We’ve been in Dublin for the last two days, which has been wonderful, but it’s never enough time to spend in this amazing city. I fell in love with it when I studied here for a summer a few years back, and it’s been so exciting to show Harrison around my old stomping grounds and try out a few new places.
One of my favorite spots is St. Stephen’s Green, a beautiful park full of the brightest green grass you’ll ever see; gorgeous statues; and picturesque ponds with lovely swans and ducks swimming around right in front of you. We were lucky enough to catch a spot of good weather yesterday for a walk through the park, and it was one of the most beautiful sights I’ve seen in a really long time.
To keep me cozy for a day of exploring, I threw on an old favorite: This knit, cowl-neck sweater that’s both warm and super comfortable, and that goes perfectly with a more structured faux-leather pant. Mixed with hints of gold jewelry, a leopard-print scarf and rhinestoned flats, it was an easy-breezy outfit that was comfy enough for an entire day out.
We’re off to the west coast today to visit the Cliffs of Moher and Galway, then it’s on to Amsterdam in the morning. It’s hard to believe we’re already halfway through our trip, but I’m trying to soak in every second of it before it all passes me by. Until next time, Dublin!