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Thankful

Thanksgiving Outfit

What would you do if you woke up and only had the things you were thankful for the day before? 

This past Sunday I visited my sister's church with her and the pastor asked that question, and it really hit me. I usually think of myself as pretty thankful person, and am usually conscious that I am fortunate in a lot of ways, but if I stop and image myself only having what I've taken time to be specifically thankful for, well, I wouldn't have much. It may be cheesy and cliche this time of year to talk about being thankful, but I do think it's an important tradition. Things get crazy, and it's easy for even good things to feel like burdens sometimes, but maybe if we stop to take the time to be thankful for them, even when they do feel heavy, it will make them feel just a little bit lighter. 

Free People Shirt // Vintage Skirt (thrifted) // Old Navy Shoes // DIY Necklace

Fall Outfit Details
Fall Outfit with Dog

I'm especially thankful for puppies, even when they insist on being in all of your photos. 

4 Ways to style a Bandana

How to Style a Bandana

Who doesn't love pieces that can do double (or triple..) duty? I'm all about it. Especially if you're traveling, those chameleon pieces can be life savers. Bandanas have been my favorite go-to for a while now! They're super lightweight and can be worn so many different ways!

My favorites? 

  • Hide a bad hair day - Throwing it up with a bandana is a cute and easy fix, especially when your hair is in desperate need of washing!
  • Choker - use a bandana as jewelry replacement, wrap it around twice and tie it off with a little knot!
  • Throw it back to a classic "Scout" look by twisting it and then tying it off in the front!
  • Use a bandana as just a basic scarf and tie it up in the back.

And of course...

Twin time! Dutch always wears her bandana to work too :)

The Archives // Falling for Fall

Fine and Feathered Fall Archives

(Click through photos to see original posts and outfit details) 

Doesn't it feel like Memorial Day just happened? To now be passed Labor Day feels surreal. I always feel hugely torn this time of year, I feel this huge surge of love for autumn, but to know that winter will soon follow that always brings me down a bit. This year, though, I've really been trying to focus more and more on the moment, and try to just enjoy what's here. One of the farms I drive by every day already has pumpkins out, and I smile a little bit whenever I pass them. I'm already planning what I'm going to bake, thinking of all the movie nights I need to have, and just trying to remind myself that sweaters are pretty awesome too. 

How are you all feeling about the upcoming change?