Inside the Photo Studio: 6 Scarves, 6 Looks, 6 Days of Travel; Sara Goes to Ireland (Part 3)
I’m back with the last post of my amazing, scarf-filled Irish adventure. Missed part 1 and 2? Catch up.
Next stop, castle life.
Dingle has a large loop of scenery. They call it the “Ring of Dingle”. I called it the “Ringle”. It’s a beautiful drive through Dingle where you can stop and see cliffs, beehive houses, and pottery shops. It makes for a relaxing day of exploration and for that reason, I dressed myself in jeans and a t-shirt. But fear not, I added the Avery Ombré Scarf and attached it with a skinny belt to bring life to my look just in time for high tea at the Ballyseede Castle in Tralee. Later when it got chilly, I wrapped the Avery around my neck for warmth. So multifunctional!
Last stop, Shannon.
Our last day in Ireland was laid back. We enjoyed lunch, shopping, and spending time at a farmhouse. I decided that the Diane Ruffle Scarf would be the best accessory to help me go out with a bang. I wrapped the Diane loosely around my neck and paired it with a simple black shirt and jeans. I got so many compliments on my “pretty red scarf” and loved its vibrant color on a day that was so bright and blue.
My trip to Ireland was amazing…and wearing Affordable Scarves everyday was a great decision. I was comfortable, put-together, and accessorized to a T. I was able to look fashionable, enjoy a new culture, and photograph the entire experience all at the same time.
Photographers Tip: When photographing beautiful countryside like that in Ireland, grab a wide angle lens to help capture a wider landscape. You won’t regret it.
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