Your Guide to Fall 2020
It's out with the old and in with the new—we're referring to the change in seasons, of course.
Summer is near its end, which means we're quickly approaching the autumn season. In these times, it may not exactly feel as if fall is on its way, but it is. To help you get excited for one of the best seasons, we put together a fall guide.
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Our fall mood board is here to help inspire your autumn adventures this year. We wanted to stick to things that were cozy and quintessential fall. So get wrapped up in your favorite sweater, brew some pumpkin spice latte, and hit the pumpkin patch to bask in the glow of all things fall.
What to Wear
Fall is synonymous with sweater weather. Other than winter, there is no season better equipped for sporting a different sweater every day of the week. Autumn is all about being comfortable and cozy, so these outfits reflect that.
Things to Do
1. Bake fall-inspired desserts
2. Go apple picking
3. Burn fall candles
4. Go on a hayride
5. Explore fall foliage near you
6. Jump in a pile of leaves
7. Spend time with family
8. Go stargazing
9. Get cozy by the fire
10. Drink a pumpkin spice latte
11. DIY fall crafts
12. Take a drive in the country
13. Visit a haunted house
14. Roast pumpkin seeds
15. Visit a pumpkin patch
16. Carve a pumpkin
17. Decorate for Halloween
18. Make your Halloween costume
19. Eat a ton of Halloween candy
20. Host a horror movie marathon
What to Listen to
This list of songs is sure to get you in the fall spirit, no matter where you live.
"Golden Hour" by Kacey Musgraves
"Une Histoire de Plage" by Brigitte Bardot
"Like Real People Do" by Hozier
"Closer to Me" by Five
"Love Is a Verb" by John Mayer
"Love Vigilantes" by Iron and Wine
"Landslide" by The Chicks
"Fallingwater" by Maggie Rogers
"September" by Earth, Wind, & Fire
"California Dreamin'" by The Mamas & the Papas
"Things Are Better" by PVRIS
"Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Tears for Fears
"Autumn Leaves" by Ed Sheeran
"Sweater Weather" by The Neighbourhood
"Wake Me Up When September Ends" by Green Day
"Stand by Me" by Ben E. King
What to Watch
No fall is complete without a movie marathon. This is the best time to watch some of the most iconic films around. Which one will you start with?
Good Will Hunting
When Harry Met Sally
You've Got Mail
Death Becomes Her
Dead Poets Society
Planning a trip for the new season? HERE are the top travel destinations for fall around the U.S.