Dahlia May Flower Farm

September 28, 2017

Before heading to Prince Edward County last Thursday, Jamie and I took a detour into Trenton to visit Dahlia May Flower Farm. I’d been wanting to visit Melanie’s farmstead for a while but hadn’t been able to justify the 2-hour drive up until we decided to make a weekend out of it and visit PEC. I was so happy to find Melanie, the owner of the farm, there to greet us. She had actually woken up around 5am that day to head to Toronto for work and then rushed back so that she’d be there to meet us and show us around her farm. The farmstead was absolutely dreamy with fields of flowers as far as the eye can see and the most beautiful dahlia filled greenhouse where we shot most of our photos as the light outside was quite harsh. I could have honestly stayed walking around her farm for hours and hope to make it back sometime soon! If you’re around that area next weekend, I’d definitely suggest stopping over for some pumpkins, dahlias, and sunflowers for your Thanksgiving table. Outfit wise, I could have probably stuck with shorts and a t-shirt for walking around the farm but I’d been wanting an excuse to pull out this kimono maxi dress from Revolve for some time and I figured that it would look pretty magical in between all the gorgeous dahlias. I actually also have this dress in a blush metallic star-print version that I wore for New Year’s Eve last year and so this dark floral fall version was a no-brainer for me. 

What I’m Wearing: Privacy Please Plaza Kimono Dress c/o Revolve (here) // Le Chateau Leather Open Toe Mules c/o (here)

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