I scoured Pinterest images for pumpkin patch outfit inspiration, trying to figure out what to wear, and I finally settled on this head to toe look from Ardene. It just SCREAMS fall.
Keep reading for my exact pumpkin patch outfit details & other fall-tastic fashion finds for the season!!
Half Moon Bay is a sleepy little seaside town about 45 minutes South of San Francisco on Hwy 1. They’re world-famous for their pumpkins, specifically the annual pumpkin festival each October. I grew up in Wisconsin, and I miss going to farms each fall with my family… getting lost in the corn mazes, picking out the PERFECT pumpkin for carving, drinking apple cider.
So, when it came time to get dressed for our pumpkin patch trip, I channeled my inner fall goddess with the help of these cute pieces from Ardene!
I went with the corduroy 70’s vibe here, but with an updated twist. Throwback pants with an emerald green crop top sweater (so trendy this season!) and what I swear is the softest jacket I have ever owned. (Like, seriously, this jacket feels like clouds, I’m obsessed.)
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Pumpkin patch fashion isn’t complete without a good hat, and I’m obsessed with this burgundy beret from Ardene. It’ll be a great fall and winter piece that I can wear in October but also February. Plus, it looks extra cute in photos!
Farmer John’s in Half Moon Bay was the perfect way to kick off the season, but my local pumpkin patch in the city will be opening soon so I’ll be heading to the patches again soon (the beauty of fall is you can never have too many pumpkins, right?!)
If you’re looking for cute outfits, try one of these other pumpkin patch clothing ideas!
Other Cute Pumpkin Picking Outfits to try!
I hope this helps you pick some cute pumpkin patch outfits! Fall is my favorite season (the smells! The scarves! The colors! THE PUMPKINS!), so I love to share chilly weather style trends. Heck, I even dressed up my cat in a pumpkin outfit once, I just love this season.
Finally, some of the pumpkins I brought home are for looks only, but some are grown for baking. That leaves the next question… do I make pie or pumpkin bread?