outfit | pumpkin patch kids

If you follow me on snapchat { search for margotmeanie } than you saw that I hit up my first ever pumpkin patch with my favourite fam, “The Munsters”.

I can’t believe I haven’t been to one yet, being someone absolutely gung-ho about all things Hallowe’en.

I had a blast and bought perhaps waaay too many pumpkins, but whateva whateva, I do what I want!

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isabella swing dress – c/o SWAK | infinity fringe knit scarf – c/o SWAK | maroon tights – c/o We Love Colors 

I decided I needed to be extra Autumnal for my outing { isn’t Autumnal one of the best words to say?! } So I rocked a look heavy on deep reds and surprisingly lacking a majority of black I normally rock.

Printed swing dresses are literally everywhere right now, as I mentioned in my Jack & Sally post earlier this week, it’s all part of this 70’s fashion revival. I’m not hugely into it, basically leave me the fun dresses and fringe and I’m good. I don’t require the boot cut/bell bottom trousers { sorry, skinny jeans for LIFE!! }, take your suede button up skirts, but maybe I’ll take the fur vests, those are kinda fun.

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This dress was kindly gifted to me from the babes down at SWAK designs, it’s a 2x. I got the chance to pop in and get a tour as well as meet the team while I was in California. I’m kicking myself that I didn’t think beforehand of contacting more people for my trip. But I still had a great time with just my pop in.

This dress is so comfy and bouncy. The print is fun and something bold for me as I generally shy away from a lot of print. I would have liked the sleeves to go all the way down to the wrist, but honestly, I always seem to push my sleeves up, so it’s for the best.

This fringe infinity scarf is also a gift from SWAK. It comes in three colours and now I need to get the red one too! It’s really deep so it can double as a hood.

The maroon tights are from We Love Colors, I knew I promised a full review this week, but that will have to wait a lil bit longer. The colour really is beautiful though, right?

I finished the outfit off with cute little booties from urbanog.com and a extra wide brim hat from forever 21, which is sadly sold out, but you have find a smaller brim fedora here.

Have you been to a pumpkin patch before? Are you digging the 70’s vibe happening in fashion right meow?

photos courtesy Chris Munster

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    You cutie patootie!! This whole look is on point – you sure do know how to accessorize to perfection. I wish I had’ve gotten to a punkin patch, but enjoyed living vicariously through you 🙂 x

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      Aww, you are always the sweetest! I cannot believe this was my first turn at a pumpkin patch. Must got multiple times each year now!! I don’t think I said this in the post, but I accidentally spent $20 on pumpkins…Eeeps!

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