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Boston Fall

I love fall in Boston, there is something so romantic about the season. The stoops in Beacon Hill get all decked out for the season, the leaves in the Commons are starting to change, and football season is in full swing!

This is one of my favorite fall sweaters, because lets be real for every beautiful crisp fall day there is a rainy fall day. Rainy days are the perfect excuse to stay inside read, watch scary movies, bake, or just lay on the couch and listen to the rain.

I am wearing my favorite Madewell sunglasses and my LL Bean muck shoes. Things I am looking forward to this October: Halloween, Oktoberfest, going to Maine, and eating lots of cider donuts! There are tons of micro-breweries in the Boston area that are hosting Oktoberfest events. Mike and I will go to Maine for a couple of days to relax, we still haven’t decided what we’re going to be for Halloween. Send me you favorite couple costumes!

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Sunday’s in the Country

I love the city in the summer but sometimes it is nice to get out and spend sometime away. The city can get so over crowded with tourists during the summer, it gets hot, and the T is a nightmare! Last weekend my friend Jen and I took a ride out to Nashoba Valley and hung out at Nashoba Valley Winery. I love their wine, they do wine tastings and tours. Pro -tip do the tour before the tasting!

It is officially white jeans season, though I never observe the memorial day rule, I broke out my favorite pair of white jeans from vineyard vines. I love their jeans they are just stretchy enough to be comfortable but they don’t stretch out so much that they don’t fit right after a couple of wears. I just wish vineyard vines would do short length for us short girls!

I also wore a vineyard vines off the shoulder top I got during their after Christmas sale! I accessorized with a fun hat from Nordstrom, Jack Rogers, and my Diff Sunglasses. The Winery is so beautiful they have picnic tables, Adirondack chairs, and an outdoor patio. You can buy snacks at the winery or you can bring a picnic baskets and buy a bottle of wine to enjoy!

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