Sunday, November 10, 2013

apple picking and pumpkin mimicking

It was my very first time and I had the time of my life! I enjoyed every single part of it: hayrides, which by the way were hay-less (because supposedly too many people are allergic to the hay, I say get those kids out and about when they are little so that their immune system can man up!); picking the sweetest apples we could find; feeding/petting pigs, sheep, llamas and ponies; watching little pigs race; and running around in the maze. I am not a fan of donuts, but those cinnamon-spiced-sugar-covered donuts did manage to steal the heart of my taste buds.

Kenneth Cole Trench Coat (1, 2) // Chambray Shirt - TJMaxx // Phillip Lim for Target Skirt // Old Boots (1, 2) // Thrifted Purse // JewelMint Statement Necklace (1)

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  1. how fun to pick apples! and i bet they were extra tasty too! love your fun outfit, darling skirt and red coat!
    kelseybang.com

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    1. Yes, I loved it! The apples were super sweet, just the way I like them. :) Thank you Kelsey!

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  2. Wow, this looks like it was a ton of fun! I've always wanted to go to a place like this in the Fall! And how adorable is your skirt?!

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    1. Yes, it was! I had never done something like this before and I had a bit too much fun for my age. :p You should totally do it next fall, I guarantee it that you will love it. I fell in love with the print, the minute I saw the collection, and had to have it. :) Thank you for stopping by Jessica, I am a huge fan of your work/blog!! :)

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  3. I have never seen someone so stylish at a pumpkin patch!!! You rock this look! Thanks for linking up for Passion For Fashion!

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    1. Haha...thank you Lena! You are super sweet! :) I was planning to go for a neutral coat, but at the last minute grabbed the red coat. And I am happy that I did, cause it made the whole look much more fun! :) Thank you for stopping by Lena.

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  4. oh my goodness, you are the cutest thing ever. I could not love that skirt more. You look fabulous, love. If you get a sec, I'd love to hear your thoughts on my latest outfit courtesy of Lauren Conrad. :) xo

    www.fashboulevard.com

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    1. :) Thank you Anna! I am in love with that skirt as well, gotta take it out more! :) You have a beautiful blog and am sure you will be hearing from me on there soon! Thank you for stopping by Anna!

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  5. That outfit is so cute!! love the skirt with your red coat! and also lol to the hayless hayride. that is just too funny!
    xo

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    1. Thank you Naghmeh. :) I know right?! And I was so excited to sit on a hayride, I guess there is always next time. Or I will just imagine all the times I spend in hay, while I was in India. :) Thank for stopping by Naghmeh.

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  6. Awwwh! So fun! and look at those corn stalks! I've always been nervous to walk through those things. I always feel like someone is going to come out and say avada kedavra! or something! haha! Also, cute outfit! (:
    found you from the DC in style blog hop! cute blog girl!

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    1. Haha .. I would have been scared too if I had gone later in the day. Lucky for me, there was still day light, or else The Boy would have had too much fun scaring me through the whole maze. Thank you for stopping by Alyssa. :)

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  7. Love this so much! The chambray with the leopard skirt and red coat are amazing together. What a fun time!

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    1. :) Thank you Alison! Few years ago, I would have never worn something like this. I am glad you love it! :) It was a fun day!! Thank you for stopping by Alison.

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