Saturday, 12 November 2016

Outfit Post & a Little Update!


Happy Saturday! I'm just wrapping up a very busy but exciting first week at my new internship with Dresses.ie. They're a fantastic fashion company that I've been following for so long and I'm really enjoying working together and learning about all the aspects that go into running a successful business. Week one was fab, I can't wait to see what the next few months will entail!



As mentioned in my last outfit post, I'm really trying to get out of my habit of wearing the same outfits every day and experiement a bit more. I love pairing dresses with long sleeved tops because it's such a great way to get wear out of your strappy summer dresses and tops in winter. I picked this particular dress up in Penneys/Primark a few months ago, but this midi style is still around everywhere now. Also, if it wasn't obvious enough from nearly every other previous outfit post, yes I'm still obsessed with these Public Desire boots!




Photos by Kelsey Lennon

Have a great weekend!
xo
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