Autumn Leaves Are Falling…

With the Autumn weather well and truly upon us and Winter on its way, it felt like time to invest in some cold weather essentials: new jeans, long sleeve tops and a coat.

The search for a coat was surprisingly swift! I had in my head that I wanted a khaki coat, as it’s such a key colour for this season, so when I found this collared baby in Penneys (Primark) for €21, I had to snap it up! The high collar is a nice touch and provides some extra warmth against the chilly winds which is always good. It’s really decent quality for the price too.


Lately I’ve been struggling to find trousers I’m mad about, but am constantly finding the most wonderful tops and blouses. First world problems and all that! Last week was no exception when I picked up some beauties in the Stephen’s Green Topshop in Dublin, including the top I’m wearing here. I knew as soon as I saw it that it was going to be a new staple in my wardrobe. So simple, but that neckline really makes it a stand out piece. It’s great for day and night so I’m delighted with the purchase. I’ll be featuring more of my little haul from Dublin on the blog soon!


If you know my story, you’ll know I’m a Topshop girl through and through. I’ve long been a fan of the Moto jeans, even before I started working for the brand. Now, as a Denim Specialist, I am ALL about the jeans! I’m normally an avid Leigh and Joni fan, but this time I opted for ripped Jamie’s. I was never keen on Jamie’s before, but they’ve altered the fit and fabric slightly and now I love them! The denim is heavy enough to hold you in but still has enough stretch to be comfortable. Jamie’s sit a bit shorter than the other styles, which I know some people aren’t a fan of, but I quite like showing a little ankle. If you’ve tried them before and weren’t sold, I’d definitely recommend giving the Jamie jeans another shot!



Shop my look here:

Coat: Penneys/Primark (similar here and here)

Blouse: Topshop

Jeans: Topshop

Shoes: H&M

Hat: Penneys/Primark (similar here)



Photos by Fergal Costello

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