Fall For The Most Instagrammable Autumnal Destinations

Fall For The Most Instagrammable Autumnal Destinations

Cosy season is officially upon us and, with the arrival of our NEW Autumn/Winter collection, we couldn’t be more excited for a new Fall wardrobe.  

To celebrate the launch, this week we’re rounding up the most instagrammable places to enjoy the autumn! Check out our guide to the perfect spots to shoot that pumpkin spice latte and cosy knit combo in…

Vermont, United States

Autumn is all about taking in the beauty of nature and the stunning fall foliage in the beautiful state of Vermont delivers the perfect brown and orange hues to give you that new season feeling. Go on a walk in the woods, take a selfie on one of the many quant wooden bridges, cosy up in a log cabin and be sure to tour the Ben & Jerry’s Factory to indulge in a sweet treat whilst you’re there.

Varanasi, India

In late October, Diwali dawns and there’s no better place to celebrate than in India. The Hindu festival of lights is the country’s most spectacular festival and provides a true feast for the senses, with festivities running over several day. Pay a visit to Varanasi where you can take in incredible firework displays that explode with stunning effect over the Ganges.

Ejin Banner, Mongolia

Revered for its scenic landscape and its rare Euphrates poplar trees that make up one of the largest forests of its kind in the world, Ejin Banner offers a stunning backdrop for any woman who longs to wander. In Autumn, these leaves burst in vivid shades of gold which are mirrored in the lake beneath creating a breath-taking sight. Whilst you’re there, take a visit to Juyan Lake, one of the only desert wetlands which transforms into a golden spectacle for the Fall season.

Munich, Germany

For those already missing the drinks in pub gardens and cocktails on roof terraces that come with the summer season, then Munich is THE Fall destination to keep the fun going. From the end of September to early October the city comes alive with their Oktoberfest celebrations. As the world’s largest folk festival, the event is brimming with tourists in dirndls and lederhosen, giving you the chance to get together in traditional costume for an indulgent mix of beer, pretzels and wurst. Ideal for those who want to celebrate the dawn of a new season in style.

Saiho-ji, Japan

Whilst Kyoto may be on many Emma Wallace Women’s bucket lists, for the Fall it’s all about visiting Sajho-ji. With a moss garden featuring over 120 varieties, it’s no surprise Saiho-ji is also known as the ‘moss temple’. Reserve your visit in advance and head to the golden pond for the best view where the green moss contrasts against burnt orange autumn leaves – a true sight to capture.

Now you know where you need to wander this Fall, check out the new AW19 collection and add upgrade your look for the new season.


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