…everywhere I look around…
Photos: Flickr – “Wanderlust”
… and I am drooling over all the lovely things that I have come across that will keep me warm & very content while the air is getting crisper and the days much shorter. Imagine me whistling when I am putting together the list of some of my fall FAVES!
Fall = boots! ! A lady needs a nice pair of boots! How about these lovelies from Coclico.
Image via the lovely blog Bliss
I also like these from Cole Haan.
This sweater from Nordstrom would keep me both warm & purring!
And of course anything from Swedish Odd Molly will do. I was a lucky owner of this cardigan below (in a different color) but it magically disappeared from the back of my chair at a fancy bistro… I am still mourning it and am determined to get a new one. ( I know that Mint Julep, among others, sells them).
This gray dress from Odd Molly together with boots. It would make me pretty happy!
I am eyeing this one in rust for fall.
My husband can’t stand strong artificial scents. (What is wrong with him anyway?!!) So, when he is on business trips it is my chance to indulge! I love the elegant Mandarin Tea collection from Aquiesse. Their soy based candles are handmade in the US.
Fall = curled up in a cozy chair right next to the fire place reading a really good book. A nice throw is then a must! I love this one from Swedish Inredning Etc. It is a high quality wool throw made on Gotland, my favorite Swedish island. (The store ships internationally). Let me know if you need any help with the Swedish language.
With my good book and throw I also need a great cup for my green tea. This one from Dean & DeLuca in NY can move in with me anytime.
I recently ran across this tea infuser from the MOMA store in NY. Very slick!
Sheep skins have been on my mind a lot lately. They are warm, cozy, and make so many of the minimalistic chairs so much more comfortable and inviting. (How lovely during cold winter months). I am saving up for a whole bunch. And I will only get them from my lovely Gotland where sheep farming is a key industry.
Photo: Flickr – Scott Dungan
Now I am ready for fall! Are you?