Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Blazin' weekend!

I was in Limerick the weekend visiting Will's family.  We had a lovely day on Saturday which started off by going out for breakfast, followed by a trip to the Milk Market.  We then drove out to Adare which was lovely.  Such a cute little town with lots of lovely restaurants and a visit to Adare Manor is a must.  As we were planning to be out for the day, I wanted to wear something nice but also comfortable and this is what I came up with.

Blazer : H&M recent €29.99.  Similar.
Top: Matalan £7
Jeans: New Look
Boots: Steve Madden

I got this blazer a few weeks ago in H&M for €29.99 which is amazing value and it's so comfortable to wear.  I couldn't wait to wear it and thought the stripy top from Matalan would go with it perfectly.  I picked it up just after Christmas for £7 up in Belfast.  I'm going to get so much wear out of the blazer and took some advice about buying staples for my wardrobe rather than the leopard print blazer I'd had my eye on!  I can't wait to pair it up with something else.

Do you have that staple jacket you can't live without?



  1. The blazer looks awesome! *toddles of to find nearest H&M*

  2. I have the exact same blazer & I love it! :D

  3. Ive been looking for the perfect blazer for a few weeks but the 80's blazer is back in fashion in the shops so I wont be finding one for a while!

  4. Gorgeous blazer, lovely fit on you. Your hair is absolutely beautiful, looks so lush and healthy.

  5. @girlwiththeshew-earring Thanks! They have them in navy, grey, black and pink. SO comfy!

    @cornflakegirl Thanks Paula. Should go with lots of stff for spring and summer

    @Cherise - its so comfy - innit!!

    @Adoreabubbles - Ive seen the 80s one and I prefer a fitted blazer instead. have a look in H&M. I was there last week and they still had some

    @unknown - thanks a mill, whoever you are :)


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