(on average, this is what happens when I try to take a picture with Syd. Or hold him, or kiss him.)
T-Shirt and Tank: My Job; Jeans: Gap; Hat: J.Crew; Shoes: Sam Edelman
I think it pretty much goes without saying that we went to the Pumpkin Patch this past weekend. Standing in a field of pumpkins doesn't really leave much to the imagination I guess. What doesn't go without saying is how much I am really starting to fall in love with T-Shirts. I've never been much of a T-shirt gal. Sure, they're great to wear to the gym and lounging around the house. But as a fashion statement? I typically come from the school of thought that you need bright colors and interesting silhouettes to make a statement. So when I took this job at a clothing company that has built their legacy off of a T-Shirt, I was a little leery if I would be able to drink the Kool Aid and get all hot and heavy over cotton separates. Well hot damn, I've drank the Kool Aid and it tastes GOOOOD! (Ali that was for you).
When I tried on this new T last week, I immediately called up Miranda and said "You have got to order this shirt! It is amazing!" To which she replied, "Hot damn, order me one up then!" It's loose, with just the right amount of scoop in the front, and it has this sort of dolmen type of sleeve going on that is form fitting in the arm. It just has everything going right for it. My view of cotton will never be the same.
You might recognize the boots from my very first Playgrounds & Lollipops post. After 2 years they're still going strong and have the perfect lived-in look to them. And the hat was a great find from the J. Crew outlets, just outside of Palm Springs. Have a great week everyone!
p.s. the only thing I don't recommend about my outfit is the cup of Chai Tea Latte. I almost fell in the fields trying to hold onto it.