The New England Guide to Leaf Peeping

September 22, 2018

Nothing compares to New England in the Fall. While all four seasons are special, New England really puts on it’s best show late September and October when a slight chill is in the air and the leaves turn crimson and gold. I anticipate this change in season all year long. The first brisk morning and the onset of sweater weather, apple picking with family and friends, carving jack-o-lanterns on the kitchen table, bundling up for a local arts & crafts festival, driving around country roads to peep the fall foliage, and stocking up on cider donuts, kettle corn and apple cider are a few traditions that make this time of year remarkable.

Rainy Days

September 21, 2018
Last week’s rainy humid weather had me throwing on some version of this ensemble almost every day. My yellow rain coat and Hunter Boots continue to be a staple season after season. They are my go to on days where the weather is simply miserable. While this outfit is as basic as it gets there is nothing basic about a golden wearing a raincoat and itty bitty Hunter boots.

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