An apple a day keeps the doctor away, as they say. Even though I'm not the biggest fan of apples, off I went to go apple picking at my first time attending a "Pick a Pink Lady" weekend in South Australia. Pink Lady apples, obviously.
|Jacket -Tobi, Jeans - Factorie, Boots - Call It Spring, Bag - Prada|
I've been cherry picking at Harrisville orchards before, and this time, I was back for the apples. I couldn't resist asking the owner why the apple picking event was only for 2 days while cherry picking lasts longer. Apparently, if they opened up for public picking a week early, the apples would not be ripe enough, and if they opened a week later, the apples would be over ripe. Thus, the perfect weekend to open also happens to be the weekend before Mother's day.
The entrance fee was $5 per person, and the apples cost $5 per kilo. So off we went choosing the perfect apples. Picking them is simple - twist rather than pull. Because when you pull an apple down, other apples come down with it. Huh, that statement sounds metaphorical but meant to be quite literal. The entrance fee included this reusable pink bag for you to put your apples in.
Now on to the outfit. For a lovely autumn day that I spent outdoors, I chose comfort and convenience - oh and laziness too. Combat boots, black jeans, a classic striped t-shirt, and then of course, this Elida moto jacket from Tobi in the most beautiful wine color.
faux leather wine moto jacket made me an automatic fan of Tobi.com/au.
What do you think of this look? Also, have you been apple picking before?
*Although some products were sent to me for review, all opinions are my own. *