Tagged: fall

Etsy Roundup No. 20

No real theme for these, maybe just that they’re fall colored? Anyway, I’ll do my best to post more of these Roundups! I’ve been so slow about them! Enjoy!

Arrows by Dark Cycle Clothing

Ladies Ladies Ladies Bag by monramos

Good Luck Card from DEADWEIGHT

Soy Candle by Sydney Hale Co.

Burly Stump Table by Real Wood Works!

Rusty Focks Scarf from celapiu

Scent Samples by I Smell Good

Strange Plant by Herman Marie

Bear by depeapa

Lemon Shorts by Sharon Boaz

Milk Can from Cute Old Things


Fall Clothes No. 3

Tops! Sweaters! Temperatures are swinging up and down and layering is key. It’s time to abandon all heather-grey as buildings start turning up the heat and move into some brighter colors.


Spot On Top


Think Sprig Top

Crustacean Tee



Striped Wool Jumper



Wonder Linen Tee




Flecked Sweater


Mrs. Dollaway Reversible Dotted Sweater


Quince I Can Remember Top


Jackie Pullover




Pour Favor Top






Eeep! It’s been so long since my last post. At the risk of this sounding like an 8th grade journal entry, so much has happened! Classes and activities and great friend chill-out times are back in full swing. My classes are great- poetic self-portraiture, reading poems in series, understanding the history of poetic forms and meter, ecology (well, that last one isn’t too great…). Charlottesville had its first Pride Festival where I saw some of the most amazing face makeup contouring I’ve ever seen. Josh turned 24! Farmer’s markets are kickin’ (delicious doughnuts), Top of the Hops is around the corner, and fall is slowly creeping into the weather and my wardrobe!


I’ve been craving some new underthings and found a few no-padding bras that look awesome!






Enjoy these! Enjoy the beginning of fall!

Etsy Roundup No. 17

This week feels like fall. The heat has broken- yesterday I wore pants! Everyone wants to talk about fall classes and my newest obsession is choosing a new rug for my bedroom in my new apartment.

Things are bittersweet, though. Going back to Charlottesville, to swimming holes and cheap local produce, my favorite teachers and friends I’ve been missing, sounds great. But leaving my routine here and Josh will be hard. There’s still fun to be had and things to look forward to (Josh’s birthday! My sister’s birthday! HALLOWEEN!). Enjoy these flowers and fruits as a celebration of the warm seasons and preparation for the cold ones.


White Lace Flower Popup Card by Crankbunny


Pear print by The Joy of Color


Vintage Flowers by Miles of Light


Orange print by Nancy LeBerge Muren

Poppies by Becca Stadtlander