It was a fantastic Summer, but as Fall officially hit on Saturday evening my inner basic white girl is rejoicing!!
As the PSL’s begin to flow I wanted to take the time to go over some of my favorite Fall things and ways that everyone can get out and enjoy the season in this gorgeous state!
First the essential wardrobe needs for the season…flannels, chunky knit sweaters, and ankle boots.
Since the weather is completely unpredictable this time of year layering is essential. My favorite flannels that I have been rocking are actually from Target!
I’m a fan of buffalo plaid and over sized. This allows for that trendy around the waist look that we have seen so much lately.
My favorite sweater that I have been wearing is from Sora & Co. Go check out their website because they have so many adorable pieces that will be certain to satisfy your chunky knit needs.
PC: Sora & Co.
And I’m headed back to Target for my favorite ankle boots. These combat style boots are the most comfortable and are great with just about anything. I’ve worn them with jeans, leggings, and skirts.
Besides the cute outfits, there are so many great things to do during the season.
First go catch the Grizzlies or the Bobcats play a home game. Missoula and Bozeman are such awesome towns that have even better fans. The University of Montana’s homecoming is Oct. 6th and Montana State’s is Oct. 13th. These would be great games to attend no matter who you are cheering for. (Go Griz!)
Check out one of the many Fall festivals or Oktoberfest. With the great brewery scene throughout the state there are so many different seasonal brews to try! Plus these events are usually partnered with live music and great food vendors.
Finally, you knew it was coming… go to Yellowstone! The park in the fall is a happening place for wildlife activity. Particularly for Elk as they begin to rut. The park also takes on stunning colors and the majority of the tourists are gone!
So, grab your flannel and boots and get outside to enjoy the season!
Before you know it we will be dusting off the skis 😉