Kendra Scott's Fall Vibes Playlist

 
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With highs in the ‘90s until late October, it can be hard to feel the fall spirit here in ATX (hot cider just isn’t as appealing when you’re in a full sweat). That being said, we’re determined to celebrate the arrival of autumn, even if it means icing our chais and wearing shorts to the pumpkin patch. It also helps to have a great soundtrack, and thanks to our musically minded social media team members, Yvan & Peyton, we do!

Wherever you are this season, we’ve got the melodies you need to put yourself in a fall state of mind.


Warm Tones

Atmosphere is everything. If you’ve ever visited one of our stores, you know that we strongly believe that. And while it’s impossible to constantly control the ambience of your life, music is an easy way to set the tone of your day and influence your mood.

Traditionally, autumn is a time of endings, but we like to think that closure leaves room for us to dream into future possibilities. From throwback indie hits from Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros to boppy new tracks from Vampire Weekend, this carefully curated mix will have you in a hopeful and introspective headspace.

Cool Artists

Remember when you used to stare out of the car window, daydreaming with your headphones in? All our playlist picks were thoughtfully chosen for their ability to transport you to a moment like that, one when you were sipping hot chocolate on a porch at dusk or donning your favorite fall jacket for the first time. You’ll find tracks from George Ezra, Ben Howard, HAIM, and of course, a Kendra Scott playlist wouldn’t be complete without a few of our favorites from The Head and the Heart.

To us, fall feels like warmth and comfort, and that’s what you’ll find in our mixtape — with idyllic, folksy undertones to match. So whether you’re going through your morning routine with Maggie Rogers or cleaning your house to Hippo Campus, we hope our curated mix will help you feel a little closer to the transitional magic of this season.


 
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