transitioning to fall

happy friday!

This week has definitely felt more like fall with the warmth of summer tapering off.  I always feel very conscious of the transition between summer and fall and use it as a time of cleansing and embracing a slower pace {socially}.  Next weekend I am starting a 21 day cleanse which will consist of a clean diet and supplements to get my body balanced after a busy summer {I will let you know how it goes}, and this weekend, I plan to transition my closet from summer to fall.  It’s time for cozy sweaters and even, {dare I say it} scarves. I don’t have a long wish list for fall but some definite staple additions are leather pants and grey jeans.  The look below combines both.

1 | This snood from one of my favorite winter scarf designers, Spratters & Jayne. I discovered them in New York and have a few of their pieces.  Their scarves are all handmade in Peru.  Amazing quality and they add a great deal of warmth given their make-up.  This muted lavender is a great color for fall and I would see myself getting a great deal of wear out of it.
2 | I quite like this sweatshirt from Acne. Cozy, basic and a great pattern.  this is something I have added to my fall wardrobe.
3 |this simple silver bracelet is a great classic that would work all year round with an array of looks.
4 | grey leather pants by J Brand, gorgeous!
5 | during the fall I really like wearing plum and grey hues on my nails.  merino cool from essie is a one of my go-to’s.
6 | this celine bag is to die for!  I like that it’s different for Celine.  It would be a great fall accessory and you could wear it with almost anything and add some texture to your look.

Part of embracing the transition as well includes integrating some of the lovely seasonal ingredients into recipes.  Since it’s Friday, I thought I would leave you with this sparkling apple sangria by Spoon Fork Bacon.  It’s a relatively simple recipe and a lovely way to kick off a Fall dinner.

Cheers to a beautiful fall weekend!

~Emmanuelle
Xo

About Emmanuelle

Event Planning & Public Relations in the Boston Area specializing in fashion, beauty, textiles & consumer goods.
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