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Last week myself and 7 friends flew out to Berlin for a few days to soak up the city and go to Berlin fest… I was both delighted and surprised at the amount we got done aside from the festival itself; nights out, alternative walking tours, vintage shopping, cocktail bars, great restaurants and flea markets to name a few (although, we showed up too late to the flea & it was closed… wasn’t for lack of trying though!).

I had oh-so-great plans to do several shoots but we were so busy that the ended up being the last thing on my mind during the week. Once it came to the weekend I was sure that Id at least get some festival outfit shoots but we were hardly seeing daylight long enough to even grab ‘breakfast’ so it fell by the wayside again. Terrible blogger!

Kimono, & crop, thrifted. Shorts, Zara. Boots, Ebay. Hat & bag, Primark.

 

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90′s touches

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I had a necklace nearly identical to this dolphin one when I was in my early teens, seeing these pendant choker come back around is a funny reminder about how ‘fashion’ is simply a well-timed notion. Having said that, I couldn’t help but buy this on Ebay, a little touch that reminds me of my attempts towards styling myself back in the day :)

Topshop dress & Levi jacket, thrifted. Boots, ASOS. Backpack, Primark. Sunglasses, Bangkok market.

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Autumn tones

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I’m loving long cardigans at the moment, they are the perfect transitional piece from warm summer days to wintry months. I got this particular one in a Dublin charity shop & can see myself getting a lot of wear out of it over the next few weeks or, until I have to give in make the step up to a full-on coat.

Despite this look being made up of high-quality pieces, it actually cost less than 50 EUR for the entire outfit (except the watch, of course!) because most of it was acquired second-hand… get out into those thrift stores!

Clutch, vintage. Pleather top, Folkster. Zara jeans, thrifted. Leopard belt, Primark. Fringed loafers, Melbourne kilo sale. Watch Micheal Kors.

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August instagram snippets

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1) Parcels from my little Depop shop going out daily. 2) I have a fascination with Tupperware so I insta my packed lunches. 3) Delicate accessories for a night out with the girls. 4) Cafe Italino; lovely little spot in Temple bar.

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1) Making chia seed pudding for breakfast. 2) Trying the Generator hostel’s amazing new burger and fries… YUM!. 3) Beckett & Bull’s ‘green eggs and ham’ brunch option, with a bloody Mary, of course. 4) Getting my coffee fix at Wall & Keogh.

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1) Making the most of the warm evenings with outdoor jazz. 2) That day’s accessories. 3) Another packed lunch with a vegan emphasis. 4) Talking to interesting people around Dublin.

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Last of the summer days

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Well, the days are getting cooler and the nights are getting shorter, summer is officially coming to an end. In mourning of this change which feels too premature, I find myself clinging on to boho festival pieces while I feel I can still wear them without freezing my ass of.

I was only recently enlightened with this oh-so-simple way of wearing a scarf as a kimono & it is undoubtedly adding to the longing I have for more summer days… so many light flowy scarves to be worn, so little time :(

Ankle boots, ASOS. Scarf (as kimono), thrifted. High waisted jeans, Dr Denim. Fedora, Primark. Moon pendant, Depop. Stone necklace & crop top, DIY. Stone necklace, Bangkok market. Satchel, Dublin flea market.

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  1. Ooooh I am absolutely in love with that bag, and that has got to be the best kimono I have ever seen! I’m not a fan usually but this look has it bang on. Did I mention I love the bag? So doctory and leathery and yummy and oooh X

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    1. Sarah says:

      Haha, thanks Rosemary, I too have a similar love for this bag, one of my favourite vintage finds <3

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Check mate

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I haven’t owned a pair of culottes since I was a child but there was something about the grid print on this Monki pair that I just found irresistible.These were actually my first Monki purchase but I am loving their ‘street style meets Scandi-chic’ pieces so Id say it wont be my last.

Simple clean lines and colors were the order of the day it seems on this occasion. I coupled the look with a simple chignon, a hairstyle I have never actually worn before but after seeing one on a girl earlier that day I felt inspired; having my hair pulled off my face felt perfect for the clean look I was going for.

