I threw together this outfit for a photography exhibition hosted by the DIT second year students in The Culture Box in Temple Bar.
My mother has a lot of awesome vintage clothing at home and I borrow her clothes all the time! (I say borrow but rarely return 😉 I like to mix older pieces with my own clothing. I found this gorgeous satin green shirt and knew I had to have it.
It’s very big for me but looks great tucked into my shorts. I really like the colour and the collar saves it from being a pyjama top 😛
Walking down Capel St I saw a world cup mural drawn just outside the Brazilian bar D One and couldn’t resist a picture beside it! It was the perfect background!
The start and end of my involvement in the World Cup fanaticism.
My shorts and denim jacket are both great charity shop finds, the shorts were about €5 and the jacket also. The jacket was brand new with tags on and I had been looking for an oversized denim jacket for ages!!
I accessorised with simple black flats with gold studs and my Forever 21 earrings.
I knew this outfit worked when someone asked me “Are you exhibiting here?” No but clearly I look artsy enough! The exhibition was really good, really talented photographers with thought-provoking images. You can get a taster of the works on display here.
Randomly posing at this shop which I absolutely love.The building consists of two stores, Mayfly and Lucy’s Lounge.
Mayfly is full of gorgeous quirky handcrafted jewellery and accessories.Mayfly sells only the work of independent artists and is a nice alternative to mass produced jewellery.
Lucy’s Lounge is an amazing vintage store downstairs more like a dressing-up chest than a shop. The proprietor herself is always dressed up in vintage outfits.
I’ve finally started using Lookbook properly, so if you wish to look at my other outfits you can see them here. I’d love to connect with Irish fashion-lovers so if you have a profile fan me and I will fan back. 🙂