On Sunday we headed to Silverman's Farm in Easton, Conn. for obligatory fall apple picking with our friends Julia and Anel. Holy hell was the weather this weekend perfect - zero humidity, an easy breeze... everything that makes fall my favorite season. We filled our bags with apples in 12 minutes flat and then spent two hours breaking the rules and exploring the farm. The place was mobbed with cranky parents and sticky kids when we made our way back to the tractors, so we made off with a dozen cider donuts and called it a day.
Julia was one of my main inspirations behind re-launching my blog... we have a similar aesthetic and you can see what a beautiful creative outlet her blog is. I've been really gun shy about publicly announcing it's revival but Anel snapped all of these gorgeous photos and Julia told me they were going up on her blog this week. It was the final push I needed to get my ducks in a row!
It will take me a bit to get my "voice" back on the interwebs but I'm psyched to start blogging again.
(*these shoes are my favorite thing I've bought this year. They are handmade to order in Turkey and available at select boutiques, but I highly recommend a visit to the The Sabah Dealer himself in NYC. You can email them to arrange a personal appointment in their East Village showroom at 12th and 3rd Ave - it's nearly guaranteed that Mickey (the owner) and his stockist Gabby will have a cocktail waiting for you!)