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    Oregon in October OOTD

    Oregon in October OOTD

    If you haven’t already checked out my Oregon Guide, make sure to open it up in a new tab and check it out when you finish seeing what I wore!: http://www.bloomingbleu.com/portland-or/

    Exploring Oregon

    Outfit #1: October was a tricky month in Oregon because some days it felt really warm (60 degrees) and other days it was in the really chilly (40 degrees). I chose this outfit because I knew I would be hiking and traveling all day. I figured because I was hiking (even if near a waterfall which typically is cooler) I would get hot after awhile. I would just tie my jacket around my waist and tan off my hat when the time came to start shedding.

    Hat: HM (color not available)

    Jacket: Velvet Heart Similar

    Mock neck white sweater and pink sweatshirt: THRIFTED

    Jeans: Velvet Heart

    Boots: Blundestones (awesome for hiking and everyday wear)

    Beach Day

    Outfit #2: Someone told me these photos looked like I was on Mars and now that is all I can see. BUT, I am obsessed wit this outfit. The boots weren’t the best decision because we had to hike up a sand mountain to get to these views, but I definitely wear them with almost every outfit now!

    Hat: Brandy Melville (no longer available, a few on poshmark and mercari)

    Sweater: Thrifted srry:(

    Jacket: Velvet Heart

    Jeans: Sundry

    Shoes: Seychelles (DR. Marten dupes)

    By the Lake

    Outfit #3: Wore this outfit while on a long car ride and it was so comfy! These pants are really lightweight and not your typical sweats. They are great for wearing on the beach or by the lake.

    Hat: HM

    Shirt: Indy Brand

    Pants: Velvet Heart

    Shoes: Vans

    Chilly by the Pacific

    Outfit #4: Every time I’ve been in the pacific it has been so chilly. That being said, DRESS WARM. I knew I would need something cute, but not look like I was freezing to death.

    Sweater: Wooden Ships

    Jeans: Free People

    Boots: Blundestones


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