DETAILS.
Denim Jacket (size 0) // Grey Cardigan (size small – so soft!) // Black Coated Denim (runs true to size) // Nude Patent Heels // Chanel Bag (similar under $200 here) // Michael Kors Watch // Sunglasses // Necklace

CODY’S OUTFIT.
Jacket // White V-Neck // Plaid Top (old similar here and here) // AG Skinny Jeans // Sneakers (on sale) // Sunglasses // Nixon Silver Watch


Today’s post is a continuation of our mini series on Date nights (if you missed the first post you can read it here). Cody and I put together a list of nine Fall date night ideas under $50:

1. Bonfire: Build a bonfire and enjoy some campfire treats of your choice, like s’mores or roasted starburst. Don’t forget skewers! I just ordered this s’more tree skewer so you can cook more than one at a time. 

2. Local Ghost Tours:  Join a local ghost tour in your city.

3. Outdoor Movie Night: Stream a movie of your choice outside with this projector designed for your phone and a blank wall (or sheet). Cuddle up in a flannel blanket with popcorn, some apple cider or any warm beverage of your choice.

4. Geocaching: A friend just told us about this and I am so excited to try it! For those of you not familiar, geocaching is treasure hunting using GPS coordinates. The treasure is usually hidden in weather-proof canisters and range from random trinkets to a pencil and log of successful hunters for you to add your name to. Find geocaches near you by searching online or downloading a Geocache app. 

5. Call it a (bed) day: Stay in bed all day, or as long as you can. Indulge in the laziest activities you can think of, like marathon binge-watching your favorite TV shows, or catching up on a good book or magazine. This blanket alone looks like reason enough to stay in bed all day.

6. Carve pumpkins: Challenge your date to a pumpkin-carving contest. If you wanna take it a step further – solicit votes from friends or on social media. May the best carver win!

7. Fishing: Head to the best local fishing hole and cast a few lines for a relaxing date. If fishing isn’t your thing, take an old loaf of bread to a local pond and feed the ducks or fish.

8. Roam a local bookstore: Share some of your favorite books or discover new favorites together. We like to pick a book store that has a Starbucks or coffee shop so we can drink something warm while we peruse.

9. Hike: Fall is the prettiest time of year. Take advantage of it! 

Below are few more favorites for your Fall date night:

WOMEN’S:
Coated Boyfriend Skinny Jeans (just got these- obsessed!)
MEN’S:
 
Have a great weekend!
XOX, 
Christine
 
*Photos by JessaKae

 

 

 

 

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  1. So cute! The geocaching sounds like so much fun! I also love the way you have layered.

    xo
    Kim
    almosttheredc.wordpress.com

  2. Such a cute post idea! Loving the pictures too – the plaid and grey combos are the best! Xo, Sarah

  3. Such a perfect casual style!

    Check out my blog: bambolai.blogspot.com

  4. I mean this with nothing but respect: Your husband is HOT. (you are also beautiful) Get it girl!

  5. Designer Era

    You both look gorgeous.Love the accessories that you wear and also love the idea that he tie up his shirt.

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    You both are looking attractive in FALL DATE NIGHT IDEAS,
    I like it 🙂

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