Style: Five Things to do Outdoors This Fall

Fall is one of my favorite seasons – the crispness in the air makes me excited for the holidays that we all know will be here before we know it. Each season, I try to put together a small list of our favorite things to do before the holidays come. One of the most important things for us is enjoying the outdoors. With a little one we are constantly thinking of new adventures to go on with him.

Last Sunday, there was a break between rain storms so we took full advantage of this time. We put on our cozy fall layers – myself in a flannel shirt I can’t stop wearing and Jackson in his toggle jackson, which he loves! We packed up into the car and drove to Lands End – one of the most incredible places to see where the ocean meets the bay. It’s times like these that I cherish living in this city.

Five Things to do Outdoors This Fall

  1. Puddle jumping in the rain (we’ve already checked this off our list multiple times!).

  2. A trip to the pumpkin patch.

  3. Go to our local farmers market weekly to cook seasonal food.

  4. Explore both the Presidio and Golden Gate Park.

  5. Find an apple orchard near SF to take the family to.

What do you have on your fall do-to list? I’m constantly adding to ours!


Outfit Details

Caitlin: Quilted Vest in Black | Plaid Flannel Boyfriend Shirt | Rockstar Super Skinny Jeans in Dark Wash | Honeycomb Infinity Scarf in Charcoal Heather

Jackson: Wool Toggle Coat in Charcoal | Striped Tee | Skinny Cords in Knight Time 


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Photos by Claire Giffen for Sacramento Street



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