Wow y’all, long time no see. With quite a bit of time off, many adventures in-between, and a few bumps along the way, I have finally decided to start blogging again. While a blog post telling you all about where I’ve been and what I’ve been doing would be pretty lengthy (soon to come), I want to kick off this relaunch with a super cute, super fall themed blog post. I’ve found it hard to make time to get out and shoot outfits or even just working up the courage to carry my camera around with me. BUT, one of my besties (thank you Alex!!) and I ventured out to our local pumpkin patch and sunflower field literally the night before our first snow (which killed all of the sunflowers the next day 🙁 ).
So, the fall season is in full swing here in colorful Colorado. I’m such a summer girl at heart, I love the warmth and days on the lake and being tan. But honestly, nothing compares to the colors during fall-time in Colorado. Luckily, it hasn’t gotten too too cold yet in CO, other than getting one day of snow a few weeks ago. Long sleeves with a cute skirt or jeans with an adorable blouse are the perfect options. However, I have recently re-discovered my love for overalls. Whether it’s actual overalls, an overall dress, or anything in-between, I’m completely OBSESSED. Another one of my recent obsessions is bandanas. My friends always tease me because I was wearing them as shirts when going out on weekends, but that’s not always appropriate for a trip to the pumpkin patch. However, it looks ADORABLE tied around your neck like a scarf. I paired this overall dress and bandana with a flow-y white blouse. It adds a bit of flare and shape to the outfit, along with a girly touch. To finish it all of, I paired this look with my matte green Hunter boots. These things are my go-to for the fall and winter months – they last through any weather and are super cute! Especially the hunter green color, it surprisingly goes with everything! You can find these Hunter boots at Nordstrom, my white blouse at Gap, my overall dress at H&M, and the bandana at any craft/fabric store. IT’S THAT SIMPLE.
Enough of me talking, let’s take a look.