Sunday Brunch

Hey Gents!
It’s fi-na-lly Sunday (thank GOD), and my to-do list has o-ffi-cia-lly taken a long, needed nap. Let the leisurely whims begin! #freeascanbe
Charleston’s charm comes to fruition on Sundays. Not that it lacks appeal the rest of the week; rather, a once-a-week resurgence of sorts. From brunch reservations, neighborhood strolls, to church sermons, Sunday generally acquires a certain quietness that lets me unwind in fanciful ways. 
I typically use Saturdays for casual functions like sleep recovery, the farmer’s market, bistro dates with friends, and window shopping.  But on Sundays, I dress up and do dapper things. 
Personally, I’m one of those people who believe Sunday is the first day of the week. My Christian background may have played a part, but overall I think there’s a lot of benefits to this mindset.
Essentially, you start the week on a high note! Who doesn’t want that?
Sundays are my personal days. My source of battery -if you will. It lets me recharge for the week while activating my creative space. Zero instagram, just me and my closest friends twirling to the beat of our painstakingly offbeat drums. 
Aside from Church, my favorite part of Sunday is brunch. There’s something magical about the whole thing: from reservations, mimosas, to the brightly airy outfits I flaunt in the restaurant. Even better spent with friends and family. 
Today’s look was shot at the south of broad (street), one of my favorite neighborhoods of ALL TIME. I wanted to stroll the immaculate streets before heading to my reservation at the Darling Oyster Bar. BTW, the food was simply spectacular. Their omelets are worth drooling for. Moreover, the micro tiles on the floor were breath taking. Absolutely cute.
I was lucky enough to experience “Second Sundays” at King Street. Despite its overrated charm, the street really comes to life once the roads are blocked. Live music, al fresco, and local vendors land the streets with glee. 
It was a magical time to say the least. 
Happy Sunday!
all the brotherly love,


I'm Ian, the writer behind CharlesTucket (a mix between Charleston & Nantucket, two of my favorite places). My hope is to inspire every man to live a wholesome & whimsical life, one quirk at a time.


"Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong. Let all that you do be done in love." | 1 Corinthians 16:13-14


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