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Autumn Fashion Season is Here

Autumn is here! The season of layering is here and it feels good to start wearing my knitwear and coats again. We always grumble about how cold and miserable the weather is but autumn fashion season is something to look forward to and enjoy. I love wearing layers. They are super comfy and stylish, and the season allows me play dress up even more. Apart from the layers and knitwear autumn allows me wear, I am also happy to be able to unleash my boots again. These are just some of the fashion and style reasons why I love autumn so much.

 

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Autumn is so beautiful and stylish

This season is great for people of all styles. If your fashion sense is more minimalist, that would work excellently and so would those with a more maximalist sense of fashion. I am looking forward to taking more and more outfit photos this season. I have not don that in a while for many reasons. My camera roll is filled up with product and travel images, with the kiddies featuring in most. This autumn/winter season, I am planning to take some more outfit hoots outdoors as the autumn leaves are always so beautiful. The photo above was taken years ago in autumn and the background always catches my attention.

 

Apart from the beauty and style of autumn, I am also looking forward to spending time just being and enjoying the season. The darkness that comes with this time of the year can be really SAD and depressing sometimes. I always miss the sunshine and long summery days. However, this year, I am not going to dwell on how dark it is and how much I miss the sunshine. I am just going to enjoy autumn and all it brings.

 

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Are you a fan of autumn fashion? Which autumn fashion trend do you like the most?

 

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Four Tips to Help You Squeeze A Little More Sunshine Out of Summer

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Summer is over. Goodbye summer sunshine! No more long, warm days, humid nights, cold drinks, and hours of outdoor fun. Like all good things, summer is always over too soon. The sight of those leaves starting to fall might have you feeling a little regret that you didn’t make the most of this amazing season.

 But at this time of year, it helps to remember one thing: yes, summer is over and winter is coming, but it’s not here yet! Depending on where you live, you may still be enjoying a last few warm days, and daylight hours haven’t been reduced to a few hours yet. It’s not too late to go out and enjoy the last of the sunshine and outdoorsy lifestyle.

 If you’re feeling nostalgic for summer already, these tips will help you squeeze the last bit of enjoyment out of the next few weeks before the cold starts.

 

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Take Every Opportunity to Be Outside

 One of the most rewarding ways to enjoy the dog-days of summer is to make sure you go out into the sun every chance you get. When you’re in the midst of summer, it’s easy to get used to the great weather and stop making the most of it, so when it’s nearly over, it’s really important to grab every bit of sunshine that comes your way. Whether you love heading outside to read a book on your own, or to chilling in the park with your friends, it’s not too late to get a cheap DAB radio on Latest Deals, pack a picnic and spend the whole day out in the sun.

An outdoor patio is ideal—bonus points if you have a hammock—but remember, outdoor time is about more than sunshine. It’s about a summer attitude: give yourself permission to indulge in some hard-core relaxing and enjoy taking time out.

 

Get Your Friends Involved

 When you look back on the summer, one of the characteristics features of the season is often the fact that you spend loads of time with your friends. There’s something about summer that makes groups of friends stick together day and night, almost as if the summer is just one long hang-out session. So it’s always quite sad when summer’s over, as it can sometimes feel as if the time for long, low-pressure hanging out is over. But this needn’t be the case! Of the best ways to make the most of the end of the season is to double down on seeing your friends. Getting your friends involved in things you enjoy as the seasons change is a great way to signal that your ‘all in’ attitude doesn’t have to depend on summer.

 

Make the Most of Your Local Community
 While catching a flight to an exotic island can be fun, save overseas trips for when winter has actually arrived, and you’re stuck inside and craving warmth and summer sunshine. One of the joys of the final days of Summer is the opportunity to make the most of your hometown, especially if there are festivals or markets on the go. Whatever your local community does best—whether it’s fruit and veg markets or outdoor theatre—spend your last warm days supporting the activities and events that it’s easy to take for granted when summer is in full swing.

 A day-trip ambling around your local area and seeing what’s on offer is a great way to appreciate your neighbourhood and support local artists, producers and craftsmen. And if you don’t have a clue what’s going down in your town, check out the website for the local tourism board. You may be intrigued to spot several budget-friendly or free events, which will provide ample entertainment for the final days of the season.

 

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Tick Some DIY Chores off Your List

 If you love decorating your house, chances are you invest quite a lot of energy and time on home improvement projects. While getting your hands dirty with DIY can be rewarding, doing everything on your own steam can be draining and time-consuming. The last few weeks of warm weather is a good opportunity to attempt some of the summer DIY ideas you may have lined up but haven’t got around to because you were too busy lounging by the pool. You still have the benefit of slightly longer days to allow you to work into the evening, and you’re still going to have that extra enjoyment and relaxation which you get from doing physical work when it’s warm.

 Whether you’ve just started to notice the leaves falling, or you’re feeling a little chill in the air, the first signs of the end of summer don’t have to mean that summer is over. These tips will help you squeeze a little extra juice out of the season. 

 

5 Things I Love About Autumn

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Autumn is here and it is my favourite season as you should all know by now (because I don’t shut up about my love for Autumn, hehehe). I love the gradual transition from summer to winter, and I enjoy the transition weather a lot.

There are so many things about this season that I love but if I have to narrow my top 5 things I love about Autumn, here is how I would list them –

Chilled Evenings

I love how chilled out everywhere is during Autumn. After the hustle and bustle of summer with barbecues, picnics, holidays and people just all over the place, it is a breath of fresh air to just sit back and enjoy relaxing/chilled out evenings with my Sky Tv. The chilled evenings also make room for some me time with my personal grooming assistants – I like to have many bubble baths with my Yankee Candles burning in the background. I like to enjoy a massage with my massaging gadget, I like to relax and enjoy a manicure and pedicure with my mani/pedi gift set, and I like to shave my legs with my new epilator.

I have my evenings planned out this season and I plan to make the most of them.

 

Colour Change in Leaves

The colour change in leaves is so beautiful, I love it so much. The vibrant ambers, reds and yellows of Autumn is the best sight ever!

 

Chilly Weather

After the heat wave we experienced this summer, the chilly weather is needed. I like the fact that it is not too warm or too cold in Autumn, it is just perfect. The chilly weather is one of the best things in Autumn.

Autumn Fashion

I love Autumn Fashion as you all know already. The transition to layering style is so cool. I like the fact that I can throw on and off layers when needed.

 

The Darkness

It is getting dark already and I am not usually a fan of the darkness but as soon as I became a mother, I began to cherished the shorter days and longer nights because it is a lot easier to get the kids in bed at night, and get them to wake in the morning at a good time. Unlike in summer when it is still very bright at bedtime (7pm), my kids sometimes find it very difficult to understand that it is actually bed time, and then the sun comes out so early, they think it is their wake up time or what they call “morning time”. Good not to have to deal with that during Autumn/Winter.

 

Are you a fan of the Autumn season? What do you like the most about the season? Drop me a comment in the comment section below.

Thanks for reading.

 

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