I realized that most of what I wore in Ireland was black and grey. This color combo has quickly become second nature to me that I didn't even notice I was filling my suitcase with it. Not that I am complaining though because it's definitely my go-to for fall at the moment, which I am sure I've mentioned before. I go through phases when I gravitate towards specific things and lately it's all about these two shades. It's classic and I doubt I'll ever get tired of it. I wore several of these pieces on my trip, but since I didn't do any outfit shoots over there, I wanted to remix them for a new look when I got back. You might remember this blazer from a few weeks ago. I had paired it with denim and burgundy. Well, let's just say I've been wearing this baby quite frequently too. I like that it's thicker than my other blazers with more of a casual feel opposed to something dressier. I've really enjoyed styling it in different ways.
This look was about mixing textures and sticking to a neutral toned palette with a little bit of print thrown in the mix. These pants sort of photographed as if they're leather, but they are not. I love how they work so well with these OTK boots though. I scored this top on major sale at F21 for only $2! If only everything we bought was that amount. And how cute is my little 4 leaf clover necklace? I wanted to make sure that I brought a piece of Ireland back home with me. I also got the matching earrings. ;)