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Thursday, October 14, 2021

affordable fall home decor 2021


If you've been in the Roses and Rain Boots community for a while now, then you know how much I LOVE updating our home seasonally with fall home decor. I enjoy updating our home based on the different seasons and incorporating other fabrics, decor, and hues accordingly. 

It's no secret fall is a favorite! I love the cozy and inviting feeling of fall. It always makes it feel like home. There are so many fun things to do during the fall (Check out this blog post here for my Fall New England travel guide), and I like our home to reflect that. 

While decorating for each season can seem daunting or expensive, it doesn't have to be. Today I'm sharing my tips for decorating your home without breaking the bank and my favorite fall items this season. 

Tuesday, October 12, 2021

New England Fall Travel Guide

Good morning lovely, 
I'm excited to finally share a round-up of my top 10 things to do in New England this fall. Fall in New England is definitely an experience. It's some of the best weather we get. It's chilly in the morning and evening, making it perfect for sweater weather and gorgeous in the daytime, making it optimal for outdoor activities. 


Tuesday, October 5, 2021

3 chic and affordable ways to style pants for the office this fall



Hello lovely, it's been a while, to say the least!

I'm excited to share some great looks for work this fall season. Speaking of seasons, I'm all about the pants this fall season. Sidebar- that makes me think about the song by Meghan Trainor, "All About the Bass," But anyway, back to the topic at hand. I'm usually a skirt or dresses kind of a gal, but lately, I've been really into some fun pants for work.


Wednesday, September 1, 2021

affordable workwear for spring



Workwear has quickly become one of my favorite things to shop for! The reality is, I wear work clothes five days a week, so as a result, I wanted to feel good with what I was wearing. 

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Monday, May 10, 2021

Tulip Farm, New England Living


Trench coat (now available in blush!) // smocked sundress // Hunter rain boots 

If my blog title didn't give it away, I clearly have a thing for flowers. Any chance I have to take a visit to a flower farm is a definite yes for me. Last night, my mom and I visited the local tulip farm and had so much fun! 

Wicked Tulips, recently opened a smaller second location, which provides for a more intimate experience. Tickets are required in order to access the field, and each ticket gets you 10 pick your own tulips. I also love the idea of 'bring your own bucket' it makes for some unique and personal finds.

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