A Walk in Joules autumn collection

I am not a fan of the cold, I think it’s fair to say but a walk in Joules autumn collection will put a smile on my face and some roses in my cheeks.

Hibernating for six months of the year just isn’t an option, with two very active little twin boys to entertain. Embracing the changing seasons is something that I’ve learnt to do, ever since becoming a mother.

A few weekends ago, in search of adventure, we wrapped up warmly and headed out to the forest where I spent much of my childhood.

It is beautiful at any time of year; but never more so than in the autumn.

The trees — dressed in their seasonal finest — a riot of colour. Their last swan-song before the leaves drop and winter takes a hold.

We’d gone with the intent of looking for woodland creatures but it never takes too much to distract the attention of my two little sons and before too long they were swinging from trees and playing hide and seek.

A Walk in Joules Autumn Collection

Contessa tweed cape from Joules
My favourite tweed cape from Joules
Fall boots — suede desert boots for the twins and leather boots for me!
A Walk in Joules autumn collection
Bertie sporting a gillet from Joules Autumn Collection
Bracken in the hand
My cheeky monkey swinging from the tree!
Tweed poncho with faux fur from Joules
Lumberjack shirt for him, tweed cape for her

The 100 Acre wood

I love the forest. If you stop and listen there are so many different sounds.

Birdsong, the rustle of leaves high above in the trees but at this time of year, it’s also rutting season so occasionally you hear the bark of a fallow deer.

A Walk in Joules autumn collection
A Walk in Joules autumn collection
A Walk in Joules autumn collection — tweed cape with fur collar
A Walk in Joules autumn collection

On our wildlife spotting mission we were lucky enough to spot some amazing animals.

A couple of wolf cubs lurking in the trees; one was even nibbling an apple!

We saw fantastical woollen creatures; with funny faces and knitted ears. And the twins’ favourite spot was a little beaded hedgehog, glinting in the sun.

Little woolly wolf hat
A Walk in Joules autumn collection
A Walk in Joules autumn collection
A Walk in Joules autumn collection

Nature At Its Best

It’s a magical place.

And even though it’s only a short walk from the village that I grew up in, it feels a million miles away from anywhere.

In this digital age everything is so fast; cars, food, fashion and news.

Taking a couple of hours away from the hustle and bustle — and reconnecting with nature — is sometimes just what we need to re-charge our batteries.

joules contessa cape — tweed cape with fur collar
This Joules cape with fur collar is the perfect autumn throw on
A Walk in Joules autumn collection
A Walk in Joules autumn collection
Hiding in plain sight! I love this tweed cape so much!

There’s definitely something restorative about being in the great outdoors.

Wrapping up warm, going for a long walk Playing outside in the fresh air is good for the soul.

And reminded me that cold weather is maybe not so bad after all.

My three lovely boys

Thanks so much to our lovely friends at Joules for kitting out the boys and me, for the purposes of styling this post.

Caro Davies editor of The Listed Home
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Caro Davies is a former art-director turned writer and content-creator, and editor behind UK lifestyle blog The Listed Home. She writes about home-related topics, from interiors and DIY to food and craft. The Listed Home has been featured in various publications, including Ideal Home, Grazia, and Homes & Antiques magazines.

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5 thoughts on “A Walk in Joules autumn collection”

  1. Looks like so much fun! The outfits are gorgeous! Perfect for that autumnal look.
    Can I ask where abouts this beautiful forest is? It looks familiar, but I can’t put my finger on it!

  2. So much gorgeousness in one post. And get Dickie!! He’s amazing. He needs to give Paul natural posing tips x

    • Thanks darling — and YES!!! I have a catalogue model in the making there, don’t I!!!! Who knew that my man-shaped boy had aspirations of becoming a model, hahaha!!!!

      It was SUCH a good day — I love the forest so much. Amazing to take the boys there. I used to spend every waking minute there when I was growing up :) xx


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