Harvest Picnic With Barefoot Wine

Disclaimer: #ad This post is in collaboration with Barefoot Wine, all opinions are mine alone.
harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

harvest picnick with barefoot wine, baily lamb

Cape: Soft Surroundings c/o | Leggings (similar here) | Boots: Tommy Hilfiger | Watch: Wristology {use code: bailylamb10 for 10% off} | Girl Gang Wine Glasses: Ankit c/o   // For Dragana’s outfits you can follow her at @maddylovesg

Hello my beautiful readers!

What a great time I had at a harvest picnic with Barefoot Wine and Dragana from @maddylovesg the other day. With Thanksgiving exactly a week away, I thought that it would be perfect to share these pictures with you guys, since you can never have too many ideas for table scapes, hostess gifts or holiday outfits.

Whether you are hosting a holiday party this year or attending one, having a glass of Rosé from Barefoot Wine would be a such a delight. Compared to a lot of my friends I wouldn’t consider myself a wine expert.  To be honest with you I haven’t even been to a wine tasting,  however don’t let that fool you of my wine expertise. I don’t have to be a wine expert to tell you and to know when something tastes delicious, and I must say that the Rosé from Barefoot Wine is the most delicious wine I have tasted in a while. No wonder that the Barefoot Wine is the most awarded wine brand. The sweetness of fruity flavors of cherry and watermelon with a hint of lime is everything I was looking for in a Rosé.  For someone who loves watermelons and cherries, I asked myself with each sip I took, if there is anything better in this world than the flavor combination of this Rosé.

Not only does the Rosé taste really good, but the light pink with rose gold bottle packaging is super chic and will look amazing with your decor like these gold foil wine glasses. Also, it will make the best hostess gift for the holidays this year. Everyone can agree that a beautiful wrapping or packaging is half of the gift. So it’s not enough for the wine to taste good I think it has to be presentable as a gift as well.

As for my outfit I wore this beautiful cape from Soft Surroundings. The faux fur trim is so chic and adds a perfect touch of glamour. I paired it with red plaid leggings and black knee high boots. For a dressier look go with  these high heel boots, and these without a heel for a more casual but still very stylish ensemble.  The capes are one of my favorites for Fall and Winter, especially when worn with leggings and boots. As you can see unlike some capes that hit at the waist level, this one is long enough to give you coverage,  so you can wear those leggins.  I think this look is  perfect for the holiday gatherings that are coming up.

I hope you were able to get some holiday fashion inspiration and hostess gift ideas.  If you have not checked out the Rosé from Barefoot Wine, I highly suggest you check them out!

Let me know in the comments below if you are planning to host any holiday parties this year.

xo, Emily

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7 Comments

  1. November 16, 2017 / 12:30 pm

    Your photos are so beautiful! Also, I am such a fan of barefoot wine for casual picnics. Thanks for sharing!

  2. November 16, 2017 / 1:44 pm

    Your outfit looks stunning! And that wine sounds so delicious.

    Linda

  3. November 16, 2017 / 1:47 pm

    Such a cozy look! I love the coat AND the decor is to die for! Great post love <3

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