buy Gabapentin 300mg uk can you buy Keppra over the counter in the uk I was already late for the wedding and I suddenly remembered I had packed the camera in the hope of taking a couple of shots of what I was wearing – hence, the slightly hysterical expression and ‘we don’t really have time for this’ pose.
With the sun poking out, amid short intervals of rain, we were off to celebrate the wedding of two of my most dear friends. With the wedding in Ireland, I was prepared for the cold and so I thought a little about what I wanted to wear and decided a jumper would probably be a good idea. Trying to incorporate a jumper into a wedding outfit, however, is not the easiest task but I had an idea in my mind and I think it turned out pretty well. I just love this colour palette at the moment and it’s so perfect for a wedding. I actually found this skirt in a charity shop – I’ve been having so much luck with those recently – and thought it would be ideal for the big day!
For some reason, with the location (we stayed in a beautiful B&B just outside Bagenalstown) I feel it looks as though I’ve gone back a century or two – perhaps it’s the full skirt paired with a long duster coat. I’m not complaining, I love the attire that would’ve been worn by the Bennet sisters.
What with the weekend spent in Ireland, celebrating my birthday and starting a new job, I’ve taken a lot of time away from my blog over the last few weeks. This certainly wasn’t intentional but having been pretty consistent since I started it last year, I feel as though I’ve lost a little bit of inspiration or simply experiencing a case of writer’s block.
I love the content I pop on here as it’s so heavily focused on fashion but I want to make sure it’s enjoyable, interesting and inspiring too. I have a few ideas that I’d like to incorporate over the next few months and with a number of new spring wardrobe additions, I’ve no doubt they’ll crop up too!