Things I miss about Autumn

Being here in the Bahama’s this year is the first time in my 26 years that I won’t be in England to experience the wonder that is autumn, or fall, for my friends my side of the pond.

I absolutely adore summer with it’s sunshine and warmer weather, hence why I’m here in the Bahamas, but there is something special about Autumn that I just can’t help but love.

So I definitely feel a pang of jealousy seeing all of the Autumn related posts on social media, especially as even autumn inspired home-ware is few and far between here, and I will miss being a part of the nice thing autumn brings.


Luckily they do have candles here, and some autumn inspired scents at that, but it’s a generic Yankee-esque that just isn’t fulfilling my craving for buying thousands of B&M Bargains answer to Bath and Body Works. I managed to find the last autumn candle in the shop, cinnamon pecan swirl, and this candle is the only autumn thing I have so please enjoy the thousands of photos I took of it!


The change in season means a change in wardrobe and it gets me so excited to go into Primark in search of the latest knitwear. Not having the weather to need jumpers is one thing, but the lack of Primark is another. I’m missing that badly already!


Getting snuggled up and cosy with fluffy tartan blankets is the epitome of autumn and they also make amazing blog props. I barely have the need for pyjamas let alone blankets and the chance of finding a nice patterned number is slim to none.


The array of tartan scarves I had to leave behind breaks my heart as you never saw me without one in England. As you can probably already tell, there is zero need for scarves here, so yeah, I’m a little bit sad about that!


The drop in temperature means that a Sunday morning walk is a special sight to behold as the low sun shines on the leaves falling freshly on the ground. The only falling off trees that we get here are coconuts and old palm tree leaves that come off in huge big strips!


Everybody’s Insta’s are turning so autumnal and I don’t have the access to any pretty things to make my grid match and that upsets me a little bit! I’m off to Miami in October so I’m hoping that I can pick up some bits there.


I’m very grateful that there are an abundance of Starbucks here so I can get my Pumpkin Spice fix (even if it is the Frappucino version as I can’t hack a hot latte in this heat) but there’s a distinct lack of pumpkins here, except for at the expensive shop where they’re upwards of $17 (about £15) which is super steep compared to the £2 ASDA ones back home.

So autumn is going to be a bit different for me this year, and whilst I love where I am, I can’t help but feel a pang of sadness for the autumn traditions back home.

What are your favourite things about autumn/fall? I’d love to know in the comments below!

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14 thoughts on “Things I miss about Autumn

  1. I’m in Florida. Seasons don’t change much here either. When the leaves do change they go from green to brown/dead. Not very exciting. Eventually we’ll get a few days or a week here and there where it’s cold enough for a sweater & jacket. At least no snow in winter (I hate snow with a fiery passion).

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  2. I hear you! I’m in Florida and there is no change in season, well barely! I’ve only been here two months and I’m used to the English seasons. Sad times. Although, my plan is to make the most of the warm sunshine and the positive vibes it gives off in the morning, VS the dull bleak colder mornings they’ll be having in the UK… that’s the plan anyways!

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    1. Ooh how fabulous I’d love to chat to you more about your experience! Fall in America is cool though you get to buy cool homeware atleast! and Halloween in the US is super cool! It is definitely something that the mornings aren’t as cold as at home though thats true! xo

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  3. I’m exactly the same Sophie, I keep cranking up the air con and lighting some candles! Thankfully it’s rainy season here in Bangkok so I can almost convince myself when its evening and I can hear the rain on the windows that I’m back in England and its a lovely cosy autumn night!!! x

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    1. Ooh wow how long are you in Bangkok? I’m glad it isn’t just me that misses it, there is definitely something special about English autumn isnt there! I do love a cosy night snuggled with a blanket!! xo

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  4. Oh my gosh that’s amazing that your in the Bahamas! I would love to be there right now instead of feeling frozen. The autumn season is pretty here but what I would give for some sunshine!


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  5. You might be missing Autumn, but wait till it’s snowy and gross and sludgy here, and we’ll all be super jealous of you and missing the heat.. 😍 At least you can still watch Halloween and Christmas movies out there, they’re some of my favourite parts of this season! 🙊

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