fall feels with free people.

The weather in Oklahoma has a mind of its own. We had a few cooler days in October but I know fall really isn’t here until I see the leaves change colors. Lucky for me–I went to Tulsa this weekend to visit my parents and sister and I got to see the most prettiest leaves! If you want to see some gorgeousssss fall foilage then head to Utica Square!! I was in complete awe with the yellow, orange, and red leaves. Plus, you can get a chance to get some holiday shopping done. Who doesn’t want that? I went into Anthropologie and they are having 20% off all home items.  Grab yourself my absolute favorite candle by Capri Blue in Volcano. My mom ended up purchasing a gold wired fruit basket and a sugar pot. Too cute!

In my Utica Square outing, I wore a Free People cardigan I snagged during Macy’s sale about 3 weeks ago. It was originally $128 and I got it for about $50! I believe it’s still on sale but the price is about $75 now. I’ll link all outfit details below the pictures.

Where is the best place to view fall foilage in your hometown?

Also, shoutout to my lovely sister, Maissa for taking my pictures!!

This adorable doormat was at Blacksheep Boutique in Tulsa.

Pictured here: Free People Low Tide Cardigan, Vince Camuto hat (found it in burgundy–I purchased mine from Nordstrom Rack in Tulsa for $20. Check your local Nord Rack first!), BCBGMaxazria Turtlneck (similargreat quality–my sis bought a black one),  AG Farrah Ankle High-rise Jeans, Vince Camuto Cyndia Booties (similar), Kendra Scott Y Necklace, and of course–my purse bae, Gucci!

Oh you know–trying to be artsy.

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