Dressing Like Fall When It Doesn't Feel Like Fall
Only recently did it start getting chilly here in Indy, but I was itching to break out the fall clothes long before then. The easiest way to do that? Flannel! There's nothing quite so "fall" as flannel (well, besides pumpkins, and apple orchards, and boots...). I love flannel because you can really wear it any time of year, even though it's associated with fall. I'll wear a flannel shirt with denim shorts on a chillier summer day just because I can. That translate into this post here, where even though it's not cool out, you can still throw on some flannel, grab a pumpkin spice latte, and jump into a pile of leaves!