Currently Loving: Fall Field Favs

fall flower farming gear
We've hit the sweet spot between the heat of the summer and the brutal cold of winter and I'm living for those perfect 70-degree days in the flower field. Here's a quick roundup of my favorite gear for fall in the flower field. 
  1. Utility Leggings: These fall somewhere between a pant and a legging. They’re not skin-tight but slim enough to tuck into boots and multiple pockets for all of my tools.

  2. Gardening Bibs: The shorts are my go-to all summer and into the early fall (seen most recently here) and are currently on sale! I just ordered the lined pants version to get me through fall and winter.

  3. Canvas Bibs: You can never have too many bibs. These are a little heavier and although they’re permanently grass-stained and muddy, I absolutely love my ivory pair (seen here).

  4. Coveralls: Listen, I was a little skeptical when I received these as a gift but then I discovered how amazing coveralls really are. If I’m popping out to the field quickly to adjust low tunnels or cut a few stems, I slip these on overtop whatever I’m already wearing and get to it.

  5. Rain Coat: I slip this on top of my hoodie or sweater on misty mornings when there’s cutting to do. It’s pretty lightweight and super durable.

  6. Heavy Canvas Coat: If I’m wearing this coat, I mean business! This one comes out on the most brutal days when the wind is whipping and I’m try to get back inside ASAP.

  7. Rubber Mocs: The lowest version of the classic LL Bean boot, I’ll toss these on for just about any task in the field and am just as likely to wear them to the grocery store.

  8. Muck Boots: I wear these boots year round (they have a cute floral print inside, seen when they’re worn folded down!) but in the winter pair them with a heavy pair of socks for the coldest, muddiest days.

  9. Chelsea Boot: These were a bit of a splurge, but I treated myself to these boots after the Duluth shoot and can’t WAIT to wear them from the field to the shop and everywhere in between.

Most of these items take me right through the winter months, with a few extra layers. But here's hoping for a few more weeks of gorgeous fall weather before we get to those bitter days! 

fall planting in the flower field

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