September was busy but still felt like a wonderful transition from Summer to Fall. The last few days especially felt like Fall was beginning because of how sunny it was and how chilly the breeze felt. Leaves started to change color and stores brought out all the Fall products. I wanted to put together a little post for September so i could look back at it as a little scrapbook of memories 🙂

September Fashion

I feel like early Fall is the hardest time to dress for because of the cool, crisp mornings and then the Summer heat in the afternoon. I love a simple outfit for this time of late Summer and early Fall where you can add a layering piece like a button down or a cardigan but still have the basic outfit that you could wear without the layering piece in the heat. Tennis skirts, open button downs, light cardigans, and neutral basics are my favorite outfit essentials lately, as you can see from my photos below.

September Words

I had to include some favorite words that have come up this month . . .

September Pinterest Inspo

If you follow me on Instagram, you already know how much i loooove Pinterest. It only felt fitting for me to include some screenshots from my recent September saves. It’s clear that i am in full Fall mode and ready for cozy sweaters, leaves to change, and of course Fall foods & activities.

September Drinks

Seltzers and Fall coffees have filled my September 🙂 Trader Joe’s apple cider vinegar seltzer was amazing, Poppi selters were sooo fun and yummy, and then of course the coffees . . . At Starbucks i’ve been getting pumpkin creme cold brews almost every trip and Tatte is a new favorite coffee spot with a yummy house latte and my typical black coffee with almond milk.

Happy October 1st! 🙂

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