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Fall in film

Posted: by Rhian Tuesday, 10 October 2017 @ 15:58

What better way to get in to the mood for Autumn than snuggled up on the sofa with a film. Here are our favourite films set amongst falling leaves, beautiful autumnal scenery and warm wardrobes, be inspired with...

Mona Lisa's Smile

 Get with your girlfriends to celebrate female role models, breaking the rules, girl power and Julia Roberts of course!

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You've Got Mail

New York in the fall + Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan + Quirky bookshop = the perfect Autumn romcom

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Dead Poet's Society

 Robin Williams at his best, this film will fill you with inspiration to make the most of the new season

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Twilight

*Giggles uncontrollably at Robert Pattinson inviting you on a sultry walk in the woods

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Good Will Hunting

This scene never fails to make me blub uncontrollably. Friendship, romance and self-belief, the perfect combination for fall. No matter what's in the past, you can always shape your future.

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When Harry Met Sally

So iconic this film needs no introducing, it's a classic and great for retro outfit inspiration

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The Last of the Mohicans

Just because it's one of my favourite films, but the soundtrack and scenery are worth it alone (plus brothers Nathaniel and Uncus with their Mohican philosophy is breath taking)  

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Stepmom

It'll have you reaching for the tissues, but also your phone to tell your nearest and dearest how much you love them. A beautiful story of love and the evolution of relationships.

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So when you're snuggled down watching one of these gems, take in the beautiful scenery, be uplifted by the power of the human spirit, feel comforted with love and if it inspired you to make a change, maybe one of these mantras will help...

     
 Believe Bar Bracelet, £55  Strong, Wild & Free Necklace £55  Butterfly Necklace, £30

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