Fall is easily one of the best seasons — bonfires, colorful leaves, refreshing temperatures, Halloween candy, comfy sweaters and a festive feel everywhere you turn. With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of FINDS that feature all-things-Autumn. From cozy pieces to darling home decor, here are our October FINDS!
From the gym to a cozy night in, these leggings are not only comfortable but also on-trend with a bit of edge. Rock these with a black sweatshirt, white tee or your favorite gym tank. Find these leggings for $62 at A Fitting Place.
Whether you’re running errands, headed to a sporting event or just enjoying a hot chocolate while watching Netflix on the couch, this set is oh-so-adorable and beyond comfy. The thermal top and pants are $56.50 each at Indigo.
Gray divide blanket
Made from 100% recycled materials, this soft and cozy blanket is the perfect home accessory. Plus, it’s neutral enough to match almost any room’s color scheme. Buy this for yourself or as a gift. Find this NEWLY blanket for $118 at SB Shop.
You deserve a night of pampering and relaxation. What could be more relaxing than a warm bath with fragrant, stress-relieving bath salts topped off with lotion and luxurious hand soap? These products leave your skin soft and smooth and offer much-needed stress relief after a long day. Find the bath salts for $60, the hand and body soap for $40, and the hand and body lotion for $50 at Social.
Fallen leaves candle
Nothing signals the arrival of a new season better than a fresh home scent. These hand-poured autumnal candles include 100% American-grown soy wax, a lead-free cotton wick and natural fragrance oils. The “fallen leaves” scent has notes of apple, pecan and cedar. Find it for $28 at SB Shop.
To do after work: Light a candle, dim the lights and kick back in the tub. Hydrate and relax in a milk bath with notes of honey and oatmeal. You can purchase one of these bath bombs for yourself, or they make great gifts for a friend. Find them for $10 at City & State.
DINING AT HOME
A Netflix show, a bottle of prosecco and a charcuterie board are what dreams are made of. This board is available in three sizes and can be customized to your liking. Boards start at $50 at Feast & Graze.
Granite cheese board
Although football season looks a little different this year, you can still cheer on your team at home with tasty food! These college boards are cut from real slabs of granite and have various team symbols. Find this one online for $75 at Truffle Pig.
Rainbow Memphis glasses
Spice up your bar cart by adding a little color and some 901 love. These glasses are sold as a set of six, so you can keep some for yourself and gift the others. The best part? They aren’t glass and are super sturdy. Enjoy your favorite fall beverage in these cuties. Find the set of six for $15 at Pickering Boxwood.
“Eat, drink and be thankful” is a motto to live by this season. And, it’s never too early to start decorating your home with colorful decor and fun pumpkins. Put these placemats on your kitchen or dining room table to add extra flair. Each mat is $7.50 at Southern Farmhouse.
Vietri pumpkin platter
We found the best pumpkin in the patch! This Vietri platter can be used as a decor piece on your dining room table or placed on a stand in your kitchen to add some autumn vibes. Or use it to display your favorite baked goods — the options are endless! Find it for $64 at Babcock Gifts.
We’ll find any reason to show some Memphis pride, and this piece fits the bill. Frame this print and place it on your mantle, put it on a desk in an office or simply hang it on a wall. Find this 8-by-10-inch print for $25 at Falling Into Place.
Evie denim jacket
Denim can be worn year-round, but it’s definitely a statement piece once cooler weather arrives. Pair this with a jumpsuit or wear it with black or white jeans (yes, you can wear white after Labor Day!). Find this Evie denim jacket for $198 at Oak Hall.
Rag & Bone boots
A natural boot that can be worn with almost anything? Count us in. This pair can be dressed up or down and worn with almost anything — even if you pair them with leggings and a cute sweater. Find these Rag & Bone boots, along with other fall shoe styles, for $60 at Sugar Plum Consignments.
Although it’s October, we all know these Southern temperatures have a mind of their own, so eke out every last wear of this beauty. For cooler nights, throw on a jacket or cardigan and a pair of booties, and for those days that are a tad warmer, style your hair in a high pony, put on some gold hoops. Find this smocked dress for $66 at Sachi.
Nita cheetah loafers
We are all about animal print, especially when it comes to fall fashion. You can wear these fabulous shoes with a simple t-shirt and jeans, a sweater or even a midi-dress for the transition period between warmer and cooler temperatures … depending on Mother Nature’s mood that day. Find these loafers for $32 at Shelby Jewel.
SB + OMI Beads breast cancer awareness bracelet
OMI Beads are made by Tennessee-based jewelry designer, Joy OMI Walling. Each bracelet is made with semi-precious stones and charms that give positive energy and good vibes. SB Shop worked with OMI Beads to create this beautiful bracelet in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October. The best part? Twenty percent of all profits are donated to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Find it for $30 on SB Shop.
Hand relief cream
Found at Pavo Salon Spa, this hand relief cream leaves skin smooth and supple with a refreshing spa-like aroma. The bottle is $27.50, and Aveda gives $5 from each sale to breast cancer research. Nurture your hands while supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Grounds & Hounds hot chocolate
As if life can get any better than when you’re curled up on the couch with a cup of hot cocoa, Grounds & Hounds Coffee Co. halts the unnecessary killings of shelter dogs. Twenty percent of all their profits go to hard-working, no-kill partner shelters around the United States. Find this rich and savory cocoa for $13.99 at Hollywood Feed.
Happy October, Memphis!
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