Plucked from Zara

Printed tunic (belted) €59.99

My sister recently sent me a dress she was interested in purchasing online and that was the end of that. The rest of the evening spiraled into a haze of online browsing. Here is a list of literally what I clicked in to my cyber shopping bag.

Color block ribbed dress €39.99

So if this hasn’t tickled your fancy yet then maybe this will. Here is a stunning bohemian chic patchwork dress. A bib of graduated blue and terracotta fastened by a track of pearly white buttons, this is ensemble would make the polished penny feel a million bucks.

I am not especially fond of cowboy boots so this wouldn’t be my complete look, however this easy breezy number would be dazzling in any footwear. Trainers, flats, kitten heel or 6 inch razor blades.

Want a splash of color pop to take you through to the tail end of the summer? Then this is your pick right here. A nice deep petrol blue and mustard yellow.

Want a splash of color pop to take you through to the tail end of the summer? Then this is your pick right here. A nice deep petrol blue and mustard yellow shroud will steer you with gentle confidence in to the start of those evenings right before the crispy, cool air comes-a-blowing.

I love these black and white sliders. Overkill to say the least with the color block knot dress but a winner with jeans.

I love these black and white sliders. Overkill to say the least with the color block knot dress but a winner with jeans. I’m waiting for it to be okay to wear with black tights coming in to the Autumn season.

The sliders above are both on sale for under a tenner. Now if that’s not a steal…


So, go ahead and make your pick in a click.

Please note this is not a sponsored blog. I literally write for the love of fashion. These photos are from Zara’s own website. I have cropped and edited.

Thank you for reading.

Fiona

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Random Sunday Spotting

So today I’ve decided to do something a little different. I’m uploading shots (all unfiltered) of random shoppers in my local shopping centre/plaza. I’m calling them random names and giving them a phoney job title, based on what their chosen outfit. Bit of fantasy, but what the hell.

Li

Li likes monochrome (evidently). She mixes high street with designer. The pleated skirt is Stella McCartney, t-shirt is New Look and trainers are Office. I faintly make out a cute Winnie the Pooh keyring.

Sports Direct Sales Assistants

Tara and Marc

Tara, a Sports Direct Sales Assistant (left) and her brother, Marc bringing her McDonald’s lunch. They chat about their imminent night plans ahead. Tara wears Adidas trainers and a mixture of Primark and Sports Direct. Her sibling wears a t-shirt by Ben Sherman from Debenhams and shorts are River Island.

Angela

Here’s Angela, always in a rush. I expect her outfit is brought to us by Marks & Spencer. Wedges have got to be by Aldo. Bag is DKNY at TkMax. We do like her choice in flowers though.

Roisin

Roisin originally from Beijing, now lives in Dublin. A full-time mum. All her clothes are from China: beach flip flops, asymmetric pencil skirt, De Maison oversized tee and baseball hat.

James and Garreth

Recent Arts graduates, they discuss what they will do about their Australian visas. Concentrating all their attention on baseball hats selection, they failed to take the same careful care to their shoes. I’ll bet they even paid a fortune for them! NOT a fan of the mixed, chaotic colour palette. Jack & Jones head to toe.

Happy weekend!

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