City Living

Zara Jacket (similar) | Tommy Hilfiger Jumper | Zara Jeans (similar) | Hugo Boss Loafers (similar) | Longchamp Bag | Asos Sunglasses 

This is the perfect city outfit, if you live in a colder climate, or just in Autumn. My Longchamp bag is definitely one of my brighter purchases, because it doesn't weigh anything on it's own, can be easily wiped clean and you can flat pack it into your suitcase. Need I say more? I have to say though, I think this all black version is so chic. Comfortable flats are also a must for lots of walking around. 

My friend took these photos in the outskirts of Dublin. I absolutely love the white buildings, and would totally live in one one day, if I can. Being in Ireland and Northern Ireland last week was really lovely. I hadn't been back to the UK in around six years, and I can't even tell you how much I miss it. Mainly the food if we are to be honest, because the weather isn't something you really miss about the UK. I ate lots of Cadbury's chocolate and flakes, buttermilk pancakes, Walker's salt & vinegar crisps, fish & chips and so much more. In fact, I would have happily left the contents of my suitcase there and replaced it with food, but I guess one has to be practical sometimes.

I also got to spend a lot of time on farms, since my friend is a mixed animal vet. It was really nice to be outside in the Irish countryside, but it also reinforced for me how much I don't want to work with large animals, and just stick to small animals. Learning what you don't like is just as important as knowing what you do want.

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