Fall Weekend Plans: Pumpkin Patch

As cliche as it is, I look forward to our pumpkin patch visit every year! Last year, after hearing about it since we moved back here, we finally made our way to Johnson’s Giant Pumpkin Farm and we couldn’t believe we hadn’t made the trip out there before. 

Our “thing” is to get out of the house early to get the boys moving and busy in the morning and also to get to places right when they open to beat the crowds. It serves us well most of the time and a trip to the pumpkin patch is no exception!

We’ll head out there again this weekend after breakfast and get our cider and donuts, pumpkins for the house and let the boys run around and play and check out the animals. There is so much for the kids to do out there and, including a kids hay maze (the corn maze for adults was a huge fail for us directionally-challenged people), and the boys just love running around and playing outside in the fields of pumpkins. 

Since you saw my fall style wish list and inspiration yesterday, you know that I’m leaning toward lots of neutrals right now. But I’m also loving fall colors like this tunic from Ferne Boutique that I got a couple of weeks ago. At my height, I can wear it as a dress too, and it would probably be cute with tights, but if you’re taller, tunic is the way to go. I actually also think this will be super cute with a fur vest when it gets even colder around here (which seems like it will be soon!).

These boots were one of my favorite purchases last fall and the exact style isn’t at Madewell this year. They do have these in gold, these in silver and then this style in several colors (including leopard – never underestimate how much you’ll wear a leopard bootie). I’m excited for boot weather, so expect to see me in more of them in the coming weeks! 

What are you all up to for this fall weekend?  

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Polka Dot Tunic from Ferne Boutique // Good American Jeans // Similar Madewell Booties // Similar earrings // Julie Vos Bracelets c/o: Thin Bangles, Woven Bangle 

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