This past weekend I went to my cousin’s wedding. Their wedding was in the Berkshires. A perfect fall location. The trees were at peak and for most of the weekend the weather was perfect (it did rain on Sunday morning till mid day). I left for the Berkshires on Saturday morning. I first went out to Amherst because I have been wanting to go to the Eric Carl museum. After I visited there I wound my way through the back roads to Lenox where I was staying and the wedding festivities were happening. I stayed in the cutest bed and breakfast. It had old country charm. After I got settled in I had dinner and made my way to the drinks and welcome event. They had the welcome at a photo studio that is in an old house in Lenox Center (Lenox Center is so cute). On Sunday it was drizzly and gray out. So I went to the Norman Rockwell museum. So what goes with a wet, and chilly fall day, well of course my Bean boots. Now I know I have written about these before, but I feel like I need to write about this again. Because I love these boots so much and they are so popular. Bean boots over the past few years have gained a large following of people from hipsters to preppies. Now these are not a new boot, they have been around for a long time. I just think trends come and go and this is a trend that has risen and is still rising. So much so they have sold out the past two years). I love my Bean boots they are so versatile. They were perfect on Sunday to keep my feet dry and warm. Bean boots can be used in fall and winter. They are great in the snow. Also I love wearing my Bean boots with cute socks (and there are so many cute socks out there). I finished up my day with a visit to the outlets that were nearby, had some lunch and then I got ready for the wedding. I am so glad I was able to come and celebrate with my family. I was also glad I brought my Bean boots. Now how do you wear your Bean boots?