Monochrome Pumpkin Patch

Spooky scary skeletons.

October wouldn’t be complete without a little pumpkin patch trip. We returned for another year to Sopley P.Y.O. This year there were so many pumpkins and a festive display. Hayden and I went on an hours hunt for the perfect pumpkin for our lounge window. I wanted a ghost pumpkin ( a white one ) and Hayden wanted a perfect traditional orange one. We found lots of photo opportunities this year. I wanted to sit on the pile of pumpkins but ended up just perching as to not knock over the display.

Pattern clashing in the same colour family creates a more put together look. This whole look is monochrome but it doesn’t look boring or plain as the patterns are creating the moment. Sticking to the same colours pulls any look together.

DRESS – H&M | JUMPER – ZARA | BOOTS – DR MARTENS  | BAG – COACH

spot the photo of me looking mad that I got mud all up my jumper.

Pumpkins and Belt Bags

Pumpkin Picking


The perfect way to get into the festive Autumn spirit, being in the cold hair hunting out the perfect pumpkin for your stoop. Hayden and I went to our local Pick Your Own to get pumpkin picking. I can’t wait to carve them and turn them in to lanterns for Halloween.

Finally found a belt bag I love. If you follow me on Instagram, you would have seen my Stories about finding the perfect belt bag, bum bag. This River Island number comes in black too for £24 which is a bargain. The charms on the belt make the whole look more polished (But I still dropped lunch ALL down myself). I paid with a Christmas gift card and had a student 20% off. I’m teaming this belf bag up with everything right now. Blazers, more dresses, jeans, I’m in bag heaven. This time teamed with a crisp white dress shirt, thermal tights.

Why have I never worn thermal tights before? They are so comfy and soft and of course warm. The last time I wore anything thermal was on a ski holiday years and years ago. They will be perfect for our winter adventures Hayden and I have planned. Space boots, the perfect heel for stepping over pumpkins looking for the perfect ones to take home.