Queen Puck

I spent today in a little town in Kerry called Killorglin where every August they catch a wild mountain goat, put it on a pedestal in the middle of town for three days and call it King Puck. Welcome to Kerry.
Anyways, all I did was a little stall shopping and had a fabulous lunch in a little cafe called Zest. The weather was changing so much constantly from wind to rain to sunshine it was hard to decide what to wear. Checked, tartan, plaid... I have a love affair with all of the above. Flannel shirts are so easy to wear, over jeans, tucked into shorts or a skirt, or tied around your waist. I love the colour of this one, it reminds me of a real lumberjack shirt! Tying them around your waist is great for changeable weather too, if it gets too cold you can always throw it on! Because I knew there would be at least a little bit of rain I opted for some boots instead of sandals. I love the contrasting colours of these and they are the comfiest boots! The heel is the perfect height for casual wear. I layered some silver necklaces and rings (of course), threw on my Raybans and was ready for road!

P.S. Shoutout to Louise Brown for being my personal photographer!

Shirt ~ Monki
Sweater ~ Penneys
Leggings ~ H&M
Boots ~ New Look
Evil Eye necklace ~ Penneys
Plane necklace ~ Etsy
Cross necklace ~ Topshop
Sunglasses ~ Rayban Aviators