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Send holiday greetings across town – our the country – with Teleflora

 

Thanksgiving with my extended family – circa the 70’s (not sure the year). I’m in the front with the red pants and blue shirt (what an odd fashion choice).

I truly enjoy Thanksgiving. I always have, and I probably always will.

Sadly, a big family gathering is no longer and option. People have passed on, moved away or simply have other plans (usually it’s dinner with their in-laws). Even my father and stepmother have moved far away (Florida – we’re in NY) and they always spend Thanksgiving in Indiana with my step-siblings anyway.

Just because we can’t all be together doesn’t mean that we don’t want to be. I hope my family and friends will always know that I am thinking of them and wishing them the best. On Thanksgiving especially I am thankful to have them in my life – even if they are far away and we barely see each other.

Picking up the phone and reaching out to family and friends is always the best way to go, especially during the holidays. If you wanted to send a little reminder of your thoughts and well wishes, a floral bouquet is always a welcoming gift.

Teleflora has many wonderful holiday options that would not only make a great gift for a loved one far away (or even across town), but they can also be used as a centerpiece on the holiday table. It’s like you will be with them in spirit, if not in person, and they will think of you every time they glance at the lovely arrangement or bouquet.

Teleflora has new options for Thanksgiving 2017, as well as beloved classics.

Teleflora’s Country Oven Centerpiece $64.95

This vibrant Teleflora centerpiece is perfect for welcoming family and friends at this year’s Thanksgiving gathering! All of fall’s finest blooms are nestled within a hand-glazed stoneware serving dish that can be used year-round, and is FDA-approved to safely serve and store food; microwave and dishwasher-safe.

Teleflora’s Golden Amber Bouquet $49.95

An abundantly brilliant bouquet that blooms with all the colors of fall and arrives in this stunning ombre and opalescent golden mercury glass cube vase. Add a candle to this keepsake vase and it becomes a glowing décor favorite after the flowers have been enjoyed.

Teleflora was kind enough to send me the AMAZING Country Oven Centerpiece.

I love the idea of the reusable serving dish. That makes this arrangement the gift that keeps on giving. Long after the flowers are gone your loved one will have a beautiful serving dish they can use again and again – even next Thanksgiving on their holiday table.

The flowers on my arrangement are still alive and well, so I haven’t had the opportunity to have a good look at the dish yet. The arrangement is so full and abundant that it’s hard to see it.

I LOVE that this arrangement has mini pumpkins and colorful autumn leaves sprinkled throughout. It really puts me in the Thanksgiving/Fall mood every time I look at it.

Here are some photo from my Teleflora Country Oven Centerpiece.

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Some of the flowers were not opened yet when the arrangement first arrived. As you can see in the last two photos the flower were in full bloom by the next day.

I’ve had the arrangement for a week now and it’s still in great condition. The flowers are still alive and vibrant.

I adore this centerpiece! It’s beautiful. I am such a fan of the fall season. It’s my favorite season. Every time I look at this arrangement and see the colorful flowers, adorable mini-pumpkins and realistic looking fall leaves I can’t help but smile.

These are just SOME of the available options from Teleflora for Thanksgiving. I especially love the Cornucopia one.

If you would like to let your loved ones know that you are thinking about them this holiday season, consider sending them Thanksgiving arrangement from Teleflora. They have many to choose from.

To see what they have available visit Teleflora.com. You can also check the brand out on social media. Their links can be found on the bottom of their website.

Do you like to send or receive flowers and floral arrangements?

Have you ever sent or received flowers from Teleflora?

What do you think about the Teleflora Country Oven Centerpiece?

Kimberly

*I received a free product sample to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Fill your home with the magic of the season with Yankee Candles

 

My childhood home at Christmas time (no snow).

I pride myself on having a lovely home. OK… so it’s not always completely clean. There are the occasional dust bunnies running about. And maybe I haven’t cleaned the windows in a few days, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t take pride in our home. It just means I’m a busy person (mom, wife, blogger, teacher’s assistant).

We have five cats. Needless to say they contribute to the mess around our home (hair, litter…). My worse fear is that our home will smell like we have five cats. We are conscientious about keeping the litter box cleaned at all times, and we are quick to clean up their messes (hairballs, accidents…). None the less, I still worry that our home will smell like we have cats.

I am a HUGE fan of scented things around my home – candles, plug ins, oils, wax melts… If it makes our home smell lovely, I’m all for it. I also love how beautiful candles look when they are lit.

