A few weeks ago, I went up to Portland to spend some time with my family and Eric. It was so nice to get in a weekend at home before school got too busy. We went out for pizza at a favorite local place, visited a corn maze, and watched a scary movie. The corn maze actually ended up being a bit of a bust because, after we decided to veer right at the very beginning, we had already reached the end. We ended up reentering the maze in an attempt to actually get lost. I’m bummed I didn’t actually get the chance to take part in more festive activities this year. I would love to head to a pumpkin patch, eat an apple cider donut, and carve some jack-o-lanterns like Eric and I did last year, but it just wasn’t in the cards.
I absolutely love this cozy casual fall look. I pulled a bunch of plaid shirts and a plaid dress out of some bags of clothing that have been destined for Goodwill for a while now. I’m so glad I saved them! This cute plaid flannel is so perfect for fall and, honestly, I don’t know why I even thought about giving it up. I actually wore this shirt in one of my very first ever outfit posts four years ago! It’s amazing how much things have changed since then and yet here I am, restyling the very same top. It just goes to show that hoarding really can be a good thing.
Scarf: handmade / cardigan: Express / shirt: Charlotte Russe / ponte knit pants: Nordstrom Rack / boots: Target