Autumn Harvest

This fall we released several new Kiel James Patrick flannel dresses and shirts in addition to fall kids sweaters. Sharing a couple of the new styles here today along with some autumn pictures to set the mood. This month is flying by and I’m holding onto the season for as long as long as I can — the season is far too short. We stopped by our favorite Cider Mill in CT this weekend and are trying to do all of the fall things on our bucket list before everyone kicks into holiday mode. Hope everyone has a wonderful week!
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  1. Rachael Anderson on October 24, 2020 at 8:10 pm

    Sarah,
    I absolutely had to reply to this post. If a picture paints a thousand words, then you use them so well. Within your image, it’s not just the products that you market. There are warmth and kindness. A strong sense of family bonding provides inclusion for your viewers, then invites them to embrace the rich traditions of their own. Family truly is the heart of a stable society, whether related by blood or common interests. You illustrate this so beautifully throughout the hundreds of previous posts.

    There are color continuity and balance in the background, landscape, and selected image props. I particularly love the ladder. When first viewing this week’s post, I fell in love with the colors, then my eyes were drawn to the symbolic imagery of upward growth. Whether intended or not, your ladder sends reassurance for viewers to keep moving forward. They will rise to whatever faces them. All of these aesthetically support the clothing you sell. What I love about your post most is that you focus on the viewer’s fulfillment in life. The product becomes a subtle tool offered to help them achieve this.

    Thank you for the beautiful work here. I know it takes so many days to plan and organize products, color schemes, the topic for image concepts, and then all the editing. I’ve viewed the last 10 years and you always impress. Thank you for your subtle nuances in marketing, as well as the way you conduct your online business. It has been inspirational to watch your success build and progress. And, I have grown in my understanding of how to serve people through products provided without focusing on sales. That is what I love about you the most! It truly has inspired the motivations behind my own ambitions. This week’s post has finally propelled my admiration into actual contact with you. Thank you for creating content that stirs the soul in such good ways!



  2. Emma on October 25, 2020 at 5:38 pm

    I love those flannel dresses! I would love to see an updated post of your favorite winter coats, it would be a great inspiration as the colder months are upon us! 🙂



  3. Biljana Plazinic on November 17, 2020 at 8:25 am

    Dear Sara, I am fascinated by your pictures. I am from Serbia, I have my own website about animals, moustly pets, and I would like this autumn, wich is coming to end, to be marked by your photos. With your permission, I would post photos signed with your name. I also have my own Facebook page, so I would promote your pictures and your name name there as well. Sincerely, your Biljana Plazinic



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