Beach walks

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I ‘d heard so much about Choies from other bloggers that I was excited to try it out & make a few purchases, the site said 15-20 working days which is bloody long enough to wait for postage…. that 20 days came and went, as did nearly 20 more before my package containing this top arrived. The quality was average & the wait was just ridiculous so despite the great selection on offer from them, I would be hard pushed to buy again.

It can be difficult to drag myself away from sandals & flip-flops in the warm weather but there is something about a more structured shoe that can give an outfit that extra edge, I bought these Dr Marten Chelsea boots from a lovely Depop seller and they have been gathering dust in my bedroom in favor of lighter footwear (heloooooooo, Birkenstocks!). It was good to branch out, even if I did end up overheated & barefoot after about an hour!

Levi shorts, 9 crow street. Bag & fedora, Primark. Shirt, London vintage store.

‘A dress is nice’

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I have totally gone off dresses lately, my wardrobe used to house all varieties of styles & colours but I simply never choose them over other options any more so I have given most away or sold them on Depop (ahhhhhh, Depop :) )

Having said that, when I found this little number in a charity shop recently I was instantly drawn to the micro floral print & the detailing on the back. It is definitely more ”girlie” than my current (ever-changing) taste but I liked it for whatever reason sooooo I bought it. I think it was the thick strap back detailing that drew me in, the midi length was a bit TOO far on the ’sound of music scale’ but a quick knot to lift the length sorted that out.

Birkenstocks, Ebay. Vintage satchel, Dublin flea market. Raybans, Depop. Necklaces, Urabn outfitters & Ebay.

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This skirt

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You know one of those items of clothing that, as soon as you see it, you just know that you HAVE to have it? This skirt was one of them.

When Folkster opening in Dublin I was doing a bit of research online about them as, although I had known about their Kilkenny store (and their outrageous kilo sales in Dublin) I had never made it to either. Somewhere along my search I saw a photo of this skirt & fell instantly in love. I was heartbroken to find out that it was no longer in stock but contacted them & asked to be kept informed of any potential new arrivals of this perfect specimen… a few e-mails from a very friendly Folkster staff later and voila, it was back in stock & my size was sitting waiting for me.

Although it is such a statement piece I can see myself getting so much wear out of it, it can easily be dressed up or down & I would have no hesitations wearing it to anything from the races to just a shopping trip into town. After all, one should allllllways be fabulous.

On this particular outing it was worn to Longitude festival in Dublin, I teamed it with a very worn tee Iv had for years, my trusty Zara backpack & some simple jewelry from Urban outfitters & Depop.

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Las Vegas

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The weather has been so changeable in Dublin the last few days making it so hard to dress…. a light jacket & a knot in your tee can make a day feel summery even when it’s too cold to leave the house without extra layers.

Jeans, thrifted (DIY distressed). Long coat, Nasty gal. Birkenstocks, Ebay. ‘Las Vegas’ tee, vintage. Hat, Primark. Backpack, Zara.

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stressed but well dressed

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It goes without saying that, as soon as I saw the print on this vintage shirt I just KNEW that it had to be added to my collection, after all, who doesn’t need a card themed item in their wardrobe?

When I bought the clutch in a Spanish Zara store I was pretty much unaware of how quickly it had sold out in other parts of Europe or, that they were going for 4 times the price on depop & Ebay…. its such a simple piece but the subtle print just gives it that edge that makes it so desirable.

Jacket, Zara. Shorts, thrifted. Birkenstocks, Ebay. Sunglasses, Bangkok market.

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  1. Wafaa says:

    I like your shirt and the bomber, and I was thinking to buy this clutch too, I think the design goes well with any outfit whether it’s causal or more dressy.

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    1. Sarah says:

      Definitely do, I have gotten so much wear out of it already. Try & see if Zara are re-stocking it thought instead of paying sellers crazy prices for it :)

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spots & stripes

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An oversized shirt & jeans is where I’m at on my ‘thrown together’ days at the moment. My shirt collection has spiraled out of control but, to poorly quote a certain Ms. Cyrus… I can’t stop and I wont stop.

They are so wearable and versatile, the madder the print the better for me but, on the same note, my search for ‘the perfect white shirt’ has found several close calls but I will continue to purchase none the less; whites don’t stay white for long so you need to constantly replenish them… thats my excuse and I am sticking with it.

This particular spotted & striped little number is from one of Dublin’s finest vintage emporiums, 9 Crow street, they have a beautiful selection in their Ormond quay store and I am yet to venture out of there empty-handed.

