#SundayThoughts: When's the first day of fall 2019 (and what to stock up on?)

Summer isn't over just yet. But when is the first day of fall, and when should chunky knit throws make an appearance?

When is the first day of fall 2019? Autumnal living room from West Elm
(Image credit: West Elm)

When's the first day of fall 2019? According to Google, fall in the Northern Hemisphere will begin on Monday 23rd September. Excited? As are we. While we still have another 17 days left of summer (supposedly), we're very much in a fall mood now and are ready to dig out our sweaters, slow cookers and fairy lights from the attic. 

Wondering what to stock up on to ensure you're prepared? From new socks to coffee beans, summer-grown fruit and veg and even biodegradable lawn bags for when the leaves inevitably start falling, we've selected a few items we think you should purchase during your next Walmart shop, below. 

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Annie Collyer
Annie Collyer

Annie joined the Real Homes team in 2018 after interning on Country & Town House. As the website's Deals Editor, Annie spends much of her time helping you find the best buys for your home – when she is not doing that, she is putting her research to use buying homeware online, or Instagramming her beautifully styled rooms.