Apple Picking Round One

I’m happy to report that we’ve begun some of our fall bucket list activities early this year. So far we visited a neighboring dairy farm for ‘farm day’ where we found lots of fun activities for the family and ate tons of freshly made ice cream. We also visited a popular local farmer’s market for some great produce and yummy food.

We also went to our first fair of the season, not sure that we’ll hit any others tho. A neighboring town hosted the Hebron Harvest Fair and this year marked it’s 50th anniversary! It was great to be back into the swing of things. There were rides (which Glor loves!) and food, lots of fatty festival food & drinks, farm petting animals, great live music and lots of crafted items to buy. Sooo fun! But make no mistake, today’s visit to the apple orchard is hopefully round one of the season.

I love dressing in light layers, whether in the spring or fall. It affords me more options to work with and I tend to get the most mileage per item. This is why good quality classic peices are worth the investment.

I started to transition items in my wardrobe from summer to early fall basics and among them are light jackets, blazers, vests and tall boots. These will literally be on repeat from here on out until the frigid temps settle in.

A plaid or tweed blazer is always THE item to have when trasitioning into the fall season. It is a timeless and easy to style wardrobe item. For an updated preppy look, wear it with a tie-neck button down shirt, or for a more casual look, a simple short sleeve tee will do. When it gets colder layer it over a turtleneck with a sweater vest.


The riding boots are my favorite fall footwear! Nothing says fall more so than tall boots. Whether all leather or suede, tall boots are perfect for everyday wear. Rain or shine, I love styling them with skinny jeans or leggings for a casual and cute ensemble. 

Saying good-bye to summer isn’t always a happy occasion for me but I’m so looking forward to the new season.🍂

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