5 Southern Travel Accounts You Need to Follow
While our editors may try to limit their screen time at night, far too often we come into work to commiserate by our cubicles with coffee in hand about getting lost in the technicolor rabbit hole that is Instagram only to find ourselves going to bed two hours later than intended.
Rest assured, we are working on developing better bedtime habits, but luckily you can benefit from our mobile exploration. From an account that documents the beauty of small town Mississippi homes to another that shows off the less showbiz side of Nashville, and one that documents food finds from New Orleans to Atlanta, these are our latest follows. If you’re looking for vacation recommendations, you’re welcome.
From massive octagon-shaped, multi-balconied Antebellum mansions in Natchez to charming, crumbling cottages languishing in Bay St. Louis, @mississippihouses finds beauty in both the state’s preserved and the neglected homes. A must-follow for those that love to drive around neighborhoods while on vacation (i.e. us)
Nashville-based stylist Tiffany Mitchell shows plenty of the more domestic, quiet side of Nashville from backyard, long table-style dinners to breakfast at Merridee’s Breadbasket in Franklin, but she also discovers long weekend-worthy destinations in Texas and even further down South in Costa Rica.
Alice Kerley of Houston, Texas shows off her state in style offering followers vistas of bluebonnets in bloom along with outfit ideas. She recently became a mom to daughter Annie, which has added an extra point of cuteness to her ‘grams.
When Jason Piper and his wife, Elizabeth, moved from their beloved hometown of New Orleans to Atlanta, it didn’t mean an end to their account. Now followers get to see what they’re eating in both cities from po’boys to barbecue.
Southerners who identify with the mountains more so than the beach will find familiar scenes in Melanie Miller’s account, which supplies an endless stream of, well, streams along with fields of flowers, hill top vistas, forest trails, and most importantly her dog, Rosie.