8 Things Not To Do This Fall
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8 Things Not To Do This Fall

Your definitive guide to Fall 2016.

8 Things Not To Do This Fall

The countdown is finally over to the greatest time of the year. Also known as the greatest time of the year to bring out your "basic" side. You don't have to hide your love for all things pumpkin, cozy and warm. While there are "fall bucket lists" out there everywhere, here are a few fall "don'ts" to help you optimize this season.

1. DON'T go to Starbucks and order anything other than a PSL. Make sure to take a selfie holding your Starbucks cup. Pics, or it didn't happen.

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PSL = Fall in a cup.

2. DON'T even think about wearing a scarf if it isn't an infinity scarf. It doesn't matter if it's still kind of hot out. Bonus points if you have a small infinity symbol tattoo on your wrist.

3. DON'T go outside without wearing your Ugg boots, complete with black leggings. Wear them to work, school, dinner, brunch, and church. Absolutely no exceptions.


4. DON'T go to any bonfires unless you are holding a cup of hot apple cider and wearing an oversized flannel. Most preferably stolen from your current bae (but don't worry, your Instagram followers will never know if it's actually your dad's). Remember your infinity scarf.

5. DON'T jump into a pile of leaves without taking a video for Insta. Use the Boomerang app to get the most likes. (Be sure to be wearing your uggs!)

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6. DON'T forget to document your trip to the pumpkin patch. Find the biggest pumpkin and the best filter. Bonus points if your boots are in the picture too.


7. DON'T leave any room in your house before lighting your pumpkin scented candles from Bath and Body Works. Make sure to buy the matching soap, hand sanitizer and lotion as well.

And last, but not least,

8. DON'T forget to mark your calendars for the Cuffing Season Draft 2016!! *Cue "Sweater Weather" by The Neighborhood*

Happy Fall!

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