I hope you're having a lovely Saturday!
Yesterday I was at a wedding in the Landmark Hotel in Carrick-on-Shannon. I received lots of lovely messages and comments on Social Media about my outfit so I thought I would share all the details here...
My dress was handmade by a Canadian designer whose pieces we stock in my Boutique. It's made from a beautiful 'scuba' fabric. I'm not sure if that's the correct name for it but I am obsessed with this fabric for dresses. I've worn a few pieces like this before. The fabric hugs your figure nicely without being too 'clingy' (I am allergic to clingy fabric).
The colour of the dress on the label was 'coral' but it's quite a red-coral if you ask me!
It was also originally a full length dress but I cut it to a 7/8 length as I felt full length was too much for this particular occasion (This also meant that I had spare fabric from the dress to make the hat - Win win!)
If I'm honest, my intentions for this hat was something small, nothing too crazy but you know me, once I start, I can't stop. It was one butterfly, two butterflies then turned out to be 50!
I haven't really worked with butterflies before but this hat got a lovely response from you guys so you can expect to see more butterfly hats over the next few weeks!
Here's a picture of it up close...
The hat did a lot of talking with this outfit so I decided to keep my shoes and clutch very simple. There was black detailing on the butterflies in the hat so I chose a simple black clutch from my Boutique and black patent pointy toe shoes.
Jewellery and Accessories
The outfit didn't need any more accessories (I had to stop somewhere, eh!) however I love when I take my hat off to wear some other type of accessory such as earrings or a necklace.
I brought these 'Alice' earrings with me so I could pop them on when my hat came off.
Roisin from 'Make Up Me Beautiful by Roisin Dolan' did an amazing job on my make up. Roisin works with me in my Boutique during the week and is an AMAZING make-up artist at the weekends!
My lip colour was a gorgeous strong coral colour. I picked up the lipstick in the pharmacy that morning. It was '430Hot 'n' Spicy' from Catrice. I also popped on some of my favourite Chanel lipgloss over it in 'Rouge Coco Gloss #738'
My perfume was Coco Chanel - My favourite smell in the whole wide world!
I am very boring with my nails (My nail technician Joanna always gives out to me, hehe!) It's always round nails in bright red.
I've been getting them done for as long as I can remember in 'Beauty by the Shannon' in Carrick-on-Shannon.
We had such a lovely day. Huge congratulations to Emma and Kevin - Thank you so much for having us part of your special day!
If you've anymore questions, please don't hesitate to ask. You can comment on my Social Media or send me a message on Snapchat (It's the best way to et to me directly). My Snapchat username is 'jenniferwrynne'
Hat: Jennifer Wrynne Boutique
Dress: Online HERE or in Jennifer Wrynne Boutique
Clutch: Online HERE or in Jennifer Wrynne Boutique
Earrings: Online HERE or in Jennifer Wrynne Boutique
Shoes: Jimmy Choo, Brown Thomas, Dublin
Details of Jennifer Wrynne Boutique
Address: Ground Floor, Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, Dublin 2
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