Our living room is the epitome of cozy on this Christmas morning mostly thanks to Mr. B. This man sweet talked me into purchasing another tree for our life on this side of the world (let’s be real folks, I didn’t need much sweet talking).
I think I recall the convo went something like this…
Mr. B: “I really think we should get a tree and put it up this year for Christmas.”
Mrs. B: “Check. Done. Boom. In the cart checking out now as we speak.”
Really the tree is our favorite yet and workweek mornings with the Charlie Brown Christmas, Nutcracker, and Elf are constantly replaying from our docking station have been awesomely energizing and uplifting too (well okay for one of us that is).
Christmas morning 2014 was magical, memorable and meant for the books. Thank you all for the cards and gifts. It was almost as if you were here with us… almost…
I’m such a four seasons type of gal. I look forward to celebrating each new season as it sweeps in to change everything around me. The nights have been getting much cooler and fall is absolutely on its way in, but the days tend to warm up and still reach anywhere from upper 70’s to 80’s. I find myself needing versatile pieces and layers that I can remove as the temperatures fluctuate.
The move has certainly helped me to re-kindle and re-find my old favorites in my closet from last season. I love the chambray shirt that I can roll up the sleeves, the puffer vest that everyone went C-razy over last year, and my two closet staples the pencil skirt and scarf. It feels so good to also organize everything into its new home again too. I thought what a wonderful opportunity to share a few of my picks that I’m looking forward to sporting to remain comfy and cozy into the fall season.
PS: Don’t forget to swing by Starbucks and pick up a pumpkin spice latte (sorry Food Babe, I cannot resist when I am stateside) and check out (5) the brand new his-and-hers Apple watch certainly swoon-worthy.
What are some of your comfy cozy fall favorites?
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