Today's Good Friday was a beautiful day and you could finally really smell spring in the air. We decided to take advantage of the good weather and do a little bit of art historical sightseeing in the nearby area. We first went to the Old Church of Messukylä, a medieval stone church that was built circa 1510–1530. It is the oldest building in Tampere. Unfortunately, I didn't get any decent photos of the church but if any of you are interested, you can see what it looks like here.
Next we went over to the unique Viinikka Church, which was built in late 1920s/early 1930s and opened in 1932. The Viinikka area itself is stunning with pastel color wood houses that match my outfit, hee!
I wore a springy mint colored 1950s brocade dress that I got from eBay last autumn for under $30. It was badly stained but thankfully I managed to clean it up pretty nicely. I paired it with a purple Monsoon sweater and a 1950s vintage clutch, which I got from Etsy. The white Oxford shoes are by Global Essentials.