Bonfires. Thick blankets. Layered outfits. There is something special about the Fall season.
The arrival of cooler temperatures (and college football) is almost always accompanied by feelings of excitement, romance & the idea that anything could happen! It’s one of the most fun times of the year anticipating the coming holidays. Here are the Top 5 “Must Haves” to help you fully enjoy this beautiful season – or at least feel cuter for the next few months…
1. Break out the Boots!
They look great with your skinny’s, leggings, dresses, & skirts – just about anything, really! Every girl needs a good pair of boots. If you find yourself “bootless,” consider making a wonderful “investment” this season.
2. Deep Nail Polish Tones.
Do it. It’s fun & even the shortest of fingernails always look better painted!
3. Enjoy Hot, Seasonal Flavored Beverages.
Seasonal Starbucks faves like the Pumpkin Spice Latte & Peppermint Hot Chocolate finally come out of hiding, to be enjoyed only during the holiday season before going back into hibernation. Enjoy them while you can! Not a coffee person? Well, there’s nothing like curling up with a good book and sipping on some hot tea. Celestial Seasonings (100% Natural Tea) sells both an Herbal & Fruit Tea Sampler that offer a yummy variety of different flavors.
4. Warm Scented Candles
Fall is the perfect time to start bringing out the cinnamon, pumpkin, cookie, & rustic/outdoorsy scents. Not only do they fill your home with a scrumptious aroma, but they also create that inviting, homey feeling.
5. Cozy Sweaters
You need them. For obvious reasons- wearing layers is necessary as the temperatures drop & the perfect sweater or cardigan has the ability to enhance and complete your outfit! … and if you’re that type of person, you can dress your dog in one too.
Even if the leaves don’t change and temperatures are still warm in your neck of the woods, these “must haves” will help to hold you over until the weather actually catches up to you. Enjoy!
What are some of your “must haves” for fall? What helps you get into the fall season?