Love Pumpkin Spice? You’ll Love These Local Lifestyle Items Even More

What do you think of when you think about fall? I bet you it’s a pumpkin. Everyone’s favorite gourds are ready to harvest by mid-fall and they look great even when not on a plate.

Crate and Barrel, Pumpkin Chocolate Chunk Quick Bread Mix, $30

Fill your home with aromas of cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger with this pumpkin quick bread mix, which bakes up a moist loaf studded with chunks of Callebaut chocolate.

Lynn Tallerico, Joie Small Convertible Belt Bag, $200

Functionally designed, this bag is made from premium quality leather and suede. It can be worn as shoulder, cross body or belt bag, and somehow manages to have pockets for organization.

Kismet, Jennifer Tuton Feather Earrings, $155

These shimmery earrings feature 14K goldfill ear wires, a 24K gold overlay feather chain and deliver lots of drape and movement, making them the perfect subtle statement item.

Marin Bee, Detox Masque, $38

Pumpkin and honey contain powerful alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) and enzymes to slough off dead skin cells. A fan-favorite, this purifies and balances out skin tone without drying. 

Longway, Jungmaven Lorel Tee in Terracotta, $50

A sweet tee that nails it all. Slim, but not fitted. Open neckline and hip-hitting bottom hem. Cap sleeve, but not too short. Mid-weight and slightly slubby in a warm flattering hue.

Pottery Barn, Recycled Glass Pumpkin Candle Cloche, $20-69

These pumpkin-shaped cloches add dimension and unique seasonal flair to candlelight. Made of recycled glass, each is hand blown and slightly different.

RH, Luxe Faux Fur Throw in Lynx, $149-329

Wrap yourself up and drift off to a winter fantasy land with this throw. Woven from finely spun strands it recreates the natural weight, depth of color and indulgent softness of genuine fur.

Soulstice Mind + Body Spa, Nail Colour in Healdsburg, $12

A lush, long-wearing nail color that’s spot-on year-round, this modern take on terracotta is 100% vegan and cruelty-free, and free of formaldehyde and other harmful common chemicals.

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Kasia Pawlowska

Kasia Pawlowska loves words. A native of Poland, Kasia moved to the States when she was seven. The San Francisco State University creative writing graduate went on to write for publications like the San Francisco Bay Guardian and KQED Arts among others prior to joining the Marin Magazine staff. Topics Kasia has covered include travel, trends, mushroom hunting, an award-winning series on social media addiction and loads of other random things. When she’s not busy blogging or researching and writing articles, she’s either at home writing postcards and reading or going to shows. Recently, Kasia has been trying to branch out and diversify, ie: use different emojis. Her quest for the perfect chip is never-ending.