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Autum Ochre

The leaves this year were incredible although they’re starting to fade now, especially after Thursday’s snow. I was waiting for the foliage at the tidal basin to peak and couldn’t have caught it more perfectly. apple orchardapple pickingapplesblogbloggercolored leavesDCdc bloggerdc foliagedc foliage spotsdiy dog bandanadiy flandannadobermanFallfall activitiesfall fashionfall front porchfall in dcfamilyfarmstandflannelflannel outfitfoliagefront porchgourdsheirloom pumpkinsIndian…

Sweater Weather

The one thing I always have too many yet never enough of are sweaters. So many adorable ones have just been released as the temperature is dropping and the holidays are fast approaching. In preparation for Black Friday, I started shopping around and compiled a list of some adorable sweaters that should be marked down…

Apple Pickers

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Fall Front Porch

The only thing more Fall than arriving home to a fully decorated front porch covered in leaves, pumpkins, gourds and mums, is wearing matching flannel with your pets! After a quick trip to Joann’s to pick up flannel material, I cut a 20×20 inch square for Delila’s bandana and the same dimensions for Angela’s, except…

Fall Farm Stands

Skirt // Heels I love wearing heels, even if I’m just going to a farm stand or Walmart. I like being 3-4 inches taller and if you ask me, it’s easier to walk in heels than flat shoes. While I’m sure I look ridiculous to everyone else, my heels are the most comfortable shoes I own.…

City Snow

Experiencing the first snow of the season in a city is a bit depressing as the snow melts the second it hits the pavement, yet it’s still exciting to feel like you’re living in a snowglobe. I ended up in CityCenter and instantly gravitated towards the large Christmas tree which I soon realized was artificial…

Leafing Through Washington

Fall has arrived in the District, bringing with it temperatures in the high thirties. While I’m happy to see the leaves finally change, the frigid temperatures are a slightly less welcome addition to the season. Since the temperatures dipped, I have essentially become a walking L.L. Bean advertisement. For the next 4-5 months, you will…