Wednesday, 27 September 2017

The Perfect Autumnal Dress.


I love Autumn, it's a time of year where it's not too hot or not too cold. Here in Italy it's still pretty warm so when I found this dress on Boohoo, I knew it was my perfect transitional dress from summer into autumn.
I was also thinking that, although autumn is warmer here, I would have still worn this over in Ireland with a few minor adjustments; I would pair it with this gorgeous leather biker jacket and these studded boots (also from Boohoo) It's such a versitile dress that no matter what occasion, you can mix and match pieces to suit you. Here I've paired this dress with some sandals, and  if you wanted to head out for dinner or drinks, it's totally possible, if you match it with a pair of fab heels.




This day, 10 days ago I left Ireland to go live in Italy for the second time. I got my apartment and moved a few things in, followed by a well needed trip to Rome. Tomorrow morning I head to Turin for training for my job for three days and I'm excited to see yet another city! I've been snapping so much during this trip so far, so if you would like to see more, my snapchat is: CiaraSwalsh. From Turin I will be flying back down to Catania, where in a few days I'll start my new job! Ahh!! I'm still so in shock that I'll be working in Italy! 😍



Shop this look:
Dress: HERE
Pair With:
Jacket: HERE
Boots: HERE
Heels: HERE


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