The Girls Are Back In Town

Very proud of myself for finally doing a proper outfit round up post – it’s been a while! It’s been another crazy week. I’m finishing up my current job in a week’s time and there is so much stuff to wrap up and organise. I didn’t realise I’d have this much to do! But back to the start of this week. One of my lovely friends Sarah was home from New York so we all decided to have a girls night out. I was saving this crop top for another occasion, but it was the only thing I felt like I wanted to wear that night. I paired it with my favourite leather mini skirt and heels for a simple look. It was a very messy night out! We’re still trying to piece it altogether a week later. Judging by the photos we had a great time though!

IMG_5226.JPGCropTop: Missguided

Leather Skirt: Asos

Heels: Zara

Necklace: Topshop

Also, how cute are my friends?! I’m telling you, it’s hard work being friends with such a bunch of hotties!

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My youngest sister began secondary school on Monday. She is going to the same school that I went to, which has a royal blue uniform. So I decided to wear royal blue in solidarity! I hope she enjoys these next 6 years. They’ll be difficult at times, but I know she can rise to the challenge!Β IMG_5282.JPGTop: Zara

Jeans: Topshop

Boots: Topshop

There is nothing I love more than wearing a big cosy sweater on a horrible, rainy day. This sweater is from Zara and I can already tell that I am going to wear it all winter. It’s a gorgeous, chunky knit and so comfortable to wear. My only criticism is that this sweater only comes in Small or Medium. The sleeves are supposed to be cropped, but I like longer sleeves, so because of that I got the Medium. But I would have got a large had they had it! Nothing nicer than a big, baggy sweater in my opinion!

IMG_5362.JPGSweater: Zara

Jeans: Topshop

Boots: Topshop

Black Long Sleeve Top: Forever21

Ok, when you get a day of sunshine wedged in between two gross days, it’s important to take advantage! I took out my white Birks to give them one last spin for the Irish summer. The shirt actually used to be my mom’s until I borrowed it and essentially never gave it back. I can’t even tell you how many of my friends have worn this shirt. It’s definitely a favourite. I sometimes wear it as a dress with a black tube skirt underneath. Such a versatile piece!IMG_5380.JPG

Β Shirt: Zara

Jeans: Topshop

Birkenstocks

Friday was not lovely. I actually had to turn my light on in my room to take this photo. That’s one of my least favourite parts of winter, when you get up in the dark and have to put the light on to get dressed and have breakfast. It’s lovely and cosy in the evenings, but if you’re not a morning person like me, it definitely makes life a little harder! Another one of my lovely friends Becky was home for the weekend, so Friday evening we went over to her house and completely pigged out. No exaggeration! There was fajitas, wine, crisps, strawberries with melted chocolate, blueberries, cupcakes, profiteroles, more crisps and more wine. I woke up very full yesterday!

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Β Top: Zara

Jeans: Topshop

Boots: Topshop

Necklace: River Island

That’s all I have for you guys this week! I’m on a roll now so keep an eye out for the next outfit update next week!

Have a great weekend!

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  1. These are great, so simple and clean. I own a similar top to your white crop but in black, so flattering

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  2. I love the first and the last outfit soo much!

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