Need some outfit inspiration? The most stylish of Instagram have given me plenty this week
Storm Dennis is really harshing my mellow this week. All I want to do (as evidenced by my Instagram Saved folder) is wear pretty spring dresses and head out into the non-existent sunshine. I suppose I’ll have to settle for living vicariously through social media, which doesn’t sound like a bad idea at all.
In all seriousness, I have a lot of SS20 inspiration going on in my Saved folder this week. From fresh, bright colours to floaty dresses to sunhats, it’s clear that my head is firmly in summer, while the rest of me is stuck in this winter-springtime transition. Hopefully slightly warmer weather arrives to Irish shores sooner rather than later.
A girl can dream — and I’m dreaming about the ten outfits I’ve saved below.
This Gossip Girl get-up belongs in NYC, but that doesn’t mean I’m not going to recreate it here in Dublin
The patterns, the colours, the comfort chic that holidays are made for — this is perfect dressing for a trip away
These Miu Miu tops are everywhere on Fashion Month street style, and the good news is that you can find something similar in any second-hand store (or your nana’s wardrobe)
I’ve never been the type to pull off an Audrey Hepburn headscarf, but pairing with stand-out sunnies may just convince me
Cinderella-blue meets the chunky boot of the moment
This screams kitschy summer in the best way
Head-to-toe neon pink — Emma Louise Connolly gives us modern-day Malibu Barbie and I love it
Fresh, blush-hued summer dreaming (massive sunhats will be everywhere this summer, FYI)
This minty-fresh ensemble that you can wear at any time of year
And Ireland’s own style guru in the Arket collar of the moment and killer heels
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