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Pinspiration Outfits for Fall

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Essentially, I’m loving boots, oversized sweaters, tights, and chunky scarves. Lace and leather. Tulle and plaid. Big knits and always, always floral.

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Did I mention I dyed my hair red?

What I’m wearing
– Merona sweater dress: $8 (online exchange)
– infinity scarf: $0 (self-made from one of Matthew’s old t-shirts)
– leggings: $4 from Body Central (a few years ago)
– boots: $198 from Canvas by Lands’ End (Christmas gift)
– earrings: $5 (fundraiser jewelry sale)

For more Fall/Winter inspiration, check out:

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Pumpkin Pickin’ at the Pumpkin Patch

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Elisha’s preschool took a field trip out to the local pumpkin patch today! We rode on the hayride from the school to the patch, which I think was Elisha’s favorite part. Once we got out into the pumpkin patch I told him to pick out a pumpkin to bring home with us. At first he was all for it and checking out all the pumpkins, but once he realized he was getting dirty he didn’t want to “hold” anymore pumpkins. I kept asking him which one he wanted to take home or I would pick one out and ask him if he wanted that one, but all I got from him was “nooo…” Totally uninterested. But we finally succeeded with a pumpkin he could hold by the stem. No dirt, no fuss. Now his lovely little Elisha-sized pumpkin is sitting on the kitchen window sill with my repurposed baby jar vases (DIY posted here).

Beside the pumpkin patch was a yellow squash patch. Between the two there were hundreds of huge yellow flowers that I just couldn’t get enough of. Then Matthew informed me you could fry up the squash blossoms with cheese… I love squash and I love flowers and I definitely love cheese, but I am totally against cooking flowers. Seriously, food too pretty to eat. That’s my argument and I’m sticking to it.

I hope you all get a chance to go to your local pumpkin patch soon!

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Fall-spiration!

As if the cool shift that has moved into Alabama overnight isn’t enough to put me in the mood for Fall (and peaches-and-cream oatmeal), here’s a bit more I’ve found just this morning that has officially put me into Fall-overdrive.

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12 FREE Fall printables

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Seriously simple DIY trick-or-treat bag

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Scarf addict

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(it says for summer drinks, but this screams Fall for me…)

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12 places to buy polka dot tights

What are some things that bring Fall home for you? This is my most favorite season (second is dress season) so feel free to share! I’m off to make another pair of “pretty pants” for Shiloh that I’ll be sharing with you all soon. And my plans for a refashioned vintage skirt into a pair of mock palazzo pants. Stay tuned!

 

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