Outfit: Rain, Rain Go Away

These new wellies by Plueys are probably the most appropriate footwear in my closet right now.
While I try not to take pictures in the rain, I'm still often venturing out on rain-slicked pavement and into moody woods. Such is life in Ireland, I suppose. But sweetly printed rainboots are a definite silver-lining. Plueys boots are a good reminder that not everything practical has to be boring. The upside of our rainy days is how lush it makes all of the plants. With giant hogsweed like this I always feel like Thumbelina.

details: old trench, blouseskirt, old socks, Plueys rainbootspurseBill Skinner ring
*pictures by me*



  1. I love the trench coat, and your boots are adorable!

    When you go out to take pictures, do you generally just wander around until you find a spot you like? Have you ever run into other people?

  2. @Anna, I do sort of just wander and see what works, but I'm also wandering through areas I know to an extent. As in, I didn't *know* that I was going to shoot in this giant hogweed, but I knew it was out in the direction that I was going, along with a few other spots I thought could be nice on a grey day. Of course sometimes I have something in mind and when I get there it's gone (like flowers dying) or doesn't work at all in the conditions (too dark & rainy to be in the woods where there's very little light).
    Yes, I do run into other people. I'm usually going to public parks, so if the weather's nice there are usually other people around. But I seek out quieter corners so if I see anyone it's usually 2-3 people while I take pictures, rather than a huge crowd. I do discuss most of this in my photography posts & FAQ, if you have more questions. :)

  3. Hello! I love your boots and may have to find some. I just wanted to be sure you know that giant hogweed can actually cause severe burns on your skin...my public service announcement for the day:) http://www.canadiangardening.com/how-to/pests-and-diseases/beware-of-giant-hogweed/a/31773

  4. @Julia yes I had heard/read that. I took pictures with hogweed before & mentioned the danger in that post. For me I'm always careful not to touch it. :)

  5. Gorgeous! I love your hair in this! You look lovely as per usual <3

  6. A lovely shoot and the surroundings look captivating. Greetings!

  7. Really cute outfit also loving the snaps, looks like you are going on an adventure somewhere in wonderland!! :) www.nemophilivia.blogspot.co.at

  8. You're the most adorable person ever! I love this outfit on you and the way you styled the boots. So cute!

  9. I love these photos and your outfit! What camera/lens do you use?

  10. Your hair is so elegant like that and I love your boots! One of my favorite outfits yet :)

  11. Your photos are always so beautiful. Love your style - and your hair!

  12. Hi Rebecca,
    I am in awe of the giant hogweed...it has such an impressive presence to your photographs!
    The colours are deep and lush, I love it!
    Cute boots too!!
    I always wear boots with long socks on show, it just makes them look better...not sure why, but it does!
    So pretty.

  13. @AnnaSophia, I use a Canon Mark--it's actually all my in FAQ if you have any photography questions

  14. Oh wow! That giant hogsweed surely is something else. It looks very fairy-world to me, but in Australia we just don't have plants like that!!

    Your outfit is super cute though, and I love how that little birdy ring keeps popping up in your photos. It's so pretty and it's nice to see more of it! :) ❤

    bonita of Lavender & Twill

  15. The plants look amazing! I was scrolling through to find out where the exotic location was, only to find out it was Ireland! Gorgeous background for the lovely outfit! Xxxx

  16. Can you actually believe the weather at the minute :(
    At least you look super cute in these wellies though. Love the ring too!

    Fran Leanne x

  17. what are those amazing plants!

    super cute skirt :)


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