I was so excited when Caroline reached out to me wanting to do a guest post. And her idea of things to look forward to in fall sounded absolutely perfect. She must’ve known this would tear at the heartstrings of this basic white girl.
It’s always a sad time when summer starts to come to a close. The temperatures drop, and it’s time to put the sexy sandals away. Fortunately, there are plenty of great things coming this fall. These are just a few of the things that you will have to look forward while the leaves start to change colour.
Scarves and Tights Fall fashion is all about layering, and we love pairing scarves, hats, tights and boots. There are so many options when it comes to putting together the perfect outfit for your first day of class or a stroll through the park to watch the leaves change colours.
This year, some of the fall fashion trends you can expect to see will include ruffles, gold metallic, bomber jackets, plaid overcoats and florals. It is going to be a colourful autumn, and we can’t wait to start shopping for the season.
Pumpkin Spice Lattes We know that pumpkin spice lattes are a little bit overhyped, but there’s a good reason for this. They’re delicious! You just can’t get the sweet, satisfying taste of a pumpkin spice latte any other time of the year, and we understand why your favourite local coffee shop is going to packed next month. If you’ve had your fill of pumpkin spice lattes, other great coffee flavors that tend to become available in the fall include maple, apple, toffee and nutmeg.
Gilmore Girls Reunion It’s almost been a decade since we last saw a new episode of “Gilmore Girls” and we have not quite let go of our favourite mother-daughter television duo. Fortunately, they will be returning to our television screens soon thanks to the Netflix reunion that will air on November 25.
“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” will feature most of the original cast. This includes Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, Scott Patterson, David Sutcliffe and Melissa McCarthy. Little is known about the plot, but there have been rumours about a pregnancy. The best thing to do is just tune in to Netflix this November. If you’re planning on being out of the country, you can still watch American Netflix from abroad. You’ll just need to follow the steps in this Netflix guide from Secure Thoughts.
Halloween Halloween 2016 is going to be a great one. When it comes to picking out a costume this year, there will be plenty of options. From political references to blockbuster film characters, we’re sure to see some great outfits on October 31. There will certainly be plenty of Trumps, Kardashians, “Suicide Squad” members, Jedis and Ghostbusters out this year. It will be fantastic to see the range of pop culture personalities this Halloween.
The Return of Your Favourite TV Shows Summer is always a great time for movies, as some of the biggest hits premiere during July and August. When it comes to fall, network television really shines as our favourite shows return to the air. Starting in September, you’ll be able to check out new episodes of “New Girl,” “Modern Family,” “Empire,” “The Mindy Project” and “Supergirl.” You’ll have something new to watch every day of the week this fall.
Christmas Shopping Holiday shopping season always begins as soon as you pack away your Halloween costume. The shops fill with Christmas decorations and displays full of gift ideas, and it is time to start planning how to treat your loved ones well. Another great thing about fall: making your own Christmas list! Now is the time to start thinking about what your family or partner can get for you and how you can subtly (or not so subtly) drop hints.
So, don’t fret about the cool weather. There are loads of ways to warm your heart this fall!
Do you have any other things you’re looking forward to this fall? Please leave us a comment below and tell us what you think.
Author Bio: Caroline is a lifestyle blogger with her fingers in many different and delicious autumn pies. From fashion to film to food, she loves to write about her many passions.