the 1970s.
Tang Bui, my chief tour guide in Florence, with Luke Abroms.
J. Edward Seiber, of Seiber Design.
Elizabeth Moore, wearing Billy Reid shoes, Imogene and Willie jeans, J. Crew top, watch by Nixon, and ring by Worthmore.
The Friday night dinner sponsored by Alabama Gulf Seafood.
Brandi and Carter McGuyer. Carter is an award-winning designer and is wearing Billy Reid shoes with strings from Shrine Haberdashers, Levi's jeans, shirt by Shipley & Halmos, and sunglasses by Tom Ford. Brandi is wearing a dress by Rag & Bone and Prada shoes.
The Musicians: The Alabama Shakes, Wild Cub, and The Weeks.
My Shindig style
Saturday: Gap blazer and chinos, Banana Republic shirt, bow tie and pocket square by The Wild Life Reserve. Photos by Kate Cauthen.
Sunday: jeans by J. Crew purchased at Buffalo Exchange in New Orleans, Gap shirt, and shoes from Oxford, Mississippi. Photo by AJ Santos.