The Trench (€19.99 - €129)

Thursday, 25 January 2018

Hello again, I hope you're week has been going well. I am back with another style post and this time it's all about the good old fashioned trench coat. I read recently that the trench coat dates back to the 1850's!!! So, its safe to say that the trench is here to stay and it is definitely a huge trend for this spring/summer.

Lost In The Pyrenees

Monday, 22 January 2018

Hello there, thanks for stopping by!

If you follow me Instagram (@Naomi.kelliher) you will have seen my snaps from my trip to the Pyrenees mountains this week. I have been in the Pyrenees before, but each time seems to be better than the next. If you want to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday living, I would highly recommend going. Here you feel a thousand miles away from everything...

Spring/Summer '18

Thursday, 18 January 2018

It is finally time to say hello to a new season, which means new trends and the perfect excuse to SHOP. While its defiantly far too chilly to expose even the slightest bit of flesh, it is never too early to start shopping the new S/S trends...

New Years On The Slopes

Thursday, 4 January 2018

Hello and Happy New Year! I hope you had a lovely Christmas and New Years. I haven't quite gotten back to reality yet. I still find myself being drawn to the ski slopes and whats left of the Christmas markets. I say it every year, but Christmas goes way too fast! Nevertheless, I am excited to get stuck into the new year and make the most of what comes my way. I have made some new years resolutions and a list of things I want to do and see in 2018. I love a good list, and this is certainly my favorite kind. When I set myself a challenge, I must admit, I am fairly good at sticking with it. I am not one to give up on it after a few weeks. Even though some of the challenges I have set myself this year are outside my comfort zone by miles, I am determined to push myself. There is a line Susan Jeffers book 'Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway' that always comes back to me and it is so true. She says, 'pushing through fear is less frightening than living with the underlying fear that comes from a feeling of helplessness'. I live by this...