Fall Styles and Autumn Events

10/19/2017

Layering Rings and Sweaters

The perfect stack… We mean wrap! As you already know, there are so many different ways to wear your wrap rings. The midi ring and stacking trend is in full force, so lay out all of your rings and get 'wrappy' with it! Since the fall weather is finally gracing us with its presence, it’s time to bring out the big rings!

Other trends that are hitting us full force are glamorous nail colors and wraps. As the Donovan song goes, “It must be the season of the witch…” and dark nail colors are flashing everyone full force. That’s right, everyone should adorn their fingers in the most festive colors and rings! Don't forget to grab a dark sweater with ruffles, bell sleeves or accented shoulders to top it all off!

Where to Fall in Love With Fall?

Not only is the stacking trend alive and well for fall: It’s finally starting to feel like fall, and the crisp wind is awakening our nature side! There are so many beautiful views of lakes, fall foliage and fall festivals. As Waldo Emerson says, Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” - Waldo Emerson.

After reading a few nature quotes, take your Wrap Ring and get going to travel to the Berkshires in Massachusetts, The Catskills or Bear Mountain in New York or a view of the Grand Canyon in Pennsylvania. No matter where you’re hiking or sightseeing, your Wrap Ring will make a great travel buddy, and, even better, arm candy!

Another great way to celebrate fall is to shop around and explore fall festivals! There is a wide variety of apple and pumpkin picking farms with hayrides, apple cider donuts and face painting galore! Head to a local farm or market for the best fall festivities. Or, host your own pumpkin-carving or halloween party. Did you know October 26th is National Pumpkin Day? So grab your many wrap rings (they’ll keep you warm for the cooler nights) and get going! F. Scott Fitzgerald said it well, “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.”