On The Top Of The Dishevelled Tide

In true tourist fashion I spent a couple of days up the northern coast of Ireland, unfortunately the weather prevented much exploration beyond the car or at least limited me to short jaunts into the beautiful countryside. Ironically when I was wearing my most sensible boots on a hike I stepped on soggy ground that collapsed into a puddle halfway up my shin...so my most sensible boots were hardly better at preventing mishaps than my heels and I still had to walk back to the car with wet toes and a mildly grumpy disposition. Anyway, here are a few pictures we snapped on an afternoon when the skies were clear and the winds were wild.

Outfit details:
Family Affairs blouse
thrifted skirt
*pictures by Thomas


Nikki Williams said...

love that sweater!



Haley Serrano said...

I LOVE the photography in this post. Ireland is pretty magical anyways but the way the light is captured here is just beautiful! Your blog is such an inspiration.

Haley Serrano
my art - www.maestroandmuse.com
my style - www.styleinnc.tumblr.com

Magpie said...

Magical pictures! You seem to have such a good time in Ireland.
And I loved your two earlier post today, but couldn't find a way to comment on them...

Christine said...

Wow, I just love that sweater!! Those foxes are such a quirky feature on an otherwise classic piece.


Sonya Mann said...

love the gamboling foxes and the denim skirt :)

abbycake said...

I've been looking for a fabulous denim skirt, and I really love skater style ones. This is perfect. Way to wear the insensible shoes! Yolo. :)
xx Abby | a geek tragedy

Melanie said...

Just came across your blog and love it. This outfit is super cute and I love how you styled it. Super pretty!

xo Mel
turquoise blonde

Danielle M. said...

The scenery in Ireland is so dreamy! It's the perfect back drop for your outfit photos. Love the fox sweater, it's so playful! :)

Marzipan said...

Lovely <3