Holidays Lifestyle

Best Time of the Year!

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I can’t believe it is already October! The past year has flown by, I feel like just yesterday I was planning out my Halloween costume for 2014, and now I already need to get things together for this year. If you’ve visited here before in October, you know I’m pretty much obsessed with Halloween, which is part and/or most of the reason I love October so much (I recently saw something that said “Halloween is not a holiday, it’s a lifestyle” and I nodded in agreement), but it’s wonderful for all the other things related to fall: football, pumpkin patches, the weather, the fashion, boots, cider, walking/running outdoors, the leaves changing color, everything really.

So I wish I would have some awesome post planned for you today to say Happy October, but we’re moving to a new apartment tomorrow and things are a bit chaotic (not really, everything is great, I just have been cleaning/packing at night). I’m so excited to be moving at the beginning, not end, of October so I can decorate for Halloween! We will have a fire place again, so I can decorate similar to how I did before when I had a fireplace. I’ll certainly be sharing a decorating post soon! In the meantime, here are some of my most popular/favorite posts related to October and Halloween:





Fashion Shopping

Fall Favorites

Fall Favorites

Hat // Dress // Cardigan

Earrings // Fringed Handbag

Riding Boots // Sunglasses // Booties

It’s Friday, it’s Friday! We made it, we made it! Although this week has been blazing hot, I’m of course gearing up for cooler temps (which we did experience last week). Here are some things I’ve been eyeing – including this gorgeous yellow cardigan. I was also so obsessed with my felt fedora last fall and winter, I think I need another! I hope you have an amazing Friday and safe travels to any of my U.S. friends hitting the road for Labor Day weekend!

What to Wear for Thanksgiving

Casual Dress Outfit

Still have no idea what to wear for Thanksgiving? I put together some ideas based on how casual or dressy your Thanksgiving might be this year. Usually I try to dress up a casual look (like the chambray and maxi skirt look below). Other casual looks include a dress with a scarf, socks and flat boots or skinny jeans, a sweater and loafers. If you are attending a fancy Thanksgiving dinner or buffet, or hosting your own, why not try a fitted dress with heels. And if you are like me, I will probably just change into sweats after the meal if I indulge a little too much!

Dressed Up Maxi Skirt Thanksgiving


Casual Style Thanksgiving

Fancy Thanksgiving Wear