Monday, March 31, 2014

It was a Happy Celebration!

My work family knows me so well. 

Of course I would want a pizza party for my work birthday celebration! It was such a wonderful lunch break and I am so thankful to be surrounded by such loving people each day. 

So much love,


Wednesday, March 12, 2014


So far 2014 has proven to be an epic year. With the official launch of Missy Robertson by Southern Fashion House at Atlanta Market {we even survived a Florida ice storm during that market}, and the busy energy from spring break season here on the Emerald Coast, I am biting at the bit to create!

I always try to keep our Deja Vu store displays unique and eye-catching, so this week i've decided to make a horse. Yes, you hear me right, a horse. It is funny what wonderful things can be created with random items lying around. For instance, this horse was made from an antique bath tub, old braided rope, wooden lamps and one of our beautiful hand-crafted wooden horse heads. 

With the trusted help of Morgan and Colby we were able to finish it today. It will be displayed in the Pier Park location of Deja Vu. I hope to display scarves, hats, accessories and maybe even some {new} products coming your way via Deja Vu!

Keep an eye out and don't forget to create!


Friday, January 31, 2014

The Atlanta debut of Missy Robertson by Southern Fashion House

After three days of waiting for icy roads to thaw, numerous plan changes, lots of patience & flexibility and a wonderful team who tirelessly worked to make everything you are about to see happen....we finally arrived in Atlanta for the debut of Southern Fashion House's line, Missy Robertson!

We were originally supposed to drive to Atlanta from Santa Rosa Beach, FL {roughly a 5 hour drive} on Wednesday, however, the polar vortex that was winter storm Leon, decided to challenge us a bit. With a number of bridges in Florida closed due to ice, and traffic jams on all roads leading into Atlanta, we were forced to wait out the storm until conditions bettered.

After many changes and delays we ended up flying into Atlanta around 1 p.m. Thursday afternoon {Just in time for our press conference and fashion show...literally, just in time}.

So just remember, as you scroll through the following pics, its kind of a miracle everything finally came together! I am so blessed with such amazing opportunities and a great team!

For more information on Missy Robertson by Southern Fashion House visit the Southern Fashion House website!

Enjoy all the pics :)
Much love,


Morgan, Kevin and I in the airplane ready to get to Atlanta! {ready is kind of an understatement}

Missy Robertson by Southern Fashion House fashion show at Atlanta Apparel Mart!
Missy & I after the fashion show. I'm so blessed to get to work with such an amazing woman. 
The SFH team helping customers place orders!
Susie & Christy working the booth!

Monday, January 13, 2014

SFH presents Missy Robertson by Southern Fashion House

I am more than excited to introduce to you Southern Fashion House's newest clothing line: Missy Robertson by Southern Fashion House.

Missy Robertson by Southern Fashion House is a clothing line created by Missy and designer/founder Stephanie Carter of Southern Fashion House, home to lines Judith March, Jacque and Janis and DejaVu boutiques. The spring collection appeals to working moms who want to look put together without having to put a lot of effort into it while staying modest and age-appropriate. The line is made of quality fabrics rich in color and texture with longer hemlines and shapes to flatter real women of all ages. This feminine and versatile clothing line debuts January 2014.

The 2014 Spring Collection -- debuting for retailers this month at Markets in Atlanta, Dallas and Las Vegas -- consists of approximately 55 pieces including dresses, sportswear, light cover-ups, and mix-and-match tops that are both versatile and affordable.

To learn more about Southern Fashion House & Missy Robertson by Southern Fashion House, I'd encourage you to visit the Southern Fashion House website. 

Friday, December 20, 2013

HAPPY HOLIDAY'S from my work family to yours...

Southern Fashion House family! 
We hope you all have a blessed season and enjoy all the yummy food, comforts of family and friends, seasonal treats and are excited about what 2014 has to bring {we know we are!}

Greetings & blessings to you and your

P.S.-- Take a look at some of our behind-the-scene pics from our Christmas card photo shoot at my family's farm in Brundige, AL. 

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Ohhhhh boys will be....boys

I feel the need to share this with everyone, since it made me giggle a bit {after the fact, of course}. 

This is my five-year-old son, Fox. This picture was taken this morning before we left for school. He's wearing his standard school uniform {Khakis with a navy button-down shirt}. If you notice, there are a few....Accessories {?} he chose to add as well {scarf + red socks}.

I tried to explain to him you can't wear a scarf in 72 degree weather OR red socks with his school uniform. A knock-down-drag-out ensued, until we decided to agree to disagree. At least I tried, right?

Despite his fashion choices, that I may not necessarily agree with, I am so thankful and blessed to have him {and his stubborn & creative spirit}.

Hope this brought a smile to all you fashionistas out there!


Wednesday, October 23, 2013


It is one of my favorite times of year; Deer Hunting Season. Not only does it bring back memories of growing up in South Alabama, surrounded by the hunting culture, but it also is one of the most beautiful times of year in the South. 

The trees shed their green leaves in exchange for radiant orange and red ones. The air has a crispness to it that warms and chills my body all at once. The south Alabama weather and nature are astonishingly beautiful, however, that beauty doesn't compare to the gorgeous smile of my little boy, Fox, during this time. His joyous giggles and excitement are enough to make my heart burst with love. I cannot begin to explain to you how much he loves hunting and being in the great outdoors. He is truly wild at heart. 

Fox last year in Alabama.

 Last month I took him to Big Horn, a hunting ranch in Texas. He had such a great time meeting all sorts of exotic animals and hunting deer. While I was there I realized there were a few items I wish I had. Breath mints, for instance, and bug spray, and hand warmers, and ... well you get my point. 
Then it hit me. Deer Season Survival Kit. That was exactly what I needed. 

Complete with an array of items you are sure to need in your time in the wilderness. 

"Love Me Like You Love Deer Season" Judy Koozie
Hot Hands {for those freeeeezing early morning trips}
Mouth Wash + mini dissposable toothbrush {in case you need to freshen up a bit}
Mini Flash Light
Bug Repelent
Ear plugs

Deer Season Survival Kit; available at Deja Vu Stores.
The Deer Season Survival kits are available at Deja Vu stores. If you'd like to order online please follow the link below

Even my employees know my admiration for Deer Hunting--i suppose it is hard to hide.

The exterior wall of my house; I couldn't resist... :P