Fall Style for the Dallas Farmer’s Market

Dallas farmers market

Top: Old Navy// Shorts: Abercrombie// Bag: Kate Spade// Scarf: Pacsun//

Aviators: J. Crew// Shoes: DSW

Happy Monday gals! I can’t believe it’s the last Monday of September. I feel like this month has just flown by. Between starting my new job and decorating for my favorite season, I’ve been a busy girl! Honestly, it doesn’t feel like fall in Texas yet. It’s still 90 degrees everyday and you really can’t wear blanket scarves and quilted vests. I’ve had to incorporate fall colors into my wardrobe instead!

pumpkin spice everything

On Saturday, my boyfriend David and I went to the Dallas Farmer’s Market to enjoy the local produce and get a bite to eat. There were a few greeneries there and they had quite a few pumpkins! Pumpkin everything is the fastest way to this girl’s heart! David posted a picture of us together on his Facebook with a caption that read “I have taken way too many pictures in front of pumpkins today”. I laughed so hard. He’s a real-life “Instagram husband”!

dressing for autumn

As I said earlier, it’s too warm in Texas to dress for fall. My closet is full of warm sweaters, denim, scarves, boots, and cute button ups that I can’t wear yet! I get so jealous whenever I see my Instagram followers posting pictures of themselves all bundled up in cute plaid and riding boots up north. Y’all look so cute crunching through the leaves with your pumpkin spice lattes! For the farmer’s market, I wore some cream-colored lace shorts and a military green tank top with a black and white scarf for a touch of fall style.

stylish fall looks

Since quite a few of my readers are from Texas, I’ll just tell you that the easiest way to make the fall seem like fall is to wear seasonal colors! It always makes me feel like I’m not missing out as much. The Dallas Farmer’s Market was the perfect place to sport some pretty green and cream colors without wearing traditional layers and sweltering in the heat! Being away from my home state of Maryland has made me appreciate growing up surrounded by such beauty all of the time. You just take that for granted until you don’t have it anymore!

Hope you enjoyed my look! It’s super simple and easy to wear for an afternoon out. Next time, I might pair the tank with some white denim and boots. I think it would look really cute! Leave a comment with your favorite fall activity!


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20 Responses to Fall Style for the Dallas Farmer’s Market

  1. I love this! I’m from Jersey where there actually is a fall but it’s still pretty warm here so I love these tips! Those shorts are amazing (:
    <3 Kelly | KaptivatingThoughts.com

  2. simplygailg says:

    Such a fun outfit for pumpkin picking. I wish I could wear shorts now. Love the addition of the scarf. Makes the outfit fall’ish? 😊

  3. Shannon says:

    Congrats on the new job!! From an ex-Dallas girl, these photos are making me soooo nostalgic for the Dallas Farmer’s Market – esp with all the pumpkins! I have to admit, I REALLY appreciate this post since I am going back this week for the first time since I moved & I have absolutely no idea what to expect weather-wise. Typical Texas πŸ˜‰ I am LOVING the lace shorts, I actually think that is the perfect Texas fall piece! xx Shannon

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  4. Kim says:

    Very cute- incorporating fall colors when the weather is not ‘fall’ enough is a great tip!

  5. betweenthepearls says:

    Love this fall look! The olive top and ivory go so well together.

    Alicia | http://www.betweenthepearls.com

  6. Lea says:

    We are definitely feeling the heat here in Houston! I love that you incorporated fall colors even if still in shorts and a sleeveless blouse!

  7. So cute! I wish we could wear shorts now to pumpkin picking. It just got a little too cold.
    xo Jessica

  8. I saw the pumpkins in your pic and quickly thought “is she at Bowles Farm”?!?!? Only you’ll get that πŸ˜‰ Love how you Fall’ed it up with the plaid neck scarf and the olive shirt!!! It’s FINALLY cooled down here in MD!!


  9. Amber says:

    You look so cute girl! Loving that scarf. I think my fav fall activity is decorating my house. I love the smells of fall, so stocking up on fall scents from B&BW is a must πŸ™‚

  10. susie40s says:

    I love the pictures with all those pumpkins! I think one of my favorite fall activities was going to corn mazes with my kids when they were younger. It was fun to try to find the way out. Sometimes it was pretty easy and sometimes it took hours!

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