Miami is fabulous for so many reasons. While, if you pay close attention, you can notice a lessening of the humidity, first in the evenings, followed by the glorious "other season" that is not summer, there is no such thing as "leaves changing" and "boot weather" here in the 305. It's something I've learned to accept and to which I've become accustomed, but sometimes, at least once in a while, you need to find a way to experience the Fall that brings us Haloween, football weather and the end of daylight savings.
The temperature has dropped down a bit here in Florida, which meant grabbing my fabulous vintage suede jacket out from the closet and ripping the tags off. Because it was still too hot to be completely covered, I opted for a light romper from L*Space. I grabbed my girls and we headed north to a pumpkin patch.
My favorite time of year is Halloween and nothing makes me more excited than pumpkin carving. When I was little, my Grandpa used to come over and help make a spooky monster out of this giant vegetable. Now that I'm older, I carry on this tradition in Grandpa's honor, but with my girlfriends, some wine and pumpkin seed roasting.
Regardless of where you are, take advantage of the not-hot, but not-cold weather. This time of year is the absolute best and should always be welcomed with a trip to a pumpkin patch.