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October 18, 2021


5 Easy Ways to Tap Into Your Fall Aesthetic

October 18, 2021

Summer who?

We might be hanging onto our iced coffees, but it’s time for cozy sweaters, bonfires, hot apple cider, and sunburnt leaves!

The air is crisp, the leaves are changing, and we’ve officially entered into sweater weather. It’s time to break out your Halloween socks — fall has arrived!

If you’re still struggling to switch over into fall mode, we’ve got five ways to help kick your autumn vibes into high gear.

5 Ways to Get into #Fallmode

1. Get Outside

Breath in the cool air! What’s better than the sweet smell of turning leaves!?

  • Go for a relaxing walk
  • Head to a sweet leaf-peeping spot
  • Make a leaf pile
  • Promptly jump into said leaf pile…and then check for ticks—eek!
  • Head to a local farm for some festive apple picking and pumpkin picking!

2. Apple Cider Everything

Pumpkin Spice? We don’t know her…kidding…maybe.

  • Hot apple cider
  • Apple cider donuts
  • Apple pie

We love them all, and we want to devour them all. 

Check out your local farmers market or farm store to pick up some of these fresh homemade goodies!

3. Fall Decor

Head to Target, Walmart, TJmaxx you get the drill, pick up some cute fall decor pieces for your house and go to town!

Candles and cozy blankets are a necessity.

Consider heading to your local florist or garden center to pick up some fresh mums for a day of planting or a handcrafted autumn arrangement for your table!

Even simpler? Order online from a local florist and have stunning fall blooms delivered right to your doorstep.

4. Granola Playlist Things

Nothing screams fall vibes like a good ol’, down-home, granola Spotify playlist.

Just a few to get you started:

These jams are perfect for sunset cruises, relaxing hammock hangs, or even just during the workday.

5. Scenic Cruise

Speaking of sunset cruises…

Not only do scenic cruises give you the chance to take in some epic fall views, but taking a drive is also known for relieving stress—especially down an old country road sans angry road-ragers.

“Stress, whether good or bad, when driving has to do with perspective,” says Will Heckman, executive director for the American Institute of Stress (AIS) and an avid motorcyclist. “As with most stress, it’s all in your state of mind.

Hit the road with a good friend or on your own—crank up the tunes and drive!

Get Your Fall On!