As spring has sprung upon us, the Country Living Fair held in Nashville, Tennessee rolled around. This past weekend, the Farmhouse Frocks team and I traveled down south to rock the frock at one of the largest fairs known for antiques, funky treasures and now some vintage frock clothing. We are humbled and blessed by all the women that came out to shop and support.
Myself- Lena, (left) and my two daughters, Fee and Syd are the founders of Farmhouse Frocks. With a mission to serve women of all sizes, we are duo for dreaming Gods plans.
We were so excited to have Fee fly in from our Sarasota studio in Florida.
The dream team for the fair featuring (left to right), Tammy, myself, Fee, Syd, and my Amish sister-in-law, Marlene (not pictured).
The hot seller this show was the new Dixie Tunics. The Dixie was part of the Signature Collection for the spring release.
One of my kisses from God was meeting Lucy Farmer from Lucy Inspired. We will now carry her unique junkin' jewelry.
We also had the pleasure of meeting Memarie of Fearless Memories Jewelry. We will also carry her boho styled jewelry accessories!
Of course our handmade leather bags made the trip. Made locally here in Amish Country, these bags had hand stitched and part of the Farmhouse Frocks Exclusive Collection.
Country music star, Ruthie Collins shared our booth display with us. She brought along her vintage Amelia Airstream. What an amazing duo this was with her shabby chic style and our handmade frocks. Many divine appointments were made and prayed about in this dreamy camper.
Ruthie played on stage every day at the fair. Her voice reminds me of sweet honey.
Our new Syd Dresses are comfortable and bring a simply country flare to any outfit.
We love all you southern women who came out to shop the frock in Tennessee. The southern hospitality never falls short and we are truly blessed by all the relationships that grew this past weekend!
Rock The Frock, Lena