I have a plethora of scented things in my home. I have gone so far as to separate them by the various holidays and seasons. It seems like my most popular kind of scents are fall/autumn scents. I have a lot of those. Many of them are pumpkin scented, but I do have plenty of other scents.

Christmas would be my next most popular scents.

I am a firm believer that scent can really effect your mood. That is why I always have some kind of scent going through my home. As soon as I get home from work I light a candle or plug in a diffuser. If I’m having a bad day at work, and one of my kids are home, I’ll have them light a candle or pop in a plug in before I get home so a relaxing scent is swirling through our home when we get home.

One of my most favorite places to shop for my “scent” needs is Yankee Candle. I LOVE Yankee Candle!!!

I know some people get super excited when the IKEA catalogs are delivered to their home. I feel that say way when a new Yankee Candle brochure shows up in my mailbox. Not only does it show off what new products are available, but there are often “scratch and sniff” stickers and a coupon for something special.

Yankee Candle’s Halloween Scent – Forbidden Apple. I LOVE the jar it comes in. I’m going to re-purpose it when the candle is gone.

When it comes to the various holidays/seasons, Yankee Candle is the place to go. Of course they have plenty of lovely candles, but in addition to that they have home decor, products to make your car smell good, and so much more.

Yankee Candle also offers a variety of ways you can add an inviting scent to your home – from plug ins to wax melts and from single wick candles to the glorious two wick candles.

With the holiday season upon us, I want all guests in my home to get the sense of our home being warm and inviting. That is why I am alternating between some amazing seasonal scent.

Here are the scents I have been using since last month – and will continue to enjoy long into the Christmas holiday season.

Powdered Pumpkin Swirl

If you love the scent of pumpkin you’ll LOVE this fragrance. It’s sweet and smells delicious. It reminds me of the pumpkin cupcakes I get at the local bakery that is topped with a sweet, creamy frosting. Mmm… every time I smell this candle I crave pumpkin cupcakes.

Moonbeans on Pumpkins

First of all, I love the title of this candle. How pretty! It does have a pumpkin scent to it, but with a little more. I can’t explain it but it reminds me of a barn. NOT an animal scent – but more so “old wood.” I know that might not sound very appealing, but trust me, it works. This is kind of a more masculine pumpkin scent, if that makes any sense?

Honeycrisp Apple Cider

This smells exactly like a honeycrisp! If you were to blindfold someone and have them smell this candle the first thing they would say is apple. I was leaning more towards a golden delicious apple, but that is only because I am not familiar with all apple names/scents. When I Googled what a honeycrisp apple looked like it saw that its the same kind we usually pick from the local apple orchard, in which case this candle smell exactly like those apples. Yummy!

Warm Luxe Cashmere

This is an ideal scent for crisp, chilly nights. I can see this candle burning while we are snuggled under a blanket and enjoying hot cocoa with marshmallows. It’s a clean, fresh sort of scent. A bit masculine with maybe a touch of floral.

Sweet Fig & Pomegranate

Sweet and fruity best describes this scent. I can see me burning this candle during Thanksgiving dinner.

Sunset Fields

This is another really pretty candle name. My husband likens the scent to soap. I guess he means it smells fresh and clean. It has a lovely floral fragrance. When I close my eyes and smell this candle I can picture myself having a picnic in a meadow with lush grass and colorful wildflowers.

This might not be an idea holiday/seasonal scent but for those of you who want to rush through fall and winter, looking forward to spring and summer, then this would be the scent for you.

White Sage

This candle reminds me of the beach. It would be another great scent for people who prefer spring and summer to enjoy in their home. It reminds me of the beach with a touch of sunscreen and a light scent of flowers.

This are my person opinions on the scents. You’d have to visit your local Yankee Candle store or the website to find out the exact scents.

Take for example White Sage. Look how I described the scent. Now see what is says on the Yankee Candle website.

An elevated mixture of sage and citrus, finessed with sea salt and sandalwood to subtle elegance.

I was close when I said it reminded me of the beach.

With the holiday season upon us, and people are looking or the ideal gift for that special someone on their shopping list, I would recommend Yankee Candle. I know A LOT of people (including men) who appreciate beautiful scented candles.

Did you know you can even PERSONALIZE a candle? Talk about a wonderful gift idea.

You can upload your favorite photo and have it turned into a beautiful candle. Imagine how much a mother or grandmother would appreciate a candle personalized with their child/children or grandchild/children’s photo. As a mom I would LOVE a gift like that.

