15 Fall-Inspired Tattoos That Will Make You A Badass
Fall is officially here.
The leaves have started to change, the weather is dropping and girls everywhere are rejoicing that they can finally wear their scarves and knee high boots again and we don't have to shave our legs.
Meanwhile, people act like they don't love Pumpkin Spice Lattes, but are still chugging it by the gallon. We see you.
It just feels like a magical time where everything is crisp and maybe a little creepy because of Halloween on the way.
It's hard not to enjoy this time of the year.
Some people find so much joy in the warm colors of autumn that they're inspired to get it permanently inked on their bodies.
If I were a human, and not an inter-dimensional cloud of translucent gas, I would probably get a tattoo to remind me of this season as well.
Check out these beautiful works of body art below and try to tell me you're not going to schedule an appointment with your favorite artist ASAP.
Orange tattoo ink is made to pop without looking too contrasting.
It's also the perfect time to get a little spoooooky with your tats...
Or rep your great love for pumpkin pie.
Your tattoo artist will appreciate you being open to testing out some colors.
Maybe a friendly bat? You'll never be alone again.
Perhaps try a scene from your childhood of a pumpkin patch.
Imagine an understated ode to your favorite season, tactfully placed on your ankle.
Here's a couple's tattoo. However, if you do break up, you'll probably hate autumn for the rest of your life.
Here is a nice contrasting image of a before-and-after of the leaves.
This stick and poke tattoo is probably the best I have ever seen.
Sure, you'll need a lot of touch ups in the years to come, but so worth it.
Sometimes simplicity is the best way to go.
The hours spent sitting for this is worth all of the attention you'll get.
Did you book an appointment yet?
I haven't, but as I said before I am an inter-dimensional cloud of translucent gas and I would love to live vicariously through you... should you get a fall-inspired tat.