Girl-about-Paris

Established by Judith Milgrom, Sandro founder Evelyne Chetrite’s younger sister, Maje has a very fresh take on French style. A little boho and a lot of chic, it always leaves me dreaming of a stroll around Paris. Some inspirational shots from the AW’15 lookbook below. I will have a tassel or two…         …

Santorini & Greece

I have recently had a small holiday in Greece. It was my first time travelling there and I was really impressed by it. Not sure if impressed is the right word but I enjoyed it so much! I had rather high expectations of Greece and it actually managed to exceed them. Which was rather great.…

The best cuppa in town

It took my friend’s wedding (or rather her hen) to finally get me to try an afternoon tea. I have always looked at various deals, recommendations and photos of prettily arranged delicacies trying to come up with an occasion that would warrant such a lovely meal. I couldn’t think of a better choice for J.…

Editorial – Irish Tatler Sept’15

Although I easily get excited by spring and I have a lot of appreciation for days that don’t end at 4 o’clock, autumn steadily remains my favourite season. It seems to suit Dublin (and Dubliners) a lot better. Wardrobe malfunctions are  not as frequent to come by and there’s no sight of burning red T-shirt…

Boqueria Dublin

It’s only appropriate that my first post is food related. I am inspired and passionate about so many things but at the end of the day, most of the time, it all seems to come down to good food. After a spell of poor dinners out I would lie if I didn’t say I was…

Farewell

These must be my favorite outfit photos ever. They are just so Dublin: the perfectly dimmed light, the tricky cobblestone and the colorful flags. I also love this outfit, it is so me and for some reason, feels as natural as I can possibly feel in an outfit. It is rather perfect that I get…

My petals

I can’t think of a better location or timing to shoot this look. It was very rushed with the weather changing every 2 minutes which probably doesn’t make much sense to you based on my first sentence. You see sometimes you need bad weather to, first of all, get you to think a little bit…