A Metaphysical Fashion Guide To Beat Seasonal Affective Disorder

I love all things pumpkin flavored, orange leaves on the ground and even the cold breeze. But as much as I love the beautiful fall weather, this time of the year can be tricky with its lack of sunshine. If you are feeling a little blue and sad, well, there is a pretty good chance your case of sad is in fact S.A.D, Seasonal Affective Disorder. While its nothing to be alarmed of, we certainly can kick the blues brought on by the gloominess in style! My favorite way to beat the blues is to mix style and fashion with color therapy and metaphysical enhancements.

First on my list, intentional jewelry. I absolutely love this Gem + Remedy Bracelet for Positivity, Stability and Courage. This gorgeous aquamarine, lemon quartz and labrodarite beauty is the perfect blend of gemstone therapy this season.



The best and the easiest way to change your mood is to add a splash of color to your outfit with a yellow clutch. Color therapy suggests that yellow is associated with happiness, joy and energy. Yellow produces a warming effect and makes you feel cheerful, energetic and enthusiastic.


Talking of color therapy, I love to add color to a dark and dull fall outfit with a vegetal green scarf. Green is known to be the color of life, renewal and energy and is also associated with growth and harmony.


Hopefully, there won’t be any long lasting effects of S.A.D, but if you feel like you could use a remedy with a little extra strength, my go to intentional piece of jewelry is this naturally shed Antler Necklace.  Metaphysically, it represents strength, determination, grace, wisdom and is a symbol of life generation and renewal.


Connect with Me! Answer one or more of the questions below in the comment section…

What do you like the most about fall and what do you hate the most about it?
What is your go to method to beat the blues on gloomy days?
What is your favorite fall color?



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