Best Pumpkin Picking Outfits

Best Pumpkin Picking Outfits

Going to the pumpkin patch is one of the most anticipated seasonal activities of the year. People both young and old enjoy the change of pace as they head to the farm and spend a relaxing afternoon selecting pumpkins for home decorations, pies, and jack-o-lanterns. You can just feel the excitement about the upcoming holidays as you smell apple cider and kettle corn in the air. Since this can only happen during harvest season, pumpkin pickers enjoy looking their best so they can look festive for photos and enjoy the spirit of autumn.

When you head to the patch, feel the coziest and stylish by wearing warm, weather-proof clothing that also offers all the traditional fall details you desire. Overall, uniting fashion with function can equip you to look and feel your best as you spend time outdoors at the farm. This is your chance to pull out some of your favorite fall styles from storage and feel festive! From comfy sweats to weather-resistant boots, here are the best pumpkin picking outfits.

Wool Sweaters and Leggings

When you’re at the pumpkin patch, it’s hard to resist that fall selfie. So just enjoy the moment and take all the photos you want. This is your chance to fill your Insta reel with a video of you tossing fall leaves, posing with your pumpkin picks, and spending time with the people you love. Prepare for your next social media update by wearing stylish, seasonal tops like a women's wool sweater. Wool is a cozy material that can be just enough to keep the cold away on its own for its plush and thermal nature.

Wool-cotton blends also offer a soft feel and excellent texturing all over with cable-knit and ribbed cuffs and collars. Wear your wool sweater in a flattering tunic length to match with some fleece leggings or skinny jeans, which you can easily pair with some knee-high boots. Top everything with a chunky scarf and light jacket, and you have a gorgeous pumpkin picking outfit that’s worthy of your next social media update.

Outfits for Men

Men's outfits for pumpkin patches follow a simple, timeless formula: jeans, sweater, jacket, and boots. This combination of four key elements make sure that you stay warm, look good, and keep your feet protected from mud in the process. Any typical men's sweater  works as long as you pick a material that’s warm enough like wool blends, cashmere, or heavy cotton cable-knit sweaters.

If the day turns chilly as the sun sets, keep a fleece jacket and one of yourmen's scarves nearby so you can add on an extra layer. If your area gets particularly cold falls, keep a wool coat in your car for quick retrieval. Your footwear should protect you from the puddles of mud and uneven terrain that awaits, so get a pair that has some traction and length to it. This makes sure that even if you get ankle-deep in a pumpkin patch puddle, your feet will stay dry and comfortable.

Flannel Shirts for Everyone

It’s almost impossible to talk about fall fashion without mentioning flannel shirts. This shirt can be styled in so many ways to accommodate all the fluctuating temperatures of fall. Roll up the sleeves and leave a few buttons open on a warm afternoon. Then, roll the sleeves down and button up this shirt when the breezes start to feel chilly. 

Flannel shirts can also be tied at the bottom to accentuate the waist and provide more shape to your outfit. As you shop for this style, you’ll find flannel shirts in all different colors, the weight of fabric, and lengths. From warm tunic styles to summery short-sleeved cotton variations, there is a flannel shirt that satisfies your need for fall fashion no matter the weather. Wear this with a pair of jeans, maxi skirts, leggings, or corduroy pants to make a picture-perfect outfit for the pumpkin patch.

Fabulous, Waterproof Footwear

Pumpkin patches are on farms, which means uneven terrain and occasional mud. This isn’t the place to wear your city scene shoes. Instead, you need footwear that keeps out water that you won't have to fuss with during your adventure. We highly recommend waterproof shoes with good traction, such as rain boots and women's duck boots. Rain boots have a plain exterior that’s easy to clean, while duck boots usually have more colors, patterns, details, and lacing. Both shoes are built to keep water out, but rain boots are more for their function and duck boots unite style and function. Depending on what type you prefer, you can create wonderful pumpkin picking outfits with either. 

Now that you have some ideas to work with, you can get started on creating the best pumpkin picking outfit for your next fall adventure.

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