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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Not Irish

Not at all. Not even a little. But that has never stopped me from wearing green on March 17th, attending parades, or making Irish Soda Bread.
I have no interest in green beer or corned beef and cabbage - I just want the bread.
Not Irish mid
Sorry, I don't have any photos of it to share, I'm too busy eating it to photograph it. Yum.
Not Irish
dress detail
Not Irish detail
The Rundown
Dress Max Studio - Cardigan Down East Basics - Shoes Kenneth Cole Reaction - Belt TJMaxx - Tights Gap - Earrings Taken for Granite
Not Irish
Happy St. Patrick's Day!

40 comments:

  1. So cute and green you are! I love your shoes with that dress. :D I'm not Irish either, but we can always pretend.. ne ne ne.

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  2. Happy St. Patty's Day!!
    Lovely green dress and of course I want those tights for my collection.

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  3. I kind of wore green today...but just kind of (my ring had a green stone in it). XD
    Great St. Patrick's Day outfit! Not overtly themed, and definitely pretty! :D

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  4. I love your green dress! I'd have worn green today but I wound up sitting on the couch all day after an exhausting day in Boston yesterday...and I don't have anything as cute to wear as your dress.

    xoxo ~ Courtney
    http://sartorialsidelines.blogspot.com

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  5. Oh, I absolutely love this dress on you.

    Happy St. Patty's Day!

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  6. Love that dress!!!! :D
    And yea...HATE corned beef and cabbage, my mom made it for dinner...EW! I had chicken wings instead, haha
    http://www.closet-fashionista.com/

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  7. Good corned beef is vastly underrated. I never bother with cabbage - just a good brown sugar and mustard glaze. Mmm.

    What a fabulous green dress. Happy St.Patrick's Day.

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  8. That dress is stunning for today or any day!

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  9. Green makes anyone Irish today.

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  10. I love soda bread too, and I am equally not Irish.

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  11. You look great! A very chic way to be festive. xo style, she wrote

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  12. Love that cardigan on you! Especially with the dress/colors, so pretty.
    Thanks for the comment! I agree, Faerie Tale theater was so much better as a little kid! My sister and I loved Cinderella and Snow White (though watching that one again was a little creepy). Robin Williams and Jeff Goldblum in the Three Little Pigs was pretty funny though!! So many great actors, before they were famous.... Happy St. Patricks Day! :)

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  13. I know what you mean about soda bread although I don't think mine ever comes out good enough... luckily I can just pick some up from the Irish tea room! Green and grey is pretty much my favorite color combination ever. The tooling on that belt is so amazing and I love this whole look. Just remembered I have green tights, should have worn them!

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  14. That dress is adorable! Hope you had fun celebrating :)

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  15. Thank you for the early Birthday wishes!! ;)

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  16. Somehow you've managed to look festive without being cheesy...something I've never managed to work out. Love this dress + belt combo...and just noticed your tights are forest green! Big props.

    Lydia x

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  17. so cute! I'm not irish either :)

    I had no interest in anything st patricks day this year...I dont know what it is, I didnt even wear green this year!

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  18. I love your St. Patty's Day outfit. I've never had Irish Soda bread but I hear it's really good.

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  19. Pretty dress!! My friend had a similar one on last night!

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  20. The green tights work so well with that green dress, great look!

    www.thejoyoffasion.blogspot.com

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  21. Happy Saint Patrick's Day! It looks like you celebrated in style... I just love your green dress, and those retro-style heels are too fabulous for words! (The soda bread sounds pretty fabulous, too, I'm not going to lie :D)
    xox,
    Cee

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  22. Love the green wrap dress with the green tights! Sooooo St. Patrick's Day :) LOVE the details in that belt too!

    I love corned beef and cabbage...mmm. Dunno about green beer. But soda bread sounds yummy too :)

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  24. I love this outfit! the dress has a fun pattern and a gorgeous green colour and the cardigan has such lovely ruffles ^^ x

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  25. That's very cute to wear green on that day. Unfortunatly, