Being Upstate NY gals we’ve grown up around several apple orchards, so like clockwork every fall we go apple picking! It’s always such a fun way to welcome the new season, get some delicious apples, cider, and cider doughnuts…and it’s a great location for photos.
I like to wear comfy cozy sweaters as often as I can and this Volcom sweater is so warm and fuzzy. I like how the pattern is only on one side and how one sleeve ends in black and the other doesn’t.
My jeans are Wild Fable from Target. They are also super comfy and you can’t tell from any of these photos because my sweater is covering it, but they are actually high-waisted button ups! I finished my outfit with my clogs from MIA Shoes.
To get our creative momentum going Cailin and I often go out on Saturdays to shoot some photos. We have now become accustomed to calling these adventures, “Saturday Shoot Days.” At times we’ll have a look or aesthetic in mind, but this time we just chose a location and worked off of that. If you live near or in Upstate NY, going to an apple orchard every fall is basically a right of passage. It might be basic, but come on… who doesn’t like fresh apples off the tree, some cider and of course some apple cider doughnuts?! So off we went to a local orchard to take some photos.
Don’t put away your floral clothes yet! You can style them in so many ways to make them work for fall like wearing a fun pair of tights, pairing them with boots or adding a chunky sweater and hat. I also like wearing florals that are in muted colors during the cooler months and that was exactly what I did for this look.
Fall fashion is here y’all and we’re loving it as usual. It’s time to bring out the beanies and boots, but there are always a few hot days that sneak into October, and this particular day was one of them. I thought it was the perfect opportunity to wear this orange vintage skirt that I borrowed from Cailin’s closet.
Who is happy to be wearing flannels again?! One of the reasons I love this comfy fall staple is that it is great for dressing up or down. Today I wore it as a more fashion casual look. A lot of companies are thankfully switching over from business casual to fashion casual, which in my own definition is a step up from jeans and a tee, and a step down from a skirt suit. It really has different definitions in each company, but in general it usually means looking polished with a stylish flair.
Going to DuBois Farm in Highland, NY has been a family tradition for us every October. This past week we kept up the tradition and went to do some apple picking! We particularly like DuBois Farm because you can also pick pears, grapes, plums and a lot of other fruit.
For today’s fall outfit I wore this awesome Saturday Evening Post tee that I actually got at a unique gift shop in Buffalo. I tied a crochet sweater around my waist to add an extra fall layer, and threw on my absolute favorite ripped boyfriend jeans. These jeans are perfect because if you don’t feel like wearing tight skinny jeans just yet but it’s too cold for shorts, you can wear a loose boyfriend cut.
I also love the half bun topknot trend since it’s an easy way to make it look like you put some effort into your hair even if it only took 30 seconds! What are some of your favorite fall trends? Whether they be hair, beauty or style we want to know!
Fall is in the air and we are ready for some fall fashion! The first day of autumn in the city was definitely cooler than the past few weeks, but still hit the low eighties in the late afternoon. My perfect fix for those cool mornings and hot afternoons is a corduroy skirt and quarter length sleeve sweater. This time I stuck with fall inspired neutral tones to bring in the season. Who else is excited for some fall foliage?!