Pumpkin Picking in Vermont

Pumpkin Patch in Vermont, Fall Activities

What's October without some pumpkin picking, eating apple cider donuts and finding your way around a corn maze? And what's all of that without some Barbour...


Barbour Beadnell Jacket, Ray Ban Wayfarer
Pumpkin Patch, Vermont, Pumpkin Picking, What to wear pumpkin picking, October Fashion
LL Bean Boots
pumpkin picking
Barbour Beadnell Jacket
Barbour: Beadnell Jacket / Chelsea28: Turtleneck Sweater / AG: Skinny Jeans / LL Bean: Bean Boots / Ray-Ban: Wayfarer Sunglasses / Nordstrom: Pearl Earrings

For some reason, pumpkin picking is always so much fun. I think it's just the fact that you're able to just mosey around in a field full of pumpkins, explore the grounds and see what each place has to offer. The farm in Vermont we visited was off the side of a road that offered a corn maze AND a hay ride on top of the pumpkin patch and donuts. What more could you want?

Pumpkin picking aside, this is my go-to look for all fall related days -- my fall uniform. A cozy sweater, a Barbour jacket and my bean boots have gotten me far and will continue to throughout the years.

This sweater is one of the softer ones I own but I didn't totally do it justice in this outfit post. One, you can't really see it since it's under the jacket, but more so because it has an open back which you really can't see.

I didn't show off that part of the sweater because I totally wasn't wearing the correct bra. I didn't even think about it since I had my jacket on all day! I will wear this sweater (sans jacket) with a cute lace bra or one that has a better back than the boring old clasp one. Or maybe even the backless bras! That's a good idea too.

I would normally pass up a sweater like this because the back is open but in all honesty this is one of the softest sweaters ever. It's an amazing color and fits like a glove. All those positives  outweigh the negatives for me! But that's not to say it's for everyone. To each their own!


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