After spending time with friends and family at our annual Thanksgiving feasts, we reflect on all that we have to be grateful for. The Derwin family is thankful for our friends, customers, employees, and community that have made Litchfieldsuch a wonderful place to raise our children and operate our family owned business over the past 25 years.
Emily Dalton, founder of Jack Black Skincare, is a perfect example of why we love Litchfield so much. Emily not only runs one of the world's premier men's grooming line, but also chairs the Oliver Wolcott Library's annual Festival of Trees Gala.
Emily is pictured wearing a Gimos suede shearling coat with fur trim over a Hawick cashmere scoop neck dress, with a ruby red ostrich belt. Her scarf was made by twisting a Rani Arabella cashmere and silk scarf with a wool chalet print scarf, both made in Italy. Her Dorado Riding boots are made by Frye.
Autumn has arrived and its time to pick the perfect pumpkin at Bunnell Farm. This year, we asked our blog photographer, Michael Wilson, to capture this annual expedition. Bunnell Farm is a fifth generation family operated business, located in the Milton section of Litchfield, with horse-drawn hay rides to pick your own pumpkin, walks through their extensive corn mazes, and Litchfield locals' favorite place to order their fresh farm-raised Thanksgiving turkeys.