EQUINOX STATE OF MIND

“To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.” – George Santayana

The autumnal equinox signifies not only a shifting of daylight but a shift in our perception. After long summer days spent chasing sunlight, autumn—especially in the South—almost sneaks up on you and brings your days back home, to hearth and harvest.

ALABAMA CHANIN – EQUINOX STATE OF MIND

This coral and burnt orange combination is reminiscent of fallen leaves or embers in the fireplace—or of the Harvest Moon, our last best chance to make the most of the daylight hours.

ALABAMA CHANIN – EQUINOX STATE OF MIND

ALABAMA CHANIN – EQUINOX STATE OF MIND

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  1. Marjie

    Love the neckline and shape of this tunic…give me a boatneck every day of the week! And my lifelong love (and fear) of orange is thoroughly satisfied by seeing the more neutral top with the lovely orange wide leg pants. I could pull off this look!!

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