In his “Ode to Autumn” the English poet John Keats describes fall as a “Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness,” and there’s no denying that there is a sense of melancholy to the days. Summer has gone, winter is on its way, and any late warm days of golden sunshine and blue skies are all the more special because you know that there will not be many more of them. It’s sweater weather, for sure, and wearing really terrific woolens is one of the ways to keep the melancholy at bay. A good scarf will not only keep you warm, but it can add an accent note that completes an outfit. Maybe you will twin it with a knit cap for even more warmth. Then, of course, the sweaters! Slim or bulky, cable-knit or plain… there’s an endless variety. And when you reach for your favorite pullover on a cool fall day, it’s almost enough to inspire you to write some poetry of your own.