Last weekend, my sister and I decided to have a Friday fun-day and drive out to the Woodenshoe Tulip Festival. I’ve gone to this particular festival every year for the last three years, but my sister had never been before, so of course I had to take her! If you live near Woodburn, it’s definitely a must see. The festival lasts for about six weeks and you can view the tulip rows, play carnival games, go wine tasting, shop the vendor booths as well as their gift shops. They have a ton of different varieties of tulips, I love the multi colored ones and the doubles! It was a gorgeous day with 70 degree weather, a rare occurrence for a March day in Oregon. Since we don’t get warm weather too often in early spring, I decided to bring out one of my new dresses to wear. It’s a charcoal gray color and has a super soft suede texture. I’m actually really glad I wore this because it ended up being the perfect temperature for walking through the tulip fields. The fabric is a little heavier than your average cotton dress, so it kept me warm without having to wear a cardigan over it. What I really loved about this dress though, was the cutout details around the bottom. You don’t have to add a lot of jewelry or accessories because the little details speak for themselves. If you wanted to dress it up, you could pair it with some nude wedged sandals or even dress it down with some pastel pink flats too add more color. I hope you all had a fun weekend and got outside to enjoy Mother Nature!
Thank you to Fred Meyer for sponsoring this post! Ive found some of the cutest dresses, perfect for those sunny spring days at my local Freddie’s! Check out some of my previous Fred Meyer finds here and here.