Saturday was the first day of “Spooky Farm” at Knott’s Berry Farm. Spooky Farm is Knott’s Berry Farm’s kid friendly event, happening every weekend during October, and it allows for kids to dress up and trick-or-treat within Ghost Town, take part in a costume contest, and more. For me, even though I can’t do any of that, it’s still fun to enjoy the autumn atmosphere and interact with some friendly ghosts.
I picked up this dress at the same time and shop as the dress I wore for my Rapunzel Disneybound that I wrote about last month, and just like that dress, I have been waiting eagerly to wear this! The moment I saw it I knew it was going to be the dress to wear to Spooky Farm! And it was quite the hit too, which made me happy.
I had always intended to make another Spooky Farm parasol, but September got really crazy for us, and that won’t die down anytime soon due to some major news that I can’t wait to share with you!
Dress: Decades Vintage Clothing, Salt Lake City, Utah
Belt: Pinup Girl Clothing
Bat Barrette: Knott’s Berry Farm
Bangles: Here and there…
Parasol: Made by Me
Purse: Dapper Day Expo
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8 comments on “Spooky Saturday”
I love this dress! It’s so fun and the Charlie Brown parasol is adorable! Did you really make it yourself?
~ Megan Joy
Thank you! And yep, I sure did!
Adorable dress!! I always love seeing you in full dresses that require a petticoat. Can’t wait to read about your major news, (I’m so curious to know if it might be your expecting;);)
I love your dress! It is perfect for Knott’s Spooky Farm.
you look awesome and I love the Peanuts parasol!
Awesome dress! Another great parasol too. 🙂 What kind of paint do you use? I would love to see a tutorial on that.
I use Prismacolor art markers actually, not paint. I have more control with the markers, and they produce a more clean, printed feel.
Gorgeous dress, I love how the gingham is summery, but the colours autumnal. Makes it more versatile that way!