Autumn is my favorite season. It’s not too hot, it’s not too cold, and it certainly isn’t snowing yet. The beautiful leaves changing colors only adds to how much I love this season, and that autumn seems to last a full 3 months on the East Coast doesn’t hurt either. Another reason I love fall is that I can wear cute, comfortable layers without overheating, and that’s why I broke out my favorite Barbour Beadnell Jacket in sage green and my new recycled cashmere turtleneck for autumn.
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I love this Barbour Beadnell Jacket in sage green, because not only is it my favorite color, it’s a great piece for layering. I paired this with a cozy recycled cashmere turtleneck, my go-to jeans, and my favorite sage green Hunter Boots as the perfect cozy, comfortable, and warm outfit for exploring Vermont. I don’t like feeling too warm, particularly in the fall or spring when the temperatures can vary wildly from morning to night, which is why I like layering like this.
This recycled cashmere turtleneck, from one of my favorite sustainable brands, Everlane, comes in 8 gorgeous colors, from lush neutrals like the Heathered Sand I’m wearing here, to the vibrant Bright Cobalt, there’s a color for every outfit. This is the softest, plushest cashmere turtleneck I own, and because it’s sustainably sourced and made from recycled cashmere, there’s no waste generated from this garment.
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I’ve been a big fan of Barbour jackets for years (see a few here and here), because they’re so durable, comfortable, stylish, and easy to repair. Barbour offers repair services should your jacket become damaged (none of my jackets or even my husband’s jackets have ever been damaged), and they also offer rewaxing services for their waterproof jackets, like the Beadnell waxed jacket I’m wearing here. This keeps your jacket waterproof and helps your jacket last longer.
Some of my family members have had their Barbour jackets for decades, and with proper care, they still look excellent. Their styles are timeless too, which means with proper care, they can be enjoyed decade after decade, without looking out of place.
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