Sweater Weather

There’s something really wonderful about being home on a crisp Fall morning. I like to stay in comfy clothes all day (bring on the fuzzy socks!), open a few windows, brew some of my favorite coffee and light a cozy, Autumn themed candle. The mix of fresh air, homey scents and soft fabrics makes for an incredibly relaxing experience. tumblr_inline_msxg7ypuzs1qz4rgp

Unfortunately, I don’t get as many days spent lounging at home as I would like, so I started using an hour or so of my morning to curl up with my coffee and a good book before starting my day. This allows me to ease into a busy day feeling relaxed and slightly pampered, which I really believe affects how the rest of my day goes.

Another great way to recreate that wonderful Fall morning feel is with this Bath and Body Works Wallflower Plug-In in the scent Sweater Weather.


The scent is described by Bath and Body Works as a “blend of eucalyptus, juniper berry and fresh sage that celebrates the arrival of sweater weather”. I love it because it combines the comforting scents of the season while still being very fresh. It’s cozy and crisp, just like Fall.

This scent comes in candle form as well as a room spray but I like the long lasting affects of the Wallflower (which retails for around $6 or mix and match 6 for $24).

Not every day can be spent at home in fuzzy socks but there are small ways to incorporate cozy moments into your everyday life. Try plugging in a Sweater Weather Wallflower and spend an hour of your morning doing something you truly enjoy, I guarantee you’ll feel relaxed and ready to take on another day.

What are you going to spend an hour each day doing for yourself? Let me know in the comments or you can tweet me @missvranhalen

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