Portland Japanese Garden in Fall


The first signs of fall are here to stay...

During my getaway last month, I traveled to Oregon and Seattle with Mr. T. We've been wanting to do this combo trip for a while now and we were so excited that we finally got to plan it! Whenever you probably think of Oregon, gorgeous views of nature probably pop into your mind right? Well, that cause this place lives up to that reputation! Everywhere you go, there are trees - in the city and while you're driving along the highway. It makes for a great scenic route no matter where you go. Here are some snapshots from when we visited the Portland Japanese Garden and International Rose Garden right next to it. If you're looking to escape the busy everyday city life, book a flight out here. You can't help but to come back refreshed and relaxed after enjoying a couple days out in nature. And another bonus? There's NO tax in Oregon so shop to your heart's delight!

Did you know? They had the Adidas Employee store out here where you can get 50%?! Just to the Portland Visitor Center in the morning and ask if they have any daily passes available. It's on a first come, first serve basis so the sooner you go, the better. Thanks to #TheATKTeam Tanya for sharing this inside scoop!

{TRAVEL TIP: Keep an eye out for cheap flights. We booked out Oregon ticket for $50 from Southwest. Shocking, I know!} 

Portland Japanese Garden, 611 SW Kingston Ave., Portland, OR.
International Rose Garden, 400 SW Kingston Ave., Portland, OR. 


{wearing} Band of Gypsies dress c/o Canyon Country LA :: DSW flats :: sunglasses c/o ZeroUV :: hat c/o Dynamic Asia :: Marc Jacobs handbag (gifted from Mr. T)


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