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The Covered Bridge.


Hi, friends! I just wanted to pop in quick and share this outfit that I wore a few weekends ago while visiting my grandparents. It was a lovely fall day so I broke out my favorite houndstooth skirt and paired it with a classic burgundy bow sweater and my riding boots for a quick stop at a nearby covered bridge. This skirt has been on repeat all autumn long and I know I will be wearing it all throughout winter as well. It pairs so beautifully with everything from sweaters and ballet flats to jean jackets and Hunter boots. If you buy one skirt this season it should be this one for sure!

You can find all the links to my outfit down below.





Skirt | Sweater (sold out from J Crew Factory) | Riding Boots | Watch c/o | Bag

Ridgetop Orchard.


I have been trying to soak up as much fall as I possibly can as of lately. I mean, October is almost over already *gasp!* so I only have a little while longer to enjoy my favorite season and all of its festivities.  Luckily I have already crossed off most of the things on my usual fall bucket list: pumpkin patch- check, apple cider donuts- check, Halloweentown movie night- check. One of the last things I wanted to do before Autumn comes to an end was visit an apple orchard, so this past weekend I did just that!

My family actually owns a beautiful apple orchard in Fishertown, PA called Ridgetop Orchards. Here you'll find the most delicious varieties of fruits and the most breathtaking view of the mountains (see photos below!) We spent the afternoon strolling around the orchard and snacking on pink lady apples, my favorite! 

For my apple picking outfit I wanted to go for a very classic fall look so I reached for my camel blazer and riding boots first. I then added a pop of green to my outfit with this lovely bow blouse from Duffield Lane and my favorite high-waisted jeans finished off the look! 








Top c/o | Similar Blazer | Jeans | Boots 

Apple Cider Donuts.


In my book, it's not officially fall until you have an apple cider donut (or two.) Last year my family started a little tradition of going to Kauffman's Fruit Farm in Lancaster, PA at the end of October to indulge in hot apple cider donuts and fresh cider. This past weekend we did just that! *Usually* every weekend during the fall Kauffman's Farm makes fresh apple cider donuts outside but of course the one Saturday that we went they weren't making them due to short staff :( However, we were able to buy some donuts that were made the day before and they still tasted delicious!

For my outfit of the day, I broke out my old plaid coat from Abercrombie that I have had for almost 8 years or so and I paired that with my go-to combo of a striped tee and city skirt from J. Crew Factory. My new riding boots and bow-pearl bracelet were the perfect touch to this preppy fall outfit!





Similar Coat | Skirt | Similar Tee | Boots | Bracelet c/o

Pumpkin Spice Latte.


Yesterday I had my first *hot* pumpkin spice latte of the season! It was a grey and gloomy day so my sister and I headed into downtown Carlisle, PA to check out a new coffee shop called Denim. We sipped on our aesthetically pleasing (and super delicious!!) lattes, took wayyyy too many Instagram photos and shared lots of laughs. Sister time is the best time.

For my outfit of the day, I wore a classic red and white striped tee, high rise denim and my trusty camel blazer. A velvet hair bow and pointy toe loafers finished off this Parisian-esque look. You can find all of my outfit details at the bottom of the post!








Tee (old J. Crew Factory) | Jeans | Similar Blazer | Loafers | Hair Bow

Fall Favorites from J. Crew Factory.


As many of you may know, I work full time as a manager at J. Crew Factory! I absolutely love working in retail, especially at my favorite store ;) We just got in our first fall collection last week and OH MY GOSH there are so many adorable things, I just had to share my favorites with ya'll! This collection is full of puffer vests (yay!), cozy sweaters, high rise jeans and more! The very first thing I picked up for myself was the Bow Neck Sweater in Cabernet- and now I'm thinking I need it in the white and grey too! Next on my "to buy" list is the Gingham Puffer Vest and the Sidewalk Skirt in the tan color. What do you have your eye on from the new fall collection??

You can shop my favorites by clicking on the links below!



The Gal in Gingham.


Gingham is one of my favorite prints, especially during the summertime. So it's no surprise that I instantly fell in love with this tie shoulder, gingham midi dress from Elizabeth McKay. This dress is so romantic and makes me want to twirl all day long! It was the perfect dress to wear for a day spent at The Bedford Springs Resort playing croquet and swinging under the old oak tree. I paired it with my straw boater hat, navy espadrille wedges and my little oyster necklace from KJP for a perfectly preppy look.






Dress c/o | Hat (old from J Crew) | Wedges | Necklace

The Linen Dress.


It was 100 degrees outside yesterday! The second I walked out the door I was melting (so much for straightening my hair! Ugh.) But thankfully I was wearing this linen shift dress from Duffield Lane! A linen shift dress like this is an absolute must have for my summer wardrobe- the easy to wear shift style doesn't cling to your body and the linen fabric breathes nicely and keeps you comfortable all day long. I styled my shift dress with a striped sweater tied around my waist for a nautical touch, and I added my straw boater hat and nude sandals to finish off the look!





Dress c/o | Similar Sweater | Sandals | Bag | Hat (old from J Crew)