Reddening October Trees

While I've gone pumpkin-picking with friends back in Pennsylvania for a couple of years now it's been awhile since I actually carved a pumpkin--they look quite festive without any embellishment and if I did back any alterations it was usually just cutting a hole in the top to steal the seeds for baking. Everything has been feeling marvelously Halloween-festive lately though and I finally carved a pumpkin with a face; I went the traditional route and since a four-year-old voted my pumpkin the best I get to feel superior to the other pumpkin-carvers...There will definitely be more carving and perhaps a little seed eating tonight along with piles of candy because when you're an adult you don't have to troll through neighborhoods in hopes of a few candy bars but can buy as many as you want at the store. One of the few perks of adulthood (then comes the dentist bill)...

Outfit details:
Family Affairs dress (sold out)
old tights (similar)
*pictures by Thomas



  1. That close-up of your hand is breathtaking. And the whole outfit is adorably spooky.

  2. Sweet pictures and a beautiful pumpkin - Happy Halloween! :)

  3. love those tights!


  4. really super diggin the silhouette of that dress. and the happy eyed pumpkin! how fun to be spending halloween in ireland! so many fun superstitions!

  5. Wow, what great photos! I love the cute little jack-o-lantern! And your outfit is perfect--so cozy yet put together. (I'm also experiencing major shoe envy.)


  6. I love the tombstones. Your dress and tights are super cute. Kinda mod looking.

  7. I like how you look like you're friends with the Jack-O-Lantern in the second to last picture! And four-year-olds are the best judges of pumpkin-carving, so you win :)


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