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Hazen at Home with Erin Donahue Tice

Natalie Earring, White

We are so excited to introduce this week's Hazen Tastemaker, Erin Donahue Tice. This Austin based abstract artist is all about COLOR and says that she finds inspiration in her every day life: a friend's fabulous dress, or scouring design blogs or drawing on memories from a trip abroad or to the beach!

We caught up with Erin to find out all of her fall go-to's this season! 

Who are you turning to recipes this fall?

I always turn to the Barefoot Contessa for staples like roast chicken, but I also love following @lemonstripes for easy, healthy weeknight dinners and "kid" meal ideas.

Where are you shopping (online or in person) this fall?

 I've started collecting @suesartor catfans and love Sue's recent collaborations with @indiaamory and @sarahbraybermuda. These gorgeous, hand-made dresses take you right from summer to fall. I also love Tuckernuck as they carry so many of my favorite designers and have an easy return policy if something doesn't fit.

What is on your reading list this fall? 

I just finished "Lady in Waiting" about Anne Glenconner and "Finding Freedom" about Meghan and Harry, and now I'm reading "Touched by the Sun" by Carly Simon which details her friendship with Jackie Kennedy. I always turn to memoirs!

What is your favorite or new go-to fall sweater by and/or where is it from? 

Always, always, always, Ralph Lauren Cable-knit cashmere. I probably have 7 of them and they never go out of style. My favorite colors are cream and pink. I also like to size up so it feels a little roomier and relaxed!

Who is inspiring you these days? 
@tallwoodcountryhouse can do no wrong - her images of her restored historic Virginia farrmhouse (and her DUCKS!) provide inspo for days. I also spent time in the mountains of Colorado this summer and keep referring back to my photos and videos for major inspiration.

What is your favorite fall tradition?

Picking pumpkins on the front lawn of our church in Austin. Not sure if that will happen this year, but you can be certain we'll find a pumpkin or two to carve! Also, there's nothing like NYC in the fall....sad to be missing out a trip to the Big Apple this fall, but counting my blessings for health and happiness here in Austin.

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