HWDIY: Peach-picking, simple knit miniskirt, and new house.
I know the magazines and stores are full of fall fashion, but it's supposed to be up to 89 still this week, and I'm (as usual this time of year) in denial that summer's almost over. I still haven't worn a bathing suit yet, people! So anyway, I'm still dressing for (late) summer, and wore this simple knit miniskirt with a fave checkered top for peach-picking. Was a great combo, way more festive than shorts, but still cool enough!
Fresh, no-pesticide spray, local peaches... mmm... you'll notice the fuzz is super visible. They have way more fuzz than grocery store peaches, until you wash them I guess!
Watch: AE. Skirt: DIY!
We got 19 pounds of peaches and a few pears, all $0.90/lb, and I've since frozen a bunch. But the day after picking, my mom came by the new house to help me strategize decorating, and of course she styled them. She likes things pretty. So here are some still-lifes from the new house. ;)
Update: Along with this early fall produce... the back-to-school looks are upon us! I'm in denial that colder weather and dark colors are coming, however, so this is my "Back to School" look for Everybody, Everywear this month. With Oregon temperatures pretty high through September, I'm sticking to the last remnants of summer!