• Fall Outfit Ideas with FarmHer

October 21, 2019 2 Comments

If you're like me, when the season shifts, so do my thoughts on what we wear!  Check out a few of my favorite fall looks, using just a few articles of clothing.  Just a few pieces can take you from the barn to the office and just about everywhere in between! 

Our Favorite T-Shirt

For starters, here is our most longstanding and definitely overall favorite FarmHer Love the Land T-shirt!  Just throw your favorite flannel on over it and you've got the perfect layered look!  Jeans and my comfiest waterproof work boots and I'm set!

Shop the FarmHer Love the Land T-Shirt.

The Bad Look

While summer is over, this tank definitely isn't.  I love to layer so this tank has carried right into the fall...and its statement is a definite must WHEREVER you are!  Follow this look from casual, to layered up with our Vintage Camo, to the office look with a blazer and add a little more fun with a leopard print scarf!

Shop the Bad Tank or Vintage Camo Sweatshirt

Straight Up FarmHer

Last but not least, we've got another layered look.  It all starts with the Vintage FarmHer T-Shirt and some simple leggings - these are actually exercise leggings.  This shirt is just about the softest you can imagine and one word, says it all!  Throw on our Love the Land crewneck over it when the weather gets cold and then if the rain hits, top it all off with our black Camo windbreaker!

Shop the Vintage T-shirt, Love the Land Crewneck sweatshirt and black camo windbreaker.

So, there's what you'll see me in this fall! I'd love to see some of your favorite FarmHer outfits too!  Be sure to use the #FarmHer on Instagram and we'll keep an eye out to share through our stories.  Happy Fall! 

-Marji




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