September Editorial Blog Post

September Editorial Blog Post

There’s something about the fall season, and the month of September in particular, that feels like a fresh start. Maybe it’s because there are so many events this month that close one chapter and begin another. The official first day of fall isn’t until September 23rd, but Labor Day Weekend more or less signifies the end of summer. And even if it’s been years since you were last enrolled in classes, the back-to-school season brings an undeniable shift in energy and offers everyone the promise of a fresh start. It’s undeniable: We’re in an autumn state of mind, and we love it.


Not to play favorites, but fall is our favorite season of the year. There are so many autumnal activities we look forward to: going apple picking, baking pumpkin-flavored treats, attending fall festivals, wearing wooly sweaters and scarves, going for a walk or a hike to admire the vibrant colors of the changing leaves, and jumping into big piles of said leaves. All year long, we look forward to the months where the weather is not too hot, but not too cold. It’s been fun, sandal season, but we’re ready to wear all of our favorite socks again.

September Is Here, and Our Sock Drawer Is so Happy

Maybe we’re biased, but we seriously missed wearing socks every single day, and we’re thankful they’re part of our daily outfits again. Wool socks, camp socks, thick socks, knee socks—we’re going all out. Maybe it’s a liiittle too early in the season for thick socks, but you know what? It’s fall, and we’re excited. Catch us effortlessly slouching them under our duck boots on our way to get a Pumpkin Spice Latte.

Thank Goodness It’s September, Because We’re so Ready for Fall

But September isn’t going to be all fun and games. This month has a Friday the 13th, so if you’re superstitious, don’t plan any big activities that day. Instead, plan to stay home and curl up with a good book or your TV remote. Or, better yet, organize your sock drawer. If you make it through Friday the 13th unscathed, you’ll have the start of Oktoberfest in Germany to look forward to a few weeks later on September 21st. Even if you can’t make it to Munich, you can celebrate with another one of our favorite parts of fall: pumpkin ales, pecan ales, and harvest shandys. Cheers to the arrival of autumn! Looking for a promo code?