Reese Witherspoon brought her brother, John, to the opening of her Draper James Nashville store on Wednesday night -- and she took to Instagram to share a rare photo from the special soiree.
"Was a family affair last night :) me and my sweet bro! #NashvilleProud #DJdebut @draperjamesgirl," she captioned the cute candid, before plugging her lace dress on her official website.
In the pic, the new business owner flashed a shy smile -- and some killer pink lipstick -- as she posed for a picture with her big bro.
The actress' shop offers clothing, accessories and home goods, all inspired by and full of southern charm – just like Reese, who grew up in Tennessee.
The "Sweet Home Alabama" star talked about her traditional southern upbringing back in 2009.
"I grew up in Nashville, Tennessee, and my parents taught me to respect my elders," she told Reader's Digest. "We'd say things like 'yes, ma'am' and 'no, sir' to adults. But kids in Los Angeles don't do that. I've drawn the line at my children calling adults by their first names. I tell them they can call people 'Miss Shannon' or 'Miss Heather' but that using only the first name is too familiar. Maybe I'm just old-fashioned. Children should learn their values at home. In sixth grade, I took a manners class once a week. We learned things like 'What's the right way to answer the telephone?' My kids set the table every night, and we eat dinner as a family."
To stay in touch with her roots, Witherspoon told the mag that she returns back to her hometown with her kids -- Ava, 16, Deacon, 12, and Tennessee, 3 -- several times a year. "They're crazy about the trees and the food," she said. "A creek runs through our neighborhood, and they love to walk up and down it — just like I used to do with my brother."