Lastly, If any of ya’ll are considering a pair of Birkenstocks but haven’t bitten the bullet yet make sure to buy from Ebay… I bought from a reputable Birkenstock retailer costing half of what they are in the shops in Dublin because the seller is based in Germany where these beautiful/ugly footwear is made :)

Leather look jeans, Zara. Birkenstocks & hamsa hand necklace, Ebay. Moon & planet charms, depop. Leaf neclace, ASOS. Backpack, hand-me-down from my mom. Sunglasses, vintage.

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  1. a. says:

    I can’t get over how cool and casual you look. I love the little details in this outfit — the necklaces, the twisted updo — they really pull it together. :P

    love,
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    1. Sarah says:

      So sweet Miss Decaf, thank you <3

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Oversized tribal clutch

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I have been lusting over a banjara clutch for quite some time now… I knew what I wanted but didn’t know how to go about getting it. Every ‘tribal clutch’ I searched was either too small or just not as wildly printed as I would have liked.

After what felt like a liiiiifetime of searching I found an Indian company that sells them through Ebay. They were pricey enough (well, in comparison to what Im used to paying!) but I knew it would be a beautiful statement piece that would be smiling out at me from my other comparatively simple handbags every time I opened my wardrobe.

Khaki trousers, Zara. Calvin Klein shirt & lace cami thrifted. Birkenstocks, Ebay. Watch, vintage Casio. Raybans, Depop.

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summer daze

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I have found myself totally gone off dresses & skirts in the last few months, so, instead of donning a summer dress come a bright shiny day, I now don a maaaaaaasive shirt instead :) Iv also recently delved into the world of asymmetrical hems (/dropped hems/ dolphin hems?) & cannot see myself returning any time soon; the ‘modest’ back allows you to wear any shorts you want without the risk of an escaping bum cheek ruining your look… perfect :)

On this particular day when I couldn’t see anything worth going to in the city but I didn’t want to stay in the house, I wandered into the Pav in Trinity college, had a drink in the sun & then hit the science gallery for their amazing ‘fat’ event that is currently happening. Sometimes the nicest days are those unplanned.

Shirt & shorts, thrifted. Satchel, Dublin flea market. Woven sandals, New look. Raybans, depop. Bracelets, collected travelling.

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  1. Nicole says:

    wow this is soooo cute and the pictures are lovely! :) You look stunning!

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    1. Sarah says:

      Thanks Nicole <3

  2. Hannah says:

    that shirt is amaziing!!!!! :D You look great! Thanks for stopping by my blog :) x

    1. Sarah says:

      Thanks Hannah, its one of my fave summer pieces :)

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June instagram snippets

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1) Enjoying the sunshine at forbidden fruit festival. 2) Rocking the latest to my handbag collection; the Banjara clutch. 3) Rocking some of my Spanish purchases; the minimalist white Vas shoes. 4) Going disco chic for the big gay sing.

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1) Sporting one of my summer themed shirts to brighten up my day in work. 2) Finding random wall quotes in Galway 3) Friday cocktails to set the weekend off to a good start 4) Celebrating pride with friends.

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1) Off to body & soul festival. 2) Delighted after my first visit to folkster in Dublin. 3) Just one of many amazing dishes my friend served up at his BBQ. 4) Festival fun with friends.

Another round up of a jam-packed month… festivals, shopping, barbeques, events & time spent with friends. I love June as there is so much going on but the summer still seemed endless and full of potential. I thought the festivals I attended this month would scratch that itch but they were so amazing that have left me craving more :)

Hope all you guys had a great month, thanks for the continuing support across all social media.xx

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  1. Nicole says:

    Omg such a cute outfit and the photos are lovely too! :) You look stunning!

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a day at the beach

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If you follow me on instagram you’ll know that I recently headed down to see my parents on the Aran Islands. They live down there and it is the most beautiful, relaxing, rejuvenating place to visit.

There is quite literally NOTHING to do so it is the only place that I can full relax without feeling pulled in a million directions. I spend my days going on rambling walks to nowhere in particular and enjoying my moms amazing cooking, pure bliss :)

Birkenstocks, Ebay. Raybans & fedora, Depop. Shorts, Zara. Shirt, Mango. Watch, vintage Casio. Necklace, Forever 21.

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  1. Hot stuff says:

    Great shots, you look great x

    1. Sarah says:

      Thank you <3

  2. Anna says:

    So cool, the all white looks so perfect against that beautiful beach x

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    1. Sarah says:

      Thanks so much Anna, any sunny day in Ireland must be spent at the beach… even if it is kinda cold!

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