Libra season memes to keep starry-eyed fans entertained

Little Miss Libra is going to give you a good chuckle!

Libra season memes feature a woman on her cellphone smiling in a pink tank and a blue and starry background
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Prepare for an influx of Libra season memes in your feed. 

We scoured trending hashtags on TikTok and popular Instagram posts to uncover how those in tune with the zodiac are making the most out of the fall astrology event (September 22 to October 23). 

Sure, Libra season is about balance and harmony, as well as connecting with others, but some of the air sign's other notable qualities lend themselves to internet gold, true gifts astrology fans can appreciate. Enjoy a few of our favorites! 

The best Libra season memes on the internet

1. Libras in love

"Air signs are some of the wittiest and most intellectual members of the zodiac, and they are especially skilled at flirting and charming the pants off of those they encounter... but only if they're in the mood to do so," astrologer Renée Watt previously told My Imperfect Life. 

Hmm...sounds about right.

2. Libras lending a hand

We know Libra season is all about connections and finding balance within friendships and relationships. Sometimes All the time, Libra love to play the (free) therapist, which is quite kind! However, they need to be mindful not to bottle emotions up inside them, either. 

"Air signs are such logical, mental people who have a tendency to overthink," said astrologer Liz Simmons. "They may benefit from talk therapy, meditating or journaling."

3. Little Miss Libra

Remember the Little Miss meme craze that took over summer 2022? Well, astrologers decided to give it a whirl, too! As evidenced below, it was a resounding success. 

4. Libras don't cry

Remember the whole "air signs can be emotionally closed off" trait? It's true! Who has time for tears? Not this air sign. 

5. Libras and Virgos

Astrology compatibility is a long-debated topic. 

"Anything can work," Simmons previously told us  about zodiac pairings. "If you're not willing to work with a sign, then maybe you have to figure out why."

While that might be true, there's just something about that Libra-Virgo combo, don't you think?

6. Jane of all trades

Libras like to take control at work, and by "take control" we mean do everything. Libras are Jacks and Janes of all trades.

7. How Libra season effects the zodiac

There's lots of indecisiveness around here. Settling on a restaurant can be a bit like Sophie's Choice


♬ original sound - Katia Renee

8. Libra season tips

Want to make the most out of this astrology season? Enjoy all-things autumn and pumpkin spice...and don't forget to be the kindest and most judgemental person in the room. Easy!


♬ Season Of The Witch - Lana Del Rey

9. How to make a Libra

Curious what goes into this air sign? Add a good fashion sense, a drop of creativity and an inability to make a decision. (Remember the restaurant spiel?) It's actually a pretty straightforward recipe...but wait....

At the end of the day, we love this sign and all of its qualities. Happy birthdays to all the Libras out there and we hope you get a good laugh out of these delightful memes.

(Psst: if you're shopping for a Libra in your life, be sure to check out our edit of gifts for Libras that are sure to be a hit.) 


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Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids, where she got to experience the best of the city from the point of view of its littlest residents. Before that, she was a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNewYork, to name a few. 

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