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Autumn walk in Central Park

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One of my favorite times of the year is fall. Just look at the colors! I?ve been craving them ever since last year. When we have time, Edward and I try to go out for a walk in the park to enjoy the prettiness this time of the year (we both work a lot, so it’s important to get out when we can). Last Saturday we had planned a date-day: breakfast in bed, a movie in the romantic cinema (with red leather lazy boys!!), a walk in Central Park, and then relaxing at home before cooking dinner and drinking some wine (of course with candles lit, which is another one of my favorite things about this season). It was so romantic!

What I love about this season as well is the layering opportunities. For our day-date I wore a pair of distressed jeans, a thin white turtleneck with a black silk camisole. On top of that a classic trench coat, and black Chelsea boots. A laid back outfit which felt perfect on the sunny Saturday in Central Park.

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