Another autumn, another trip to the Queens County Farm Museum. This year things were a little warmer (my hands are very thankful) but just as enjoyable. One of our main goals was to get a better finishing time trying to navigate the Amazing Maize Maze. Last year we spent a good hour, victims of our terrible senses of direction, walking in circles. This time we got it down to about 30 minutes due to a little bit of luck and a real attempt to read the map.
This shirt is my way of cheating the mock neck. I have seen striped, 70s mock necks in many varieties in the past couple of months and though I think they're cute, I could never bring myself to purchase one. Thankfully, this Vila top looks like a mock neck but is actually an intentionally backwards shirt. Whether it's a true 70s style or not, there is something about those warm, slightly off-kilter colors from the era that feel homey, and the farm evokes that same feeling. I love Halloween dearly, but the best part of October is cuddling up with a mug of warm cider and enjoying a New England fall.
Dressed in: Vila via Asos top (similar), Levi jeans, Modcloth brogues and Urban Outfitters necklace and Emma sunglasses.