Fly High xoxo


I am just home after such a fun weekend in Dublin. One of my absolute favourite things to do is to visit new and delicious restaurants. I was pretty impressed with the brunch at Odessa today and dinner and cocktails at 777 yesterday. I posted a picture of my food at 777 on Instagram and you will see that it was true Mexican goodness! I adore Mexican food….yes, fresh guacamole and cheese covered sweetcorn is the way to my heart! Try them out if you visit Dublin!

Dress | Miss Daisy Blue, Shoes | Zara, Bag | Parfois, Sunglasses | River Island

I visited one of my favourite stores on Friday – Miss Daisy Blue – in Cork. I picked up a few light vintage summer dresses as we are experiencing some pretty sweet sunshine here in Cork recently. I was also looking for something to wear to the Galway Races this week which I am pretty excited about!

Have a good week guys,




Goodness xoxo


It’s almost the weekend which means that we can hopefully enjoy some of this beyond beautiful weather we are getting here in Ireland. Us Irish just cannot function when it’s sunny or hot. I nearly died today at the office with the heat.  We literally go into breakdown mode. However, I have my fingers and toes crossed that it will be sunny this day next week as I am off to Galway (Ireland) with my friend and fellow blogger Erika Fox for a stylish day at The Races. I have never really attended Ladies Day so I am looking forward to spotting some style.

This weekend, Denis and I are off to Dublin for some celebrations. We are staying at The Dylan, one of my favourite hotels ever, which I have posted about before here.

I have some very interesting meetings over the next few weeks and I am really excited about lots of things at the moment so fingers crossed that I can fill you guys in soon!

In the meantime, I will share some of this week’s Lust Haves with you:

Zara | Leather Dress

Twigs & Honey | Crown

Ruby May Design | Place Cards

Zara | Blue Shoes

Boohoo | Sandals

Zara | Pink Bag

All Saints | Dress

By the way, who else is going to the Galway Races?

Hope you all have a really lovely weekend,




Cocktail Hour xoxo


So, this is my second wedding DIY project that I wanted to share with you – cocktail stirrers! You can see the first post here,

I guess these posts are to show you that with a little imagination it’s possible to add a lot of personality to your event without going to too much trouble or spending huge amounts of money on the little details,

As you might have gathered by now, I am a huge fan of sequins and although I decided to keep them out of my wedding decor, I couldn’t resist the tiniest little splash of them so I made little cocktail drink stirrers using little sequined balls I got here. I simply stuck some pointed wooden skewers that I picked up in a local kitchen shop into the sequined ball and there you go… super girly and fun cocktail stirrers! Perfect for any occasion involving cocktails or champagne!

I also had my first guest blog post on today so if you are getting married abroad, it might be worth checking out my survival tips!