Favorite Fall Looks Of 2013

I'm trying to get in the mood for fall by looking at my favorite outfits from last fall. I'm not usually one for recaps, but I don't look at my archives often and it actually is interesting to see what I was up to around a year ago. And as much as I like playing with other hair colors I can't really imagine being anything but a redhead in autumn--all of the rust colored outfits I want to wear would clash with pink hair (or the blue from last summer!). Anyway, I'm looking forward to some fun adventures in October with Thomas and some friends. Pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and hay rides are definitely on our agenda. Thomas might be too old to experience an American Halloween like I had as a kid going door-to-door begging for candy, but there are a lot of other Halloween-y activities he can experience for the first time when he visits in October.
reddening october trees country charm castles in the sky bread and butter moon phases femme fatale clare glen

Of course, this look from 2012 might have been my best fall post of all...I might repeat this whole outfit this year.



  1. So many great outfits! I just love your style :)

    Kassandra | The Desert Poppy

  2. Ahhhh, your short hair makes me want to chop mine all off. Lovely!

  3. Oh my gosh, I absolutely love all of these outfits! You have incredible style!

    Bramble & Thorn

  4. i love the shorts and tights combination!



  5. These looks are gorgeous, you really suit red hair.



  6. An Edwardian lady in full dress was a wonder to behold, and her preparations for viewing were awesome.silks saree

  7. your hair looks lovely all the colours- but I like it red the best. do you bleach it before you dye it red? and do you bleach the roots when touching up? I am scared to bleach mine in case I ruin it completely- but yours always looks in really nice condition x

  8. @Anonymous, thank you! and no I never bleach it when I go red, I naturally have a light brown hair color (a hairstylist actually called me dirty blonde lately, but idk if I agree with that!) but red can absolutely go on top of your hair if it is brown. Red at-home dyes will always go a shade or two darker than your natural hair color. So if you start with a darker brown you'll get a darker red. If you go to a professional they can give you a lighter red without bleaching your hair, but pretty much every time you dye at home without bleach you go darker than what you start with.
    PS I talk about my red dye here.


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