My favorite part of living in New York, and why I haven’t fled to a warmer client yet, is that there are seasons. The change is something to look forward to and each one brings something new, especially to do.

Dressing for all of the seasons can get expensive, so when I find a piece I can wear all seasons, like this jumpsuit you may have seen me wear in much warmer weather after I found it in late summer.

Speaking of seasons, I finally made it to the incredible outdoor museum, Storm King Arts Center in upstate New York this past weekend just in time for the leaves to fall and the focus is completely on the massive sculptures and perfectly manicured setting that surround you. It also happened to be the second from last weekend of the season before the end of the season, when they close for the winter. I highly recommend going if you can make it there—photos don’t even do it justice and I barely covered half of the 500 acres in the afternoon I spent there.

I haven’t been there since my art school days, but I was even more in awe than I remembered. I’ve only been there during the fall season, which happens to be one of the most beautiful times to be in upstate New York. Still, I’m longing to go back this spring and see what that landscape brings…and perhaps style this versatile jumpsuit for that season.

Club Monaco turtleneck // Free People jumpsuit // Frye boots (similar) // Warehouse pom beanie // Ora Delphine bag (c/o) // Colette Malouf earrings (c/o) // Maison Antonym ring (c/o) // Celine sunglasses // Jamberry nail wraps (c/o)