Perhaps you have a tradition of picking out a live Christmas tree each year, fresh from the farm. Or perhaps this is on your bucket list? If so, what do you wear to the Christmas tree farm?
The hubby and I had the pleasure of capturing Christmas photos for our favorite family this past weekend at Webster’s Christmas Tree Farm. This was a fun and unique experience. We usually go with an artificial tree, but came home with a live wreath. I can see how a trip to the Christmas tree farm would be a great tradition and memory making experience for a family. But for the fashionista, what do you wear?
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Scarf- Asos (old) option option
top- Nordstrom on sale!
vest- Macy’s (old) option option
boots- Naturalizer similar similar similar
earrings- Kendra Scott
You are probably going to be traipsing around in the dirt and the grass might be a little wet if you go early in the morning like we did, so a good pair of leather boots are in order to wear to the Christmas tree farm. I chose my faithful cognac riding boots from Naturalizer. And it is a Christmas tree farm, so some plaid was in order. I recently purchased this striped ruffle peplum top from Nordstrom (it’s a good thickness, not too thin but cozy and perfect for other layers) and wanted it wear it as well. I am on a personal challenge to wear everything new I have purchased (yes, I tend to let new things sit/hang too long) and to wear things that have not been worn in a long time. We are actually having a cool fall with temperatures that will allow for sweaters and scarves, so this plaid blanket scarf was in order. Stripes and plaid, the perfect combo!
What would you wear to the Christmas tree farm?
It’s the last Wednesday of November? What?! I thought it would be fun to play along with What’s Up Wednesday with Mel, Sheaffer and Shay.
What I’m eating this week: Hamburgers twice already and chilli once. Where’s the beef?
What I’m reminiscing about: My grandmother, and the holidays. My grandma passed away in 2003 and I miss her like it was yesterday. Her house was always filled with wonderful food smells, but at the holidays it was fruitcake cookies, pumpkin and sweet potato pie. I miss sleeping there in the cold rooms under piles of homemade quilts, and then running down the hall on the cold hardwood floor to the gas heater in the kitchen to get warm again.
What I’m loving: the cooler weather we’ve had!
What we’ve been up to: Thanksgiving visits to family, the Christmas photo shoot, and Black Friday shopping long before Black Friday ever got here, lol. The sales started way too early.
What I’m dreading: Christmas stress and going back to work after vacation, if it’s going to continue like the last three months.
What I’m listening to: Christmas music! I started early this year.
What I’m wearing: Scarves and leggings! Hello comfortable and cozy.
What I’m looking forward to next month: Christmas and the genuine spirit of giving.
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