You can choose the type of candle/container you want, fragrance and label.

You can even personalize a candle for a man. Believe it or not, many men enjoy candles. Yankee Candle has plenty of masculine scents to choose from.

Yankee Candle was kind enough to personalize a candle just for me with my blog’s logo on it. How cool is this?

I keep this on my desk so that I can enjoy it’s amazing scent any time I want.

If you or someone you know has their own business, a personalized candle (or two!) with the logo on it would not only make a great gift, but would also look really nice at your place of business.

Personalized photo candles are available year round from Yankee Candle so you can give the gift of beauty all year long for birthdays, anniversaries, wedding, new baby, new home and so forth.

For more information about these and other Yankee Candle products visit YankeeCandle.com. You can also find a store locator on their website.

You can also find Yankee Candle across all the social media plaforms. All of their links are found on the bottom left of their website.

Are YOU a fan on Yankee Candle? What is your favorite scent/scents and/or products? Feel free to share your thoughts. I always love to hear from readers.

Kimberly

*I received free product samples to review. I am also a frequent shopper at Yankee Candle. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Sending cards has never been easier thanks to My Postcard

 

When it comes to remembering important dates like birthdays, anniversaries and other momentous occasions, I am REALLY bad about it. If it wasn’t for my husband constantly reminding me (he has a GREAT memory), or seeing it written down on my calendar, I’d forget just about everything.

I can remember our wedding anniversary (thankfully) and my sister’s birthday, only because her birthday is the day after our anniversary. Aside from that, I can’t remember anyone’s special day (with the exception of my husband and kids).

I tend to buy A LOT of “belated” birthday cards for people because by the time I remember, go to the store, find the perfect card, write it out, hunt for a stamp (which we never seem to have) and make my way to the post office it’s already too late.

Thankfully I learned of a new service called My Postcard that helps me to create personalized cards quickly, easily and conveniently. There is no looking around for a stamp. There is no need to visit your local card store or post office. All you need to go is visit their website, find the perfect card, fill it out and My Postcard does the rest.

You can even upload your own photos to create a one of a kind card to send out to family and friends.

My Postcard has all occasions available – birthday, anniversary, get well, just because… They even have all the major holidays covered.

I LOVE receiving Christmas cards, but sending out Christmas cards is another story. At one point I was sending out almost 100 cards to family, co-workers and friends – including people I haven’t seen in ages. It was very time consuming, especially because I included a special note with each one of them.

I have since cut down my list dramatically. It’s still time consuming and with my Carpal Tunnel, it’s not easy to hand write things anymore. I rely on my computer and printer to write and print out personal messages to include with each card.

My Postcard helps with that too. You can include a personal note with each card you send out.

Using My Postcard is super easy. Simply visit the website (MyPostcard.com), browse the selections, choose your favorite card and personalize it.

You have your choice of a postcard or a regular greeting card.

Creating a card (or postcard) is fool proof. The website walks you through it step by step. Even someone who is not proficient on the computer can quickly and easy create a card.

Once your card is completed, and you are happy with the results, you can have My Postcard send our the card directly to the recipient. My Postcard prints out the card, addresses it to the recipient, puts a stamp on it and mails it out. You don’t have to do a thing.

I love this idea. I also love that you can create your own personal postcards using your photos.

I used to collect postcards from family and friend when I was little. I still have them too! It’s great to read personal messages from my great-grandparents to me (they have been deceased for decades).

You can even add your own signature. Mine is a bit messy but that is because I created the card on my laptop and had to use my mouse to write my name. My hand isn’t that steady when using the mouse.

Why go for a store bought postcard when you can create your own using photos you have taken from your trip/vacation. To make it even easier, My Postcard has an app you can download and do it all from your smartphone.

Say for example you and your family are enjoying your vacation to Disney World and you want to share some of your best photos with your family. Simply open the app, select your design, upload the photos you want to use (you can choose more than one and make a collage), and My Postcard will do the rest.

While you are sending out postcards you can also order prints directly from My Postcard. You can take care of two things in one shot (sending out cards and ordering prints). How convenient is that?

A card from My Postcard that I sent to my husband.

The app is available from the App Store or Google Play Store. It is free to download.

Cards and postcards start at only $1.99. That is A LOT less then you would spend at a card store. Most cards I find in cards stores are around $3-$4 each, and that doesn’t include a stamp or the time and gasoline it takes to get to/from the card store and to/from the post office.

I also appreciate that I can send out a card at midnight if I wanted to. You can’t do that if you need to pick up a card at a card store.

