Pumpkin Patch and OOTD!

When the weather finally caught up to my Fall state of mind we went to the pumpkin patch! One of my favorite things to do is take that hay ride, walk through the corn maze and pick out pumpkins that we can carve later! And of course, dress up for all things Fall! (This post may contain affiliate links.)

6528101A-92B0-4A5A-9A67-91C0E416505A.jpgYou know how much I love the basic pieces that make up the outfit. So easy to dress things up and also keep it casual if you want to. This is one of my favorite layering T-shirts. It is super soft and I have literally worn it from the time I was pregnant with my first and it is still going strong! It does great with a bump too and bonus that you can continue to wear it post pregnancy! Love wearing these skinny jeans because it means I can pair them with my riding boots. The jeans are the popular Stitch Fix brand Kut from the Kloth that is marked down by 33% at Nordstrom (Yay!!!, for free shipping and returns!) It is less than $60 and has the perfect amount of stretch to it! I “found” this vest on another bloggers site and took me a while to make this purchase but have enjoyed pairing it with different outfits ever since it found its home in my closet. It is less than $30 and such a versatile fall piece. I was worried it would make me look boxy but I don’t think it does. (Does it?)

7FB41105-FA58-4BC1-8219-6CEA98250A64The weather has been so hot and cold that even though I started the morning with this awesome blanket scarf it had to be shed as the sun came out. As much as I love a good and easy infinity scarf this color and pattern screamed to be worn that day. If you have a hard time wearing blanket scarves there are so many tutorials on Pinterest out there – super easy to follow and so many different ways to drape them! On a side note, I need to get better with the aerial shots! (Lol!)


Waiting for Icecream is serious business! :)

We ended the day with ice cream from the creamery at the pumpkin patch. Any day that ends with fresh churned ice cream each one named after one of the cows on the farm is a good one! Don’t you think?



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