Fall

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Metallics

Metallics started to get popular last winter season and are even bigger this time around. From graphite to gold, anything with a shimmer is in for the season.



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Nude

Nude is usually more popular in the spring and summer months, but I think sporting it in the fall will be so fresh and perfect. You can’t beat the effortless, clean look of a nude nail!



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Deep Red

Even though red is always in style, deep, rich hues are especially popular for the upcoming fall season. Love the chic, timeless look this pop of color gives!



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Grey

I love grey. It goes with everything and is my go to color on those indecisive days. It’s the perfect color to wear when you don’t know what to wear, and it’s the perfect nail shade when you want something on your nails but need a color that will go with a lot of different looks.

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Ok so maybe’s its “vegan” ;) but still, I LOVE these great affordable leather pieces. Leather is a must this season and there are so many unique ways to wear it other than in jacket form. These are some of my favorites and all are under $200!

1. Midnight Quilted Bomber Jacket 2. Vegan Leather Hooded Motorcyle Jacket 3. Dillon Vegan Leather Shift Dress 4. Mini Skirts with Zips 5. Straight Leather Midi Skirt 6. Keep It Rockin’ Vegan Leather Cropped Skinny

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Roasted Fall Vegetable + Ricotta Pizza

People seem to have varied emotions when it comes to Pinterest. Most of my friends either love it or hate it, I happen to be one that for the most part, loves it. I find it inspiring (if you follow the right people) and a really great resource for organizing everything from inspiration for a project I’m working on to recipes I want to try. So on that note, I’m sharing with you guys 4 Pinterest Recipe Successes. I think we’ve all had DIY’s or recipes that have not delivered the “super easy” results the instructions promised but these are tried and true, absolutely delicious recipes. They’re all vegetarian and pretty appropriate for the Fall season.

This Roasted Fall Vegetable + Ricotta Pizza is SO SO good. Slightly healthy comfort food at its best. Jake actually made this for us last weekend for a little at home date night we had. The recipe is super easy to make, all you do is roast a bunch of veggies and put them on top of store bought pizza dough.

TIP: If you’re only making 1 pizza you only need half of the amount of veggies the recipe calls for. We made all 6 cups and had TONS left over.

 

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Pan-Seared Brussels Sprouts with Cranberries + Pecans

Between entertaining with this recipe and making it for us at home I’ve probably made this about 6 times since finding the recipe a few months ago. It is soooo good. Like I eat this as an entree because a small side portion isn’t enough. This recipe really does take about 15 minutes from prep to cooking to make and it only has 7 ingredients. This is a perfect Fall side dish.

TIP: I left out the barley every time I make it and don’t think it’s lacking at all. I also just mix in dried cranberries because I always have a bag in the fridge once the brussels sprouts are made instead of using fresh cranberries.

 

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Herb + Mozzarella Mushroom with Garlic Toasts

Ok I’ve only made this recipe once because lets be honest, it’s not exactly the healthiest of choicest, BUT it is loaded with cheese making it absolutely amazing and the perfect thing for a night when you just want to indulge a little or to serve as an appetizer at a holiday party. This one’s also easy to make and is as delicious as it looks. I followed this recipe exactly as it is.

 

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Roasted Zucchini, Black Bean + Goat Cheese Enchiladas

Roasted Zucchini, Black Bean + Goat Cheese Enchiladas…You guys need to try this recipe. This is another dish that I’ve entertained with, brought to a friend who just had a baby and made for us at home several times. Between making it so many times and it being such a simple and easy recipe, I now know it by heart. All you need are: tortillas, black beans, zucchini, red onion, Trader Joe’s Enchilada Sauce and goat cheese. This is a little spin on traditional mexican and a staple meal in our house!

TIP: Taking the extra time to char both sides of the tortilla in a pan over medium high heat is really worth it. It makes the tortilla’s more durable and keeps them nice and chewy instead of getting soggy.

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We are all in luck this season because sweatpants, yes you read right, sweatpants are totally on trend and popping up everywhere right now. There are so many great ways to style sweatpants but this is also a look that can very easily go very wrong. If worn right, I love how cool and effortless a Read more…

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