Sequins & Stripes: A Sunday Adventure Day 29

Early* this morning Sequins, Stripes and our good friend Plaid all piled into the car and headed over to the Skagit Valley Yearly Tulip Festival to look at some flowers, have some lady bonding time, and take a bajillion pictures. Also, side note, Sequins definitely drove us home. Because she’s awesome like that. Check out some of our pictures! The titles, if you hover over them, will tell you which one of us took it. Enjoy!

This is what happens when I don't remember I zoomed my camera in to take the previous shot!

Sequins Outfit:

Shirt: Sojourner/ Vest Scarf & Shoes: Thrifted/ Shoes: H&M/ TIghts: Gift

Stripes’ Outfit:

Shirt: Target/ Jeans: Gap/ Shoes: Toms/ Sweatshirt: Aerie/ Coat: The North Face (seriously awesome raincoat….if you’re in the market for one, this one is great!)


*So only two of us (*cough cough* Stripes and Plaid) thought 8 am was early…Our lovely Sequins is much more adjusted to such grown up hours and was bright eyed and fully awake by that point in the morning. The other two of us needed some more wake up time and coffee.

6 responses to “Sequins & Stripes: A Sunday Adventure Day 29

  1. Haha, I hate when I forget to take my camera off zoom.

    This looks like it was a blast, the tulips are beautiful!!

  2. Oh, how I love the tulip festival! Except I go mostly for the daffodils, since they’re my favorite flower. 🙂 Kinda bummed that I didn’t get a chance to stop by this year. Have you guys ever taken your bikes and ridden (rode?) through the fields? It’s a lot of fun.

    There are some great shots of the tulips there, and I especially love the purple tulip (I’m biased since purple’s my favorite color)! The red tulip standing alone amongst the crowd is also beautiful. What a perfect backdrop for some fashion blogging!


    • C Marica (Sequins)

      Thanks V! We were actually planning on biking down, but the best laid plans…..

      Monsieur’s favorite picture was the purple tulip, too. He said it looks like it’s full of some inky black liquid. And then he started some tangent about wanting glasses in the same shape as the tulip, but that it would probably be really hard to find because we don’t know how to make our own blown glass art and we don’t have friends who do it, except we live in our small creative-filled town so it couldn’t be too hard but do we really want to invest in purchasing custom-designed tulip-shaped glassware?

      (It was quite the tangent)

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