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10.29.2015

Fall Style Inspiration

Hopefully by now you've gotten your fill of apple picking and chose that perfect pumpkin, but there are still plenty of fall activities to be had. Whether you're carving that pumpkin, baking an apple pie, grabbing a latte with a friend (although I'd recommend the Toasted Graham Latte over a PSL), here's some fall style inspiration for ya.

Another fall tradition is football, and while I don't pretend to be a football guru (hockey is more my speed- go B's!), I still enjoy watching it and how it brings people together. I styled both of these outfits with watching football in mind since I've found myself at a few football gatherings lately, and the Patriots play tonight. So, if you get roped into watching your team get beaten by the Pats... I mean, watching America's favorite sport, here's some outfit inspiration for you- or for any upcoming fall day!



Right outfit: Sweater | Jeans | Booties | Knot Bracelet | Cuff | Glasses

Left outfit: Dress | Scarf | Boots | Glasses

If you're wondering why there are glasses included in these outfits: as someone who wasn't blessed with 20/20 vision, I struggled for a long time embracing glasses as part of my "look." But over the years I've come to realize that eyewear doesn't just have to be for function, and can be an extension of one's personal style. That's why I was so excited when Warby Parker reached out to see how I would incorporate pairs from their newest collection into my fall style as part of their #FallSyllabus campaign.

Warby is a Boston-based company that I've always admired for both their commitment to offering on-trend eyewear at affordable prices and to giving back. For every pair of glasses sold, a pair is distributed to someone in need. One of my favorite things about Warby is that they offer a free home try-on, so you can swap and compare different frames as many times as you want in front of the mirror until you've decided on a pair you like (or is that just me?). I'm leaning toward trying out the Simone since I'm due for new glasses- think I can pull them off? :)

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10.16.2015

Apple Picking

Corbin and I had beautiful weather for apple picking this past weekend! We went to Lull Farm in Hollis, NH for the second year in a row- highly recommend if you haven't gotten in your apple or pumpkin picking yet!

 
We went to this same farm last year to pick apples, but it was nowhere near like the crop they had this year! There were so many and they were so large that they had started to drop off the branches.


Caught red-handed taking an apple snap (get it, 'cause the apple's red? Okay. I'll stop now).

The pumpkins at this place are huge!! Last year we got a monster, so we picked a more manageable size and two small decorative ones to carve for this Halloween.

Dress: Old Navy (only $17 right now! Also love the solid version- I ordered it in the burgundy color too) | Scarf: aerie (similar) | Boots: Tory Burch | Bracelet: Ralph Lauren (similar)

Of course, after picking them, we made an apple pie. I'm not world's greatest baker or cook, but I found a super easy recipe that I tweaked with some things I learned from making one last year, and it turned out great! Let me know if anyone would like me to post it :)

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