A recent Freakonomics Radio Podcast called The Folly of Prediction detailed a new technology capable of reading our brains to reveal the decisions we make, 6 seconds before we make them! Unfortunately, meteorology doesn't subscribe to such certainty and we're left to juggle tees, knits, jackets, loafers, pumps and Wellies as the meteorologist flip flops between rain and shine.
Alex purchased her floral sweater/cardigan at The Patch in Sauble Beach. It's a perfect garment for cool summer nights on the water, and unpredictable fall days. Dressing for the fall shouldn't feel like reinventing the wheel. One patch, selected with care, should suffice and save you from looking and feeling like a Yeti and/or fighting goose bumps.
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