September 22nd is the first day of fall, and we hope you’re as excited as we are! Here are just a few of the things that we’re looking forward to this season:
It’s no surprise that one of the best parts about autumn is the leaves. The boring browns and greens turn into beautiful reds, yellows, and oranges. Driving around town doesn’t seem like a mundane chore anymore when you have such vibrant views.
Football lovers wait all spring and summer for football to start back up again in the fall. Weekends become exciting again with endless games and tailgates. If you want to take your support to the next level, check out our NFL sunglasses!
Say goodbye to humidity and hello to cool breezes. Autumn offers the perfect balance of temperatures so that you can spend some quality time outside without worrying about sweating or shivering.
It’s time to trade in all of your sandals and tank tops for boots and cardigans. Flannels, chunky sweaters, and jean jackets are always fall favorites. Soft, neutral tones of tan, beige, and brown are also seasonal staples that can be mixed and matched with multiple outfits. Since you can layer with various pieces and textures, the possibilities are endless with cooler weather!
Fall brings the warm scent of pumpkin pie and cinnamon-scented candles. Decorating your place really sets the mood for the rest of the season. From porcelain pumpkins and leaf garlands to fuzzy blankets and pillows—what could be better? If you're eager like us, you don’t need to wait for the first day of fall to start!
Just because your summer vacations are over, doesn’t mean the fun has to end. Fall is filled with lots of exciting things to do. There are pumpkin patches, apple orchards, corn mazes, haunted houses, Halloween parties—the list goes on. And if you don’t feel like going out, snuggle up in your cozy home while watching scary movies and sipping hot cider.
What do you love about fall? Share some of your favorite things in the comments below!
A graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, Amanda works hard at balancing her passion for writing and marketing. She is a Pittsburgh native that just recently moved to Columbus and enjoys doing just about anything outdoors from going on hikes to taking her dog for walks around the city.