I love me some fall weather, but fall activities are my favorites too! About a week ago, we headed to the pumpkin patch. It’s hard to believe that we’ve been coming to this same patch since Layla was Ellie’s size! (You can actually see one of our first trips with Layla here! ?) This time I really made an effort for us all to coordinate for our family pumpkin patch picking outfits. It was all about blacks, whites, and berry tones.
If you want more info about how I typically coordinate our outfits, read my tips for family photo outfits! But for these outfits, I headed to Old Navy and focused on the girls’ looks first. I’ve especially been loving Old Navy lately because they have been reusing a lot of prints and colors throughout their different lines! The berry tones seemed to be one of the most prevalent options from baby all the way to women’s, so I started there.
There were several dress options that matched for baby and toddler but I didn’t want them to match exactly. I found this adorable berry overall romper for Ellie and matched it to a polka dot toddler dress for Layla. Although the colors look a bit different in the first photo, they are nearly identical in person. Then I decided to accessorize them in black since I knew that would be easy to match with me!
This plaid tunic was one I instantly wanted in my wardrobe. I mean, anything we can wear with leggings, right?!! And the black and white went perfectly with the girls’ wardrobes. All of my accessories I kept neutral: tan and camel go with everything and feel very fall when mixed with berries and blacks!
And for Aaron, I picked out a gray and black top, which tied it all together! Sticking with neutrals and adding one of two bolder colors always works for me!
Tell me: do you have a formula for coordinating with your family?