Abercrombie & Fitch White Knit Sweater (similar, similar), H&M Burgundy Corduroy Short Overalls (similar, similar, similar), Loeffler Randall Perforated Leather Backpack (similar), American Apparel White Thigh Highs (similar), Converse White Canvas Sneakers (similar)
And the third time's a charm. I will never get sick of biking along the Old Croton Aqueduct trail; nothing compares to the feeling you get as you obnoxiously zip past joggers, dog walkers, and hikers, ringing your annoying little bike bell, as yellow leaves fall into your path and the brisk, fall breeze smacks you hard in the face. But seriously, I love all of these things combined and they bring me immense amounts of joy. Even annoying all the locals trying to enjoy a nice, peaceful walk, because I'm an asshole.
Every year I always get a bit too wrapped up in the "fall-ness" of it all and come prepared in a fall outfit to rival all my other fall outfits (2013, 2015). And every year, the bike rental man tilts his head in confusion as I walk in, ready to hit the trails in dresses, skirts, and/or heels. At least I wore "pants" this time around as well as some sort of sneaker. I'm trying, you guys...trying so hard to be practical.
This is the first year we actually made it from Dobbs Ferry all the way to Tarrytown, which requires biking along some busy roads as the trail is interrupted by houses and roads. It was worth the extra hassle (and extra bruises) to grab some $3 hot dogs from Lubins-N-Links that were loaded up with toppings that would make you cry. If you're ever in the area, ditch the fancy artisanal restaurants for these dogs. Woof.