Happy Monday everyone, I hope you all had a great weekend :-)
On Friday night, I went to a black tie gala ball in Lough Rynn Castle.
I chose this Jovani dress from Cari's Closet. I had my eye on it for some time. When
I went to rent it, they were having an ex-rental sale so I got to purchase it for €150.
I'm always chopping and changing dresses (turning long into short, adding sleeves, removing collars etc etc) - it's a nice way of adding a personal touch and of course, if you have any insecurities (for example, I prefer to cover my arms (or have a little bit of sleeve), you can always add/remove so you feel more comfortable.
Please feel free to comment below.. If you have any questions, I would love to hear your thoughts!
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I hope you're having a lovely weekend!
I am very excited to be starting my first fashion blog!
I adore fashion. I am one of those people who has hundreds of images of dresses, shoes, handbags and hats running through my head. There is nothing I love more than reading fashion blogs, checking out fashion websites and creating outfits in my mind!
I would love to share all my fashion thoughts, ideas and inspirations and I thought where better to share it than a blog!
After I set up the ‘what I wore’ section on my website, I’ve had a fantastic response to my outfit posts. After a few weeks of ‘himing and hawing’, Ive decided to create a blog!
I hope you guys enjoy reading it. Please feel free to comment below and ask me any questions!
You can also follow my daily updates on facebook, instagram and twitter!
I hope you're having a great week.
I was very excited to be asked to judge 'Best hat' at the Clarenbridge Oyster festival in September.
I had never been to Clarenbridge before and never eaten Oysters so the Clarenbridge Oyster festival was definitely a first for me :-)
I decided to wear a cream dress which I picked up in a little boutique in Spain the week before. I kept my accessories quite neutral, wearing a cream/taupe hat and bag.. And of course, my trusty nude peep toe shoes!
The winner of the 'best hat' was Sinead Vine - She wore a striking pink and navy hat to coordinate with her navy peplum style dress. I loved her look. She was so thrilled with her prize.
Looking forward to next year already!
Hat: Jennifer Wrynne
Dress: 'Moss' (little boutique in Spain)
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Hair: Sandra Wrynne in Peter Marks, Sligo
You're very welcome to my blog - A compact diary of my work, travels and my passion for fashion!
I hope you enjoy it,