Fall Layers


This past week has been MIZ! The heat has been almost unbearable. I saw somewhere the other day that San Luis Obispo was like the 5th hottest place in the WORLD? So crazy. However, when we woke up this morning, it felt nice to be a bit chilly. I was so happy to actually wear the ol’ robe again! I really hope this crisp autumn air stays.

The girls have been wanting to go to the Avila Valley Barn for awhile now, and I thought today would be perfect since it’s not a billion degrees. We broke out our jeans and sweaters and headed to the barn to get two of the 35 pumpkins we’ll most likely be purchasing this season.

The girls are dressed head-to-toe in Crazy 8. I absolutely love their clothes! They’re affordable, great quality and so stylish. And it was so fun mixing and matching the prints, colors and accessories from their fall line! I decided to dress the girls in layers. With the weather being very unpredictable, I didn’t want to dress them too warm and have them be complaining they’re hot as soon as we got there. The best thing about layering for fall is that you can always remove layers during the warmer parts of the day and put them back on when it gets cooler in the morning and afternoon.

I can’t get over Delainey’s poncho. That seriously might be one of my favorites pieces she’s worn to-date. I want one in my size! And Leighton’s military jacket?! So on-trend haha! The best part – both of the girls LOVED their outfits. I can still get Leighton to wear what I want, but as far as my 4-year-old? If she doesn’t like it, it’s a battle to get her to even try it on. And luckily, that wasn’t an issue this morning!

You can find both of their full looks below:

Delainey’s Look: Cable Sweater Poncho // Sparkle Floral Tee  // Jeggings // Metallic Boots

Leighton’s Look: Eyelet Military Jacket  // Embroidered Top  // Floral Jeggings  //Metallic High-Top Sneakers

I hope everyone had a great Friday!!

Cheers! Xoxo


Thank you to Crazy 8 for sponsoring this post!


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