How We’re Spending Our Fall Mornings

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I’d been so excited to finally get Jude a Patagonia insulated jacket, and it was so fun picking out a kid-approved color like that tomato red. For size reference, he is 20 months old and wearing a 2T. Lately I’ve been buying him 3T everything because he is growing so quickly, but the 2T is perfect for layering now and even has room for him to grow into. And ohh my goodness how fun are those checkered Vans? He LOVES them! And I love them because we get to match! 😉 Plus, velcro is always a win over laces when it comes to toddler shoes in my opinion!

If you need an everyday sweatshirt that you can wear with your lounge pants at home or with jeans for outings, I can’t recommend my Patagonia Crew Sweatshirt enough! It comes in a handful of colors and I’m wearing a size medium (I always get a medium in Patagonia pullovers/sweatshirts – I recommend sizing up so you can layer easily!). I scooped one up for my mom, too…we are big fans of easy, comfortable and cute sweatshirts over here! Y’all know I am a superfan of Vans sneakers and I am loving this black platform style. They’re as comfortable as ever and the platform is such a fun and fashion-forward detail.

What have you been doing in your city to get out and enjoy the cooler temperatures? From mornings at the park, to a jog around our neighborhood and a trip to the pumpkin patch, we are embracing fall and excited for the memories we’ll make this season!

Need a cold weather wardrobe update? Backcountry has you covered with brands like Free People, Sorel, Patagonia, The North Face and more. As always, use code LIVVY15 to take 15% off your first purchase (restrictions apply). 

A big thank you to Backcountry for sponsoring this post! All opinions are my own.





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