Transitioning to Fall

Transitioning to Fall

Transitioning to Fall

Transitioning to Fall

Transitioning to Fall

Transitioning to Fall

Outfit Details

Top: TJMaxx  ||  Denim: Old Navy  ||  Heels: Old Navy  ||  Handbag: Michael Kors  ||  Bracelets and Necklace: JCrew  ||  Earrings: Francescas

Happy Friday! Hope you all had a great week. No worries, the weekend is here! My week has been somewhat crazy.  The pop up shop for the boutique was last weekend and straight to my Monday to Friday gig I went. I am exhausted!!

This look is from date night a few weeks ago downtown Indianapolis with my husband. I love Fall and dates with him. It is about that time to start transitioning into my Fall wardrobe. This emerald green top is one of my favorite colors for Fall and I love it with dark brown hair. Pair it with your favorite denim, a neutral heel and you are set. A lot of these pieces are old and have been in my closet for years. Yes, years. We all don’t have access to a money tree so utilizing pieces to transition from season to season is important for your pocket book. How are you transitioning your pieces to Fall?

In need of some new Fall pieces? Check out 7th and Park for some awesome new items for your wardrobe.

Happy weekend!

Jessica

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Just Add Texture

Just Add Texture

Just Add Texture

Just Add Texture

Just Add Texture

Just Add Texture

Outfit Details

Pants: Banana Repulic  ||  Top: Old Navy (old)  ||  D’orsay Flats: Nordstrom Rack

Happy Wednesday ladies! Today I share with how I took basic colors and added texture to make the outfit more than just basic. Transitioning to Fall is always about keeping it somewhat lightweight since the temps are still very hot. Adding texture to any outfit is always an option just make sure you don’t have multiple textures going on at once, it will over do the outfit. D’orsay flats are in right now, be sure to find a pair and color you love!

Have you been following along on my daily Instagram adventures? Be sure to follow me @mybrunetteadventureblog to stay up to date with my daily adventures.  In case you missed it, I shared a few of my favorite items I purchased this past Labor Day sale weekend, go check it out. What are some of your favorite sale items you picked up?

XOXO,

Jessica

Peach Cobbler Recipe

I have said it before, but in case you missed it, I am more of a baker than a cook. I enjoy baking over cooking any day. Today, I am sharing a new recipe I made this past weekend for my husband. A quick and easy cobbler! My husband is a sweets lover and loves a good peach cobbler.  It was my turn to bake a peach cobbler for the first time at home. It was a hit and he loved it! I hope you will too, enjoy!

Next time I am going to make the top of the cobbler more like my Berry Cobbler I made here.

Peach Cobbler

Prep Time: 15 mins  Cook Time: 60 minutes  Total time: 1 hour 15 minutes   

Serves: 6

You will need to gather all your ingredients.

  • fresh Peaches- 3 cups
  • Baking Powder- 1 1/2 tsp
  • Flour- 1 cup
  • Salt- 1/8 tsp
  • Sugar- 1 cup
  • Butter- 1/2 cup melted
  • Milk- 3/4 cup
  • Brown Sugar- 1/2 cup (less if you like it not as sweet)

Peach Cobbler

Peach Cobbler

Peach Cobbler

Instructions:

(I did not peel my peaches but you can peel the peaches before using them in the recipe)

  1. Melt you butter and place in a casserole dish or glass baking pan. (I used 8X8 glass pan)
  2. Mix together sugar, flour, baking powder and salt. Add to the butter and stir in the milk.
  3. Sprinkle the peaches over batter, do not stir.
  4. Add the brown sugar by sprinkling over the top before placing in the oven.
  5. Bake at 350°F for 1 hour.

Served best warm and with vanilla ice cream.

Peach Cobbler

Peach Cobbler