Texas Fall Look

Sweater: Tularosa [wearing S] | Skirt: Revolve | Boots: Stuart Weitzman, Similar | Hat: Club Monaco | Belt: Gucci, Similar | Bag: LV, Similar | Sunglasses: Ray Ban | Lipstick: Stila

Photography by: Rebecca Dale Adler

I hope you all had the best Thanksgiving weekend! Ours was well, interesting. In the beginning of last week Maxi got sick with a virus. We took her to the pediatrician and they said it was a bad virus going around for little ones. If it’s not hard enough to see your little one sick, when she was at the tail end of her sickness Paul and I got it! My parents were so great and came to get her yesterday so Paul and I could get better.

I finally am better and am going to go get Maxi this morning once she wakes up and let Paul keep sleeping it off. This is a motherhood initiation phase right? At some point you and your child will be sick over a holiday, no?! 😉 So while I did make all the sides for Thanksgiving they didn’t ever get eaten and we never celebrated. But today we are all getting better so that is something to be thankful for!

I had intended on sharing this look yesterday but of course didn’t get around to it, so I wanted to share this look quickly before I got Maxi! If you are somewhere with a warmer fall this a favorite look of mine. I’m thrilled the denim skirt is back to stay and you can easily throw on a pair of over-the-knee boots and a cropped sweater to pair with it.

I hope you love this look as much as I do! And mamas, I need your tricks! What are your vitamin tricks so that you and your family don’t get these nasty viruses that go around in the fall/winter?! If you tell me to drink grape juice, do a headstand and say my “ABC’s” backwards I will. But seriously, does the shot of grape juice every day work?! I hear people rave about that trick online all the time!

Thank you so much for reading!

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  1. Kelli wrote:

    Hi Katey!
    I am a mom and an elementary interventionist so I know the struggle is real when it comes to staying healthy! I think that taking probiotics (like the Tula ones you are already taking) and Vitamin C daily is the best defense. My sister in a nurse and she gives her 3 and 5 year old gummy probiotics daily to help boost their immune system. I would check with your pediatrician to see if they make them for little ones as young as Maxi and your doctor to suggest the amount of Vitamin C that is best for you daily. From one momma to another, hang in there!

    Published 26 Nov 17Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Thank you so much, Kelli! I will definitely ask our pediatrician about that! So hard when you and your baby are sick! 🙁 Thank you for your sweet words! xo

      Published 26 Nov 17Reply
  2. I love your over-the-knee boots and your belt. You look lovely! ❤

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    Published 26 Nov 17Reply
  3. Amber Y wrote:

    Oh my goodness, Katey!! I am so sorry your whole family was sick over Thanksgiving. I had a feeling something was up since you were a little MIA, but I am so happy you’re on the up and up. Best wishes. Oh and I love Airborne. Whenever I feel the slightest scratchy throat or cough I drink 2-3 of those a day and I swear it helps me not get extremely ill.

    Published 26 Nov 17Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Thank you so much, Amber!! You’re so sweet! xo

      Published 26 Nov 17Reply
  4. Such a cute look! <3


    Published 27 Nov 17Reply
  5. Caroline wrote:

    Same thing happened to us! Baby girl got sick the night before thanksgiving and then the rest of the family got sick over the course of the weekend. It was terrible!! I am just thankful she got sick before we got on a plane to California and not once we got there!
    Sick babies are seriously the worst thing but hopefully their immune system will be stronger for it in the long run.

    Published 28 Nov 17Reply
  6. Dalna Montroy wrote:

    Hi Katey! Yes, at some point kids will get sick during special occasions or holidays! So unfortunate, but it happens and it’s ok!

    For my kids, ages, 5, almost 4 and 2 year old, I give them organic sambucus (elderberry)for kids. Maybe once she’s 1, she can start taking this!


    Published 28 Nov 17Reply