Praise The Ripe Field

The wonderful thing about taking pictures on weekends and staying a few days ahead means that when I do get sick I can lay around in sweatpants (I own a pair!) and the blog still goes on. I took these pictures on a healthier day. There are so many corn fields, pumpkin patches, hay bales and so on around my area it was only fitting to photograph myself in some of them. My roommates are proposing a trip through a corn maze one weekend, but at the moment anything involving the outdoors with the cold weather and healthy, happy people sounds terrible. Right now all I seem to be able to handle is living curled up around a space heater in a nest of blankets with my favorite books and a steady stream of Netflix going. My mind isn't at its normal functioning levels, but I don't know whether to blame the cold or the cocktail of medicine my friends have supplied me with. Now if I could just get my housemates to also provide room service I might never have to leave this cozy little lair I've made...

Outfit details:
Zara dress



  1. so cool! was thinking of doing a cornfield shoot..but LA doesn't have cornfields

  2. Great sweater and shoes!

  3. Get better soon, girl!!

  4. Feel better soon!

    This is a great outfit- very classic and self-confident.

  5. Oh girl, I really love your style!!!!

    Get better soon!

  6. Feel better soon!


  7. Awww, I hope you feel better soon. This outfit is lovely, you look so cosy, and the light is beautiful xo

  8. i love corn fields! and corn mazes :)
    feel better soon!
    ~niki <3

  9. Awesome post! You look lovely

  10. just beautiful. i adore those shoes. and all of your settings all of the time. i'm far too afraid to go to a corn field because i'm worried someone will yell at me or something. being sick is the worst - i hate knowing friends are going out and i just am far too inundated to go
    <3 katherine
    of corgis and cocktails

  11. @Katherine, I found this cornfield bordering a public park and soccer field. So I stayed on the park side and decided if anyone yelled at me I could explain I thought the public was allowed here b/c it was in the park. I really do make an effort not to trespass on private property--I don't want to be yelled at either! :)


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