Kimono Dress in Dupont

kimono dress

How amazing was yesterday’s weather?? I mean 80 degrees in February is pretty nice (except you know the effects of global warming and all, but that’s a topic for a different day). I took a long lunch and went to Cava with my mom before taking these shots on the most adorable corner street in Dupont.

Kimono dresses are great for this kind of weather in traditionally colder months. I mean you’re not exactly sure what to wear, right, because it’s winter still, so you either layer or you go with something lightweight. This dress has enough coverage for a breeze, but won’t make you sweat. And the print is so fun against the background of Dupont row houses.

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Cross hiking off your Fall bucket list


Photography: Oksana Berman

What I’m wearing: Tank- Fabletics (couldn’t find the one I’m wearing, but I love this one with mesh detailing), Leggings- Kenneth Cole, Sports bra- Pink (similar)

 I’ve had such a fabulous time with my mom, and one of my favorite things that we did this past weekend, was go hiking. It wasn’t aggressive or anything like that, I would definitely need more prep time to do like an actual hike, but it was really nice to walk the trail, enjoy nature (especially in the fall- how freaking gorgeous are the trees?!), and take some pictures. Of course, we also wore cute activewear. 

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Where to go apple picking near D.C.

apple picking

On Sunday, Greg and I ventured out to Homestead Farms in Poolesville, Maryland to go apple picking. I had never been apple picking before but it just sounded like the most fall of all the fall things to do, so I decided this year was the year. And we went on October 1st and it was 65 degrees. All the pieces fell into place.

If you’re into apple picking (or pumpkin picking, or squash or really any other kind of vegetable or fruit that you can pick) and you like farm animals, sprawling land, and homemade apple/pumpkin butter, go to Homestead Farms.

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