Birkenstocks, Ebay. Dolphin hem crop, Lavish Alice. Clutch, DIY from a Primark handbag. Sunglasses, Dublin flea market.

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flares and fringe

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A friend recently sent me a video depicting all of the different ways in which a scarf can be worn, I have sought out those type of videos before in an attempt to get more use out of my lighter scarves but I had never seen the very simple ‘fold it in half & knot the corners to make a kimono’ suggestion. Needless to say, I was up the stairs rummaging through my scarf collection within minutes.

This gives a new lease of life to huge array of scarves that most of us girls are harbouring in our bedrooms, I am always drawn to the lighter material scarves in pretty prints & colour but they get forgotten about in summer and are rarely chosen over their warmer counterparts in winter. I bought this particular one in Urban outfitters on a trip to New york nearly 7 years ago and, despite being quite regimented about regular closet clearouts, I have held on to it because I liked the print so much; now I have found a way to incorporate it more frequently into my wardrobe as well as any other scarves that I have :)

Flares, gotten at a clothes swap. Top, H&M. Long gem necklace, thrifted. Stones & coins necklace, Etsy. Moon pendant & fedora, Depop. Satchel, Dublin flea market.

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  1. Hey very nice blog!

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Going minimal at the big grill festival

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This is what I wore when I headed down to the big grill festival in Dublin’s Herbert park last weekend. If you follow me on instagram you will know that I am massive foodie so any excuse to leave the house just to eat all day, I am there!

I’m loving this Nasty gal cape that I picked up for the Galway races, I know Il get a lot more wear out of it than I would have gotten had I of bought a dress for the occasion… in fact, I want to wear it all the time at the moment! I dressed it down with a casual thrifted v neck tee and my trusty Birkenstocks… another wardrobe fave of mine at the moment.

Slouch slacks, Mango Spain. Sunglasses, Parfois. Belt, Folkster. Bag, Primark.

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layering leopard print

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A substantial hangover plus unpredictable wind does not equal to most coherent photo shoot, but, once I’ve gotten it into my head that I want to take some photos, it simply has to be done.

This look is what I wore to the Dublin flea market last week with friends, we followed it up with a trip to the soul picnic in Merrion square to make the perfect relaxing Sunday.

Birkenstocks, Ebay. Pleather skirt, H&M. Denim shirt, 9 Crow street. Leopard tee, Zara. Bag, Primark. Watch, Michael Kors

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  1. a. says:

    I’ve never had a hangover myself, but my husband just had a nasty one last weekend, and I can’t imagine trying to take a photoshoot with one. So kudos. XD

    wonderful layering! Leopard print is one of my favorite patterns.

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Dark Nights

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I rarely leave for a night out in enough time to catch some daylight but, on this occasion I started my evening with dinner before I hit the tiles with my friends. Seeming as there were still some rays shining, it only made sense to get a little shoot in :)

It can be hard to dress for a night out dancing when it starts with an evening meal; you don’t want to be overdressed for one or underdressed for the other. Black is always a good basis for any outfit but especially for an occasion to bring you from day to-night, throw on a flowing kimono & some delicate accessories and voila… you’re ready for anything.

Jeans, Zara. Kimono & cami, thrifted. Watch, Michael Kors. Boots, Depop. Body chain, Ebay. Belt, given to me by my mom. Earrings, Topshop.

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  1. a. says:

    Gorgeous! I love the delicate chain in contrast to the strength of your pant and shoes. Perfect. :D

    love,
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    1. Sarah says:

      I never thought of it that way, great observation, Thanks <3 x

  2. Anna says:

    Love the body chain, it’s so subtle but so chic xx

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    1. Sarah says:

      Thanks so much Anna, I have actually got a lot of wear out of it between wearing it simple like this or layering it with necklaces, they are a great investment :) x

  3. manigazer says:

    Killer look ! I love how the body chain adds a touch of edge to the outfit. I am also a fan of leather trousers these days. I love to pair them with softer fabrics, like cashmere or velvet – like here http://www.manigazer.com -.

    Great post !

    Iman

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