So earlier I talked about Knott’s Scary Farm, both with my first day outfit, and a guide to help newbies with the event, but today I’m talking about Knott’s Spooky Farm, the family-friendly event that Knott’s Berry Farm offers on weekends. It’s a fun offering where kids can trick-or-treat, take part in fun crafts such as pumpkin decorating, a costume contest, and check out unique and “spooky animals” (such as snakes and bugs) in the livery stable, as well as chat with friendly ghosts who roam the Ghost Town portion of Knott’s. Unlike Knott’s Scary Farm, Spooky Farm is offered with regular park admission. While it is more geared toward kids, it’s a perfect excuse for breaking out the Halloween and fall colored square dancing dresses.
This dress gave me serious vibes from the episode “Jess-Belle” from The Twilight Zone, in which an Appalachian girl can’t bear to see the man she is in love with marry another, so she turns to a witch for advice, she gets her man, but also turns into a leopard at night. So I tossed on the black cat necklace by Match Accessories, to continue the theme.
And it’s finally October! I’ve had our home decorated for Halloween for awhile, but keep finding new vintage treasures to add! I hope to post photos soon! So stay tuned!
OutfitDress: Skirt Chaser Vintage, Burbank, CaliforniaBelt: Pinup Girl ClothingShoes: Olvera Street, Los Angeles, CaliforniaEarrings: ???Necklace: Match AccessoriesBracelets: Here and there…Ring: Classic Hardware, Burbank CaliforniaPurse: Retro Rejuvenation, Coburg, Oregon