If you are interested in learning more, visit MyPostcard.com. You can also check the brand out on social media. All of their links are found on the bottom right of their website.

What do you think about My Postcard? Does it look like a service you could use? Feel free to share your thoughts.

Kimberly

*I received a free product sample in order to do this review. I was also compensated, however, the opinions expressed are entirely my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Interior design off the beaten path – how to make bold statement pieces work for you’re your main spaces

*This is a guest post. The opinions expressed are that of the author’s and do no necessarily reflect my own. 

Decorating your home is a confusing task and most of that confusion stems from modern culture that promotes the idea that it’s so complicated that only interior designers can do it right.

It’s kind of like working in an office where everybody is protective of their work and do their best to use big words to make it seem like they, and only they can do it. It might be a clumsy metaphor but those of us who have worked in an office will relate.

So, what do most home owners do?

If we can’t afford a decorator, we tend to stay on the safe side of things and avoid anything that stands out because we’re afraid it might look tacky.

Let us talk about that – let’s talk about how to be bold without being tacky.

To do that in an efficient way, let us take a step back and look at what makes a good practice when working with bold statement pieces.

What’s a statement piece in the first place?

The word is thrown left and right left and right and part of the confusion and the fear people have comes from the fact that nobody clearly defines it. Everybody simply starts talking about colors and trinkets, and you somehow get the impression that everybody understands it but you, because you don’t even have that basic answer – what is a statement piece in the first place.

To tackle it, let’s demystify it.

A statement piece is nothing more than a interior design element (it can be anything from a piece of art, a mirror, painted chair to a mural wal) that’s planned with to say something about you, the person who lives there.

It’s you speaking to your house guest.

Over the years, the word was mulled and repeated so many times that the idea that a “statement piece” is universal and it changes along with the trends.

It doesn’t.

It’s an extension of you and you can choose to “state” whatever you want.

The statements can range from, “I’m a country gal/boy an, although, I live in this fancy place I still cherish my roots” to a simple “I gave this space a lot of thought.”

Once that veil of mystery is down, you are free to tackle the task of designing a space that speaks.

The basic principles

Showcasing and streamlining.

When all said and done, it all comes down to those two principles.

Showcasing means that the design element you’re working with is bold enough to stand out and streamlining means that it works with your space so there are no “sore thumbs”. It’s as simple as that.

Now that we have that out of the way, let’s get specific and move on to some actionable tips on how to actually do it.

“Drilling” down – a few specific tips

The most misunderstood aspect of accents – color

Color is where articles on the topic usual start. They are a dime a dozen but most of them will leave you more confused than you were before reading. In some cases it’s because the authors don’t know the subject to well to begin with but in most cases it’s because of information overload.

If you try to say everything, you end up saying nothing.

So, let’s do the opposite of that – let’s make it really simple and trim it all down to three steps:

  1. If you are working with a room with lots of natural light, go with a more subdued, darker color scheme
  2. If the room doesn’t get a enough natural light, choose a saturated, bright color scheme
  3. Finally, to choose the color of your accent pieces, don’t just guess. We’re in the 21 century, use some of the online tools to choose a color that will compliment the dominant color

It’s as simple as that. Do not over-think it.

The living room – don’t get carried away

It’s easy to get carried away, especially if you do well with one bold new piece. You feel like it added so much to the room that a few more nifty details is the way to go. But where does it stop?

What it means in practice

Limit yourself to three pieces per room and place them in a way that steers the eye towards what you want to be the focal point of the room. Let’s say that you’re proud of that fireplace or video surround system and you want people to notice it.

If you can choose the location of the focal point, make sure that it’s the first thing people see when they walk into a room. Then, to keep their eyes focused on it, use color. In practice this might mean having an accent wall – one wall within the room that stands out.

In the alternative scenario (let’s work with the mentioned fireplace) – one that doesn’t allow for the focal point to be the first thing a visitor sees, steer their eyes. For example, if the focal point if a fireplace, hang a boldly colored painting and make that the first thing they see.

Then, tie that color to a detail like a vase or lamp in the corner, completing the “eye journey” at the fireplace with one bolder piece. Just make sure that none of those overshadows the part of the room that you want to emphasize.

The bedroom – bed is king

The bedroom is the one room where you want to be careful and it’s fair to say that you have the least leeway to experiment.

It might be tempting to splash some vivid colors to impress but, at the end of the day, you want to keep the feeling of tranquility and an open space that breathes.

