Here is Halloween-themed outfit number 4! I’ve had a lot of fun this month styling different outfits for October/Halloween that weren’t too costume-y. I still wanted to get into the Halloween spirit, so a subtle way of doing that was putting in small touches, like the Halloween-themed collar clips from Femme de Bloom. And a little less subtle is this beret with cat ears. In my last post, I mentioned going to a small town called Oak Glen to pick apples and pumpkins. This set of photos is from the same day but at a different orchard called Riley’s Farm. Read on to see how this visit went.
This was actually the first orchard we went into when we arrived in Oak Glen. It had no line, which made me happy because I didn’t want to wait forever. But once we walked in, we realized there was no line because they had almost no apples left, and the pumpkin patch was nearly empty. Sigh.
Still, we decided to make the best of it! Since no one was coming to this orchard due to the lack of apples and pumpkins, we had the place to ourselves. I could walk around and take photos without people getting in the way.
In case you were wondering, the orange skirt is actually not a true skirt. It’s the orange dress from last post, except this time I layered a sweater on top of it. Tank dresses or loose-fitting camisole dresses are great for layering and I want to get some more in different colors! The sweater is from Sugarhill Boutique; I have a couple sweaters from them (featured here and here) and they’re all so comfortable. The designs are cute too!
Even though the pumpkin patch and apple picking turned out to be a bust, I’m still happy we went to a new place and got to see a little bit of autumn in Southern California. Apparently it snows sometimes in Oak Glen, due to it being at a higher elevation, so maybe we will go back to see that!
Sweater: Sugarhill Boutique Speak in Whiskers Sweater from ModCloth
Dress (used as a skirt): old, Forever21
Shoes: old, ModCloth
Collar clips: Femme de Bloom
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