Apple cider, apple pie, and baked apples. What’s not to love about apples (and picking them yourself?) I love to hold onto every last bit of summer as long as possible, but as soon as late-September/October arrives, I’m ready to put on loose, crochet sweaters, a pair of cognac or black boots, and head out for some fall adventures.If you’re wondering how to dress for fall, look no further!
Whether I’m attending an exciting fall festival or whipping up another pumpkin recipe, I’m ready to embrace all that fall has to offer.
This past weekend, I went apple picking at Solebury Orchards in Bucks County and picked my own Fuji and Keepsake apples. I’ve been going there for years now, and I lucked out by choosing one of the best picturesque weekend to go.
I heard it through the apple-vine that apple picking is a great excuse to load up on heaps of apples and try and master a new recipe. (Or if you’re like me, eat all the apples before I can even start whipping up my other recipe ingredients.)
When I’m juggling (literally) a bag of apples, I want to feel as comfortable and relaxed as possible. I love dressing for the fall because I can wear as many boots, leggings, and sweaters as possible, which are the most comfortable staples a girl can own.
Fall is about simplicity, so your outfit should be effortlessly chic as well.