When it comes to bedrooms, less is usually more and the whole point is to make the space feel welcoming calm and, if possible, bigger than it is.

Remember, the bedroom is all about your perception and not the razzle-dazzle of design. So, instead of investing in expensive artwork or chic armchair, make your bed and mattress a priority. Chose a mattress that evokes the feeling of comfort every time you think about it. Then protect it from time and decay. An elegant mattress protector will be more important than any piece of art.

The best tool you have at your disposal is the wall behind the bed. Going with complementing wallpaper for the wall or two hues darker than the rest of the bedroom will “elongate” the space…create a perception of depth.

The guest bedroom – don’t let it be a waste

If you live in a mansion with 15 rooms this probably won’t apply to you, but for those of us with limited space, one room is a big deal. And dedicating it completely to guest sleepovers is a bit of a waste.

Instead, make it a multi-purposes space. Instead of a permanent bed, go with an air mattress that you can set up and down as needed.

It’s where creativity meets practicality – besides allowing you to use to room as a den or an office space when guests are not around, and airbed can be also be a statement piece. The best air mattresses today are more than a piece of inflatable furniture.

If you choose right, a good air bed becomes a bold detail that will make the room look like it belongs on the cover on a magazine.

Tying it all together – short and long term planning

One last piece of advice (and an important one too) is looking at the bold pieces you add as whole that ties in the whole house, especially if you are working with color.

Statement piece like a bold yellow wall in your living room and purple vases or lamps in the lobby give of the impression of a poorly though out space.

So, when adding touches of personal flair, think broad and have a short and long-term plan in mind – one that will tie in the rooms into a cozy home.

 

 

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Haunted Halloween Fun from Oriental Trading Company

 

My dining room table last Halloween.

I LOVE to decorate for the various holidays and seasons. Halloween and Christmas are my two most favorite times of the year to decorate. Some people might say that Halloween is my favorite, but honestly, I enjoy decorating for both Halloween and Christmas just about the same.

When my kids were little I kept the decorations “G” rated so as not to frighten them and give them bad dreams. As soon as they were old enough I swapped out cutsie decor for more sinister things. Gone are the colorful plastic pumpkins, fluffy plush animals and dolls that dance and sing. They’ve been replaced with life sized zombies, skeletons, mummies, bats and more.

We live in a condo complex. I’d have to say 95% of the residents DON’T decorate for the holidays. We do, and our neighbors notice. We receive a lot of comments from people who live in our complex about our decorations and how much they enjoy seeing what we put up year after year.

I love to rotate the items I have to decorate with. I have a few key pieces that I put out year after year. Other decorations I put out every other year so as not to look at the same thing all the time.

Notice the eerie glowing eyes in the background?

I am always on the look out for new goodies to add to our holiday decoration collection. Since I need to keep to a budget I like to visit shops like Oriental Trading Company where I know I can find great deals on holiday decor and more.

This year I picked up a few new pieces that have been a hit with visitors.

One of my favorite new pieces this year is the Haunted Gargoyle TV from Oriental Trading Company. It looks like a small television, but it holds an eerie surprise. When you turn the dial – watch out! You are in for a big surprise.

Check out my brief video (below).

 

How cool is that? I love it!

The television is made of hard plastic, but it’s very light weight. The “screen” is made with some kind of fabric-like material.

To use simply turn the dial, then step back and watch the magic happen. The face really does pop out of the screen.

On a scale of one to ten for awesomeness, this Halloween decoration is a TWELVE!

The ONLY negative I can think of is that it’s very loud. I remedied this by taping a thick piece of cardboard over the speaker.

Another fun Halloween decoration that is sure to send shivers down your spine is a creepy Halloween Animated Owl.

This is a large decoration, as you can see in the brief video I made (below).

 

The owl is motion and sound activated (you can hear me clap in the video). He makes owl sounds, movies his head and his eyes glow an eerie orange color.

As it is with the Haunted Gargoyle TV, the volume is rather loud for the owl too. I did the same thing to the owl as I did the TV (I taped a thick piece of cardboard over the speaker).

Currently our owl is inside. On Halloween night I plan on putting him outside so that every time a trick-or-treater comes by he’ll hoot and make scary sounds.

The owl is selling on Oriental Trading Company for only $19.98. For something of this quality its a great price.

Both items require batteries in order to operate. Even when they are not being used they are still fun Halloween decorations.

Notice the great details including the yellowed fingernails. Gross!

