Christian Girl Autumn Never Has to End 

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You can find her shopping for seasonal décor at Home Goods. Or perhaps at home, reading a book by the fireplace in her Ugg boots. Or maybe on Instagram, posing with a Chanel bag on her arm and a Starbucks holiday drink in hand. Such are the simple pleasures of Christian girl autumn. And for influencers like Caitlin Covington, it’s more than a season—it’s a state of mind. 

Covington accidentally became the face of Christian girl autumn in August 2019, when trans creator Isabella Markel turned an image of Covington and fellow blogger Emily Gemma into a viral meme. 


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