Girls Night Out – What Should I wear?
I am really excited about my Girls Night Out … night! It’s happening in a few weeks. We’re doing it right with dinner, drinks and the plan is to dance the night away … so it’s time to get thinking about what I’m going to wear. Trousers, Skirt or Dress? I really don’t want to spend a fortune and I want items that I’ll be able to mix and match, wear to work, wear at the weekend and generally wear! I want my money’s worth.
I have decided on the following staples for my new outfit. Bounty by Miss KG, heels – they’re high but very comfy and I got them in the recent sale. Tegan Trousers from Bow and Pearl in Ranelagh, Dublin – they were the last pair but I got my order in today! River Islands Leather Look Collar Blazer in black – I haven’t bought it yet but I think it will make a great addition to my wardrobe however I won’t know until I’ve tried it on.
I have incorporated these items into Look One and through to Look Four but not always at the same time. As you can see I don’t believe you have to wear a dress to feel dressed up but I do think that heels help. Of late I have mostly worn dresses to work so most times I don’t bother with them when it’s time to play.
As per usual I have included Irish Designers/ Stores and all the other High Street items are available to buy in-store here in Ireland or can be shipped here. I know which outfit I’ll most likely go with. Which Look is your favourite? and Why?
€60 – riverisland.com
€100 – debenhams.ie
€65 – bowandpearl.com
€52 – warehouse.co.uk
€35 – deloup.storenvy.com
€28 – dinkdesign.ie
€115 – topshop.com
€23 – topshop.com
€46 – zara.com
€55 – bowandpearl.com
€46 – zara.com
€32 Ruby Robin Boutique on etsy.com
€14 – Ruby Robin Boutique on etsy.com
Don’t Forget ↓
- A Heavenly Afternoon Pamper at Revive Garden Spa Athy, Kildare - October 14, 2020
- Get Into Kildare – A Fun Family Weekend Experience - October 12, 2020
- A Fab Family Day at the Irish National Stud and Gardens, Kildare - October 10, 2020