This taste of fall we’ve been getting in New England has been such a refreshing change. The chilly morning air that turns into the perfect crisp afternoon, the colorful foliage that looks like a painting and the abundant amounts of apple and pumpkin everything. I just can’t get enough! One of the stops we made was at Sugarbush Farm in Woodstock, Vermont. It’s just what you would imagine from the places around here- incredibly charming and surrounded by the most beautiful fall colors you’ve ever seen.
I’ve been living in these Old Navy corduroy pants during this trip. They’re honestly one of my favorite things I’ve gotten this season. The cognac color is really the best because it pairs so well with everything, but I also like this burgundy shade. They bring a bit of a 70s flair to my fall style, which is fine by me. I’ve worn them with knee high boots, loafers like here, and then cuddled up by the fire with cozy socks.
With sweater weather means we can also bring out our capes and big blanket scarves. This multi-colored one from Old Navy is the perfectly light layer for a cool day or as an extra cozy wrap inside when the weather really starts to go down. There’s also this neutral alternative if you’re not into a mix of bright hues for fall, but still want the same look.
Thank you to Old Navy for sponsoring this post.