Who’s Excited for Autumn? (Hocus Pocus tees are BACK!) 

Although we still, technically, have a few more weeks of summer left, it’s seriously starting to feel like fall in my neighborhood. The leaves are starting to change and the evenings are getting cooler. And although I’m sad to see summer go, I won’t lie, I am SO FREAKING EXCITED FOR FALL!!!!!! Like, whoa. If you’re feeling similar, not quite ready to let go of summer, I feel you. But maybe I can tempt you into the autumn spirit with a few exciting products, plus a bunch of fall-time crafts, cocktails, etc., that you can make at home if you’re feeling it.

So first, Hocus Pocus tees and hoodies are BACK! Last year, we launched these as our first limited-edition items at Oui Fresh and they were such a smash hit that we knew we needed to bring them back this year. They won’t be around for long, so make sure to snag yours before they are gone. We LOVED seeing so many of you wearing these to your office or taking your kiddos trick-or-treating last year, and can’t wait to see where you wear yours this year, too!

And Oui Fresh has lots of other fall-time goodness for you in case you already have your Hocus Pocus tee. Why not snag a Damn Fine Cup of Coffee mug and make your own homemade PSL latte (homemade PSL syrup recipe here)? Cozy. We also have tons of 100% pure essential oils in scents that are sure to get your home feeling fresh and fall time-y. No matter if you diffuse, use in your skin care routine, or for DIY natural cleaning products, these scents will have your home feeling like a cozy cabin in the woods in no time.

If you’re needing to gently ease yourself into the fall vibes, why not make yourself an autumn-flavored cocktail this weekend? Might I suggest a Spiced Vanilla Bean Bushwacker or Elsie’s favorite fall cocktail? Yum!

Looking to get your craft on? There is just something about the fall time that makes me want to stay home and make something cozy, right? Here’s a tutorial to make a pom pom beanie from an old (or thrifted) sweater, and Rachel’s easy patchwork quilt tutorial.

Maybe you’re like me and you’re ALL IN on autumn already? Like, “I’m already working on my Halloween costume” ready. Ha! Well, in that case, check out these super simple DIYs for a succulent planter skull and skull candle holder. They both make excellent and slightly spooky centerpieces. Or you can check out our entire Halloween archives here. xoxo. Emma

Credits // Author: Emma Chapman. Photography: Elsie Larson, Emma Chapman, Amber Ulmer, and Laura Gummerman.