Clothing, Shoes

Hoodies/Jeans/Sneakers: Farmers Market

October 16, 2017 | by Scott

You decided to get out of the house this weekend and visit your local farmers’ market before it goes away at the end of this month until next spring. What are you going to wear? Well, your handy uniform: hoodies/jeans/sneakers. The key to this visit is lots of walking and standing so a comfy outfit like this is perfect for the occasion. Here are our picks for a visit to the Farmers Market.

The Hoodie: Volcom Men’s Darwin Sweatshirt, $14.96 (was $60)

This is a classic grey hoodie, but with a fun print in the back. Made from cotton and polyester, you can wear it by itself or under a coat during colder months. Style it with a tee with a graphic print or a printed shirt to liven up the outfit a bit. The hoodie is on sale at Macy’s for 60% off!

The Jeans: 1 Authentic Skinny Jean, $41.98 (was $79.50)

With the fall season in full swing, you’ll want to wear a pair of jeans that work with multiple outfits. Black skinny jeans are great for that because you can style with so many different tees, coats, and shoes. Anything from topcoats to a trench, sweaters, then finish them off with chukka boots or derbys for a preppy outfit. This pair is from Lucky Brand which is having a sale where you can get a second a pair of jeans at 50%.

The Sneakers: Ben Sherman Connall Lo Sneaker, $29.97 (was $85)

You’re going to need comfortable shoes to walk all morning at the Farmers Market, but that doesn’t mean that you should wear ugly shoes. Enter these stylish grey canvas sneakers featuring a lightly padded footbed for when you have to wait 30-minutes in line to get that apple-butter deliciousness at the busiest booth. Right now the sneakers are 65% at Nordstrom Rack. Check them out!

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