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There’s is an inexplicable force that makes me crave cozy pajamas and slippers and a day in my bed like crazy when that first snowfall hits… doesn’t that sound fabulous right about now? Maybe ordering new pink gingham flannel PJs will help hold me over until I can hibernate this weekend!
I am ready and willing for Fall to arrive — and on the top of my Fall wish list are tassel loafers. I found five fun pairs, all for under $50, plus a bonus pair from the Gap that are missing the tassels, but certainly not the style. Confession: I’ve already scooped up the pair from Target, and the polka dot version from the Gap — I probably need one of the pink versions next, right?
As I am writing this post, the thermostat in my apartment reads 87 degrees. Yet, I am sitting at my computer, filling up shopping carts across the internet with fall sweaters. It’s the eternal dork in me — I crave fall everyday of the summer.
I used to start laying out my back to school outfits for the first week of school in early August. Seeing that August is just a few days away, I’m getting that antsy feeling of wanting my new fall clothes to be organized in my closet with post it notes stuck to the hanger for which days I planned to wear them (I was a demented albeit well dressed child, seriously).
This season, I’m all about the collared sweaters. Gap seems to be springing back from a few years of dullness and I’m finally finding things I like there again — this sweater hits a home run with the mustard color and motorcycle cut, and somehow, it’s already on sale (they must be making room for Christmas merchandise already?)
It’s also no surprise I’m adding J.Crew sweaters to my fall wish list — though what may be surprising is that they’re men’s sweaters. I saw this marled cotton pullover on the tables at J.Crew last week and reluctantly put it back — but when I came home to find it on the website, I mistakenly looked in the women’s section to no avail. It’s a men’s sweater but the small fit like a dream. Borrowing from the boys? I’m sure Ms. Lyons would approve.