Another new piece that we added to our Halloween decor this year is a fun Zombie Hand Napkin Holder, although we use it to hold our cellphones when we are charging them.

This is cute on it’s own, or even better if you set out a spooktacular Halloween tablescape for your holiday guests.

Right now we only have one hand. Next Halloween (if they are still available) I want to pick up several more so I can decorate our dining room table with one at each place setting.

Oriental Trading Company has A LOT more than just Halloween decorations. They have Halloween candy, non-candy treats to give our to children, costumes and so much more. They are literally your one stop shop for all things Halloween related. They even have Halloween crafts which are great to do with a classroom, Sunday School craft or just something fun to do with your children or grandchildren.

If you would like to check out all that Oriental Trading Company has to offer, visit OrientalTrading.com. You can also find the brand on social media. All of the links are found on their website.

Do you shop at Oriental Trading Company? Are you in the market for Halloween decor, costumes or candy?

Feel free to comment and share your thoughts. I always love to hear from readers.

Kimberly

*I received free products in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Marshalls Fall 2017 Style Surprises Report

 

The calendar says it’s autumn, but the 80+ degree temperatures here in New York say otherwise.

Fall is my favorite season. If these was a place where weather was fall-like 365 days per year I’d move there in a heart beat.

I love everything about fall – the cooler temperatures (if that ever happens!), the start of the holiday season (Halloween, Thanksgiving…), the beautiful, colorful leaves and swapping out my shorts and tee shirts for leggings and sweaters.

I want SO BADLY to swap out my summer wardrobe for my fall wardrobe, but the weather is not allowing me to do that. It’s been unseasonable HOT lately. We’ve even had to break down and put on the air conditioner.

I love to shop for a new pieces to add to my seasonal wardrobe. I like to keep up with current fashion trends. At the same time I enjoy wearing some of my favorite (comfy!) staples that I keep in my wardrobe year after year.

Marshalls is one of my favorite places to shop for new additions to my wardrobe, as well as for holiday and seasonal decor. I especially LOVE their holiday and seasonal decor. My husband often jokes with me that I can’t shop at Marshalls without “adult supervision” because he knows I’m going to come home with bags of great finds. Ha Ha.

Marshalls recently took a survey to find out how consumers feel about shopping this time of the year. They surveyed 1,000 women ages 25-54 to verify a few things. The results can be found below. Some of the results surprised me.

Fashion

  • 2/3rds of women believe they’re better stylists than fashion experts
  • When shopping, four in five women often search for the one piece that brings their whole look together
  • 93% of women say the thrill of the find is their favorite part of shopping
  • Women say their top must-have fall piece are boots or booties, followed by denim and layering pieces.
  • 79% of women believe combining patterns and textures create the most stylish fall looks

Beauty

  • More than half of women are wearing more dramatic makeup this fall than they did last season
    • Women 25-29 (68%) are more likely than women overall (55%) to play up cosmetic colors
  • Women are buying skincare treatments with healthy, natural ingredients. The top ingredients are charcoal, tea tree and turmeric
  • Women in the Northeast are more than twice as likely to look for gold in skincare products than women in the Midwest

Home

  • 72% of women believe it doesn’t feel like fall until they put out their first pumpkin decoration
  • Top fall décor styles are traditional (31%), rustic (25%) and contemporary (24%)
  • Women in their early 50s are more likely to decorate their homes in traditional styles while women in their late 20s are choosing more vintage styles.

I have to laugh at the above stat about how 72% of women don’t feel like it’s fall until they put out their first pumpkin decoration. I would think people would say it was fall as soon as “pumpkin spice” EVERYTHING started to pop up.

I’m also curious about gold in skincare. That piqued my interest. I’d love to learn more about that.

Unlike most retailers, Marshalls brings an ever-changing selection of high-quality, on-trend merchandise that is trending right now into every Marshalls store—every single week. That is why I always love to stop by my local Marshalls every time I am in that area. You never know what good finds you see there. I love how their inventory is always changing, especially when it comes to the various seasons.

If you are looking for Halloween costumes for your child, you should check out Marshalls. I was just there yesterday and they have some beautiful costumes (I most especially love their princess costumes for children).

To find a Marshalls location near you visit MarshallsOnline.com. They have a store locator on their website. You can also find the brand on social media.

Do you agree (or disagree) with any of the survey results? Did any of the results suprise you? Feel free to comment and share your thoughts. I always love to hear from readers.

Kimberly

*I have partnered with Marshalls to bring you this information. I received a store gift card in exchange for my participation. There was no other compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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