Monthly Archives: June 2014

Westport Music and Food Festival

I went to the Westport Festival of Music & Food this weekend, my first ever festival, and it was so much fun:-) There were some great bands playing at the family friendly festival, Little Green Cars and the talented duo, … Continue reading

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Blue Leopard Print – Savida

What do you think of this Blue Leopard Print combo? I spotted it yesterday whilst browsing in Savida and the following was my thought process on whether or not to purchase it 1. I have been admiring it on one … Continue reading

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Men’s shorts – The Summer Staple

I love seeing men in shorts. I think it’s something that Irish men struggled with traditionally but are beginning to embrace in recent years. When I was younger, I often wondered why even though was the hottest day of the … Continue reading

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Game, Set, Match

I’m very excited for the start of Wimbledon next week, as much for the style as I am about the tennis:-) Orange was a big hit at Roland Garros (see Maria Sharapova and Eugenie Bouchard below), and also seems to … Continue reading

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Summer Recipes

I came across this recipe in Grazia recently and thought what a great little dessert for these balmy evenings. It’s called Affogato, which means “Ice-cream drowned in coffee” and it’s made from ice-cream, coffee, and amaretti biscuits. No joke – … Continue reading

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Dublin Herbalists and natural skin care

I have always had an interest in natural beauty products. I credit my mum for this as since my teenage years, Birthday and Christmas gifts consisted of Simple beauty products or Forever Living Aloe Vera deodrant sticks! If you too … Continue reading

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Men’s Trend Alert – Blue & Red

I think there’s a blue and red trend emerging in men’s fashion:-) It was Tom Brady who first drew my attention to it at the Met Ball, followed by Michael Owen modelling on posters in Hong Kong. And then the … Continue reading

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