What I Wore | Patterned Dress and Turquoise Blazer

Last week I did a post on Race Day fashion, and I was supposed to go to the student race day event in Lepoardstown last Wednesday. However, because the weather decided take a turn for the worse I decided not to go on the day and instead went to the Jameson Distillery. Initially I was disappointed that I couldn’t go to the Races (I had already done my tan!) but I ended up having a nice relaxed day in the Jameson Distillery with my boyfriend followed by lovely food and a movie. Now, on to my outfit!

I opted for a dressy casual look for the day with this patterned monochrome dress, turquoise green blazer and tan buckle brogues. I got this dress in New Look in the mid season spring sales for only €12! I couldn’t believe the price tag when I saw it; it’s quite unusual with the criss-cross trim running along the waist. If you read my blog you have probably copped by now that I am a lover of versatile pieces, and that is just what this dress is! It looks great here for a casual day time look, but also on a night out with the legs out and a brightly coloured heel to complement it!
My blazer is from Primark/Penneys and I picked it up about two years ago when I was in London for about £9! I haven’t worn it much due to the weather but I plan to bring it out a lot this summer. My brogues were another purchase from the mid season New Look sale; they were €12 down from €25!

What does everyone think? Have you ever been to the Jameson Distellery? Thank you to everyone for reading and don’t forget to let me know your thoughts here, on Twitter or Facebook!

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