Wonder. Wisdom. Words. Fall Into Winterland Worthy Wish List. When it comes to dressing the part for New England weather and preparing for the upcoming season, just as the snowflakes that fall begin to stick, there’s some element of advance planning that’s required. Fall into Winter in style with these wonderful wish list worthy wares. This minimalist guide will ensure you are 100% ready with realistic, really enjoyable trends to try out. The infusion of traditionally tried-and-true, tasteful textures, cushy comfort, plus beautiful and beneficial protection, is something to take pleasure in.
The Old Farmer’s Almanac, America’s oldest continuously published periodical! Always timely, topical, and distinctively useful, with a pleasant degree of humor, the Almanac has been beloved for centuries by people from all walks of life. As the nation’s iconic calendar, each year’s edition will mark the days, months, and seasons; preview astronomical events; and cover a range of related topics: weather forecasts, cultural and culinary trends, gardening, anniversaries, recipes, home remedies, pets, folklore, amusement, contests and more, all in the inimitable way it has done since 1792.
Keep warm dry and stylishly seasonal with these rural landscape classic wares. Best-in-class Bar Harbor Boots from L.L. Bean, the quintessential American company based in Maine known for its iconic boots and catalog, plus clothes and gear designed for getting out there, with cutting-edge technology for staying safe and warm. Whose motto is the outside is inside everything they make. Complete the theme with an equal parts rugged and refined unisex Bleecker Backpack from Coach. The traditional American company considered a global leader in luxury handbags, that continues to innovate each season, while also retaining their coveted vintage styles. Every Winter, Coach Bags and Bean Boots top many a New Englander’s Christmas wish list.
Ultra-versatile Autumn-hued his and hers Patagonia picks, the Radalie Parka and Nano Puff Jacket with recycled Thermogreen insulation, will keep you warm in sustainable style whether you’re headed up a mountain or caught in a sudden storm. Driven by a love of wild, beautiful places and design that favors simplicity and utility, Patagonia has grown from its roots in alpine climbing to delivering a wide range of athletic performance gear while minimizing its environmental impact. Founder Yvon Chouinard’s environmental philosophy expresses deep concerns about the planet’s health in the face of climate change with his philosophy for responsible business: Do Good. Build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire, and challenge the culture of consumption that is at the heart of the global ecological crisis.
We’re navigating the change in season with Kiehl’s tried-and-true gender neutral skincare favorites. If you’re serious about acclimating your skin to the changing weather, it’s going to need a little help, morning and night, so make these two words your mantra “stay hydrated.” These old-world apothecary since 1851 cult classics will have you covered and top the season’s list for good reason. All the products from Kiehl’s Creme de Corps line are incredibly hydrating, easily absorbed formulations with antioxidants and superior quality ingredients like botanical Squalane, Cocoa butter, Almond oil, Aloe, Avocado oil and Beta-Carotene. So skin is left feeling soft, smooth, and thoroughly moisturized.
When the days turn cold and wet Dr. Hauschka’s Spruce Warming Bath Essence is an invaluable aid. Resinous Norway Spruce essential oil has a calming effect and lets you breathe freely while jojoba moisturizes your skin. It also supports your circulation and offers intensive, long-lasting warmth for your body, both inside and out. A blissfully beneficial bathing product from Dr. Hauschka. Tip: Add a few drops to a small bowl of water to bring a fresh, deep forest scent to any room. Another seasonal favorite from the iconic brand is Hauschka’s Neem Nail & Cuticle Oil. A hard-working healing hands remedy that features hydrating flower and seed oils to soften and support. Hauschka’s holistic skincare line since 1967, has focused on preparing botanical extracts based on rhythmical exposure to elemental polarities and homeopathic principles, to activate the skin’s natural healing process to achieve balance.
Soothing Balancing Fortified Honey from Naturopathica, Wildflower Honey, a staple of the 19th century herbal medicine chest is infused with Passionflower, Chamomile, Lavender and Rose Blossoms to calm the nerves and rebalance the mind. Enjoy a spoonful daily right out of the bottle or add to tea or beverage of your choice or drizzle over oatmeal, toast or yogurt to nourish the body. Naturopathica has a simple mission: to educate people on the benefits of holistic health and its connection to beauty. For over two decades they continue to draw from the founder’s knowledge as an herbalist, esthetician and aromatherapist to develop an informed and useful product line.
A blend of glossy, Green and Golden leaves makes this fresh, hand-crafted Magnolia Wreath a stylish selection for Fall into Winter decorating. From Terrain, a Wonder. Wisdom. Words. favorite and renowned garden, home, and lifestyle brand with a fresh approach to living with nature. An approach that bridges the gap between home and garden, the indoors and the outdoors, and embraces decorating with plants to invite the garden into living spaces. Fresh and rustic door decor epitomizes New England farmhouse style + charm.
The Hidden Life Of Trees: The Illustrated Edition By Peter Wohlleben, A visually stunning journey into the diversity and wonders of forests. In his international bestseller The Hidden Life of Trees, Peter Wohlleben opened readers’ eyes to the amazing processes at work in forests every day. Now this new illustrated edition brings those wonders to life like never before. With compelling selections from the original book and stunning, photographs of trees from around the world, this gorgeous volume distills the essence of Wohlleben’s message to show trees in all their glory and diversity. Through language highlighting the interconnectedness of forest ecosystems, the book offers fascinating insights about the fungal communication highway known as the “wood wide web.” Beautiful images provide the perfect complement to Wohlleben’s words, with striking close-ups of bark and seeds, panoramas of vast expanses of green, and a unique look at what is believed to be the oldest tree on the planet. For the love of trees A+ reading material.