October Traditions

Culver City, CA

Ahhh October, how I love you.  I mean, what’s not to love?  The leaves, the air, October traditions, pumpkin spice everything – and of course fall clothing!  Chunky knits, suede booties, felt fedoras, tailored trench coats – allllll of my favorite things.  I whipped out the softest cream sweater and these uber comfy boyfriend jeans for a morning at the pumpkin patch.  I brought my sweet photographer and neighbor Jessica who shockingly had never been to a pumpkin patch before!!!  She grew up in England and apparently it just wasn’t a thing so I absolutely loved sharing her first experience with her!  She helped me load up my car with white and light pink pumpkins  (I guess the ones with bumps on them are called peanut pumpkins!) to place outside my front door.   My entrance looks so festive now and I just need a wreath to complete it.  I’ve been living in boyfriend jeans (if you haven’t already noticed) and have about 5 pairs on rotation at the moment.  These AG jeans from Nordstrom are the perfect classic blue wash and go with everything.  I like that they’re more of a “fitted” boyfriend jean, but made of soft material – a winning and surprisingly hard combo to come by.  More often than not, I’ve ordered boyfriend jeans and they’re either WAY too baggy/unflattering OR they’re way too tight and made of stiff material that I can barely sit down in.  These are a great “entry” into a boyfriend jean if you’re hesitant to try the trend or don’t own a pair already.  I paired them with a classic bootie (I love these Sam Edelman from Nordstrom in the putty color) and baseball cap.  I just picked up an LA baseball cap – FINALLY! – and wore it to Malibu Farms this weekend.  Shop my entire look along with more of my fall must haves (like these distressed jeans) from Nordstrom below!




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AG jeans (true to size)  |  Naked Cashmere sweater (similar)
Baseball hat // Club Monaco booties (similar)  |  Celine bag (similar)

Jessica Alexander Photography
Special thanks to Nordstrom for sponsoring this post.

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