Fall Style in the North Georgia Mountains & Ginger's Blog Linkup #4


VEST: Old Navy (Similar: HereHere, Here and Here) // PLAID SHIRT Old (Similar: HereHere HereHere  and Here) // CORD LEGGINGS: Hue (Similar: Here in multiple colorsHere in multiple colors Petite and Here in multiple colors Plus Size) // BOOTS: Old (Similar: HereHereHere and Here--very similar & same brand)


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Guys, the week has been super busy, and I'm really worn out and just short on time. I would love to give you all a jam packed post, but that's just not in the cards tonight. Sigh!! Anyway, I do want to give you a little idea of what Fall in the North Georgia Mountains (my second home) looks like.  The leaves are just unbelievably beautiful and colorful, and it's honestly one of my very favorite times of the year. I love everything about it, and that includes my wardrobe options, which are almost always super casual.

When I'm in the mountains in the Fall/Winter, I typically wear tons of jeans or leggings, puffer vests, boots and even plaid shirts. Of course, I wear a full jacket when it's really cold. The truth is that even though it stays much colder than Florida, it just doesn't seem like that biting kind of cold...you know the kind I mean...the kind that chills you through and through. Don't get me wrong, it can feel that cold, but it's usually when it's rainy and wet out. I've gotten to where I really love cord leggings because they are super comfortable and tuck nicely into short or tall boots. I've linked up multiple options above and in the carousel below to achieve a similar look (including petite and plus sizes in the leggings). You won't be disappointed in great cord leggings, and the ones I linked are affordable and come in multiple colors!



The rolling fields and Fall colors are every where in the mountains, and the scenery is just so beautiful. 


Sometimes, I'm absolutely amazed at the vibrant colors of the leaves, and I snap photos every chance I get! I love just walking into the middle of the woods and see how many pretty things I can snap! Well, that's all for today guys! I promise to try to get a mid-week post up. You all know how it is...life steps in and keeps us busy on the things we must do and not always the things we LOVE to do.

Let's not forget that it's Friday, so it's time for Ginger's Linkup! Last week, you may remember that I mentioned I would select two favorite blog posts from the Linkup.  My two favorites are Cheryl and Jennie, and I have posted links to their great posts below. Give them a visit!







Now, let's linkup!






Check Ginger's Blog Link Ups for other great linkups I enjoy every week, and you can too!

I hope you enjoyed my post, and I love hearing your comments! Have a great weekend all!

XOXO,


Julieđź’‹

36 comments :

  1. I always love a good puffer vest!

    xo, Carey
    https://thedaintydetails.wordpress.com

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    1. Oh goodness, me too! I have them in too many colors...if you can have TOO many! LOL Thanks for visiting!

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  2. Would you believe I just bought my 4th puffer vest yesterday? I live in the frigid north, but unless I'm spending hours outside (which is highly unlikely) I usually just need a puffer vest to get me from my car to the inside of the building. They are just so much more comfy and practical. Gorgeous photos! Love your outfit!

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    1. I would believe it. I'm not exactly sure how many I have in my closet in Georgia, but I'm with you...I rarely wear a full puffer coat. I layer a lot in the winter, so a vest works great. Thank you so much for your sweet comments, and thanks for stopping by!

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  3. These are beautiful pictures! We woke up to snow today. I think it will melt but it is way too early for snow. Thanks so much for the shout out hun!
    Cheryl
    https://www.northwestmountainliving.com

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    1. Oh wow, snow! That's wonderful, but early. I'd just love a little cool weather here. Thanks so much for your sweet comments, and you got the most clicks last week on your link! YAY!

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  4. Thank you very much for the shout out, Ginger! I loved the gorgeous photos. I grew up in the mountains of Northeastern Georgia and wonder what area you are in? I miss how gorgeous it is there.

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    1. You are so welcome Jennie! You got the second most clicks last week! You post great content. The outfit photo is outside the Dillard House in Dillard, Georgia, and so are the leaves. The pasture photo is in Clarkesville, Georgia. My house is in Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia, near Helen (the little Bavarian village). You are so lucky to have grown up in Northeast Georgia. It's unbelievably beautiful, and I'm sad every time I leave to come back to Florida.

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    2. Oh, I Love the Dillard House! Fabulous southern food and gorgeous location. Clarkesville is a quaint little town. When we lived in Ga we visited Helen at least once every summer - the boys loved to go tubing. :)

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    3. We love the Dillard House too and try to go at least once every time we're in town. I takes us 45 minutes to an hour to get there. Clarkesville is adorable, and they have several great little restaurants. Me and my dad were eating at the Attic one day in Clarkesville, and who was sitting at the next table over but Ted Turner! I haven't done the tubing yet in Helen, but my husband keeps mentioning it. He did get me to go zip lining, but only once. LOL

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  5. In northern Illinois we've gotten a lot of yellow, but not too much red yet! It looks beautiful around there!

    Mary
    https://www.themarycurator.com/

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    1. Mary, I doubt there's too much red in North Georgia yet. These pics are from last year around the end of October, beginning of November. That's about the time the leaves get really pretty. Thanks so much for stopping by!

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    1. Thank you so much Stephanie, and thanks for visiting!

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  7. Those photos are gorgeous and there's nothing like a great vest for Fall! So pretty!

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  8. Lovely photo :) Thanks for sharing at Welcome To The Weekend Blog Hop, hope to see you on Monday for our next blog hop :)

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  9. Julie, you are so cute! These fall photos are just beautiful, too. And I hear you on the busy aspect...I can't catch up! Thanks for the link up!

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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    1. Awe, thank you Shelbee! You are so sweet!

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  10. Thanks for linking up to Top of the World Style. Can you add me to your email reminder for your party? Thanks.

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  11. Thank you Nicole! I sure will add you to my email reminder! Have a great Sunday!

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  12. Those leaves are SO pretty in that photo! You look so pretty in that fall outfit, love the vest! Can you add me to your email reminder for the party as well? Thanks!

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

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    1. Thank you so much for your sweet comments, Carrie! Of course, I'll add you to the list! Happy Monday!

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  13. Thanks for linking up to Top of the World Style.

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  14. Your second home is in a beautiful area, Julie! And you look terrific, ready for the weather. Thanks for linking up, xo

    -Patti
    http://notdeadyetstyle.com

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  15. Look at all those pretty fall colors!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  16. Nothing quite like a trip to the mountains in the fall :)

    Allie | www.lunavidablog.com

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    1. That's for sure! Thanks for visiting!

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  17. I love Fall - can't get enough of the fashion either!

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    1. Me too! It's just one of my favorite seasons!

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  18. Julie, I totally understand about being way too busy and exhausted to post. I'm so way behind everything that I barley have time to sleep. Anyway, North Georgia looks gorgeous. Fall, hasn't hit South Texas yet, so no beautiful leaves and cool air. You look cute as always, I'm especially love the ankle boots. They are fabulous and I want them. Thank you so much for sharing another awesome post!

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    1. Awe, thank you so much GiGi! You are the sweetest!

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  19. Great photos! It looks like a beautiful part of the world. Thanks for linking up!

    Emma xxx
    www.style-splash.com

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    1. Thank you so much Emma! It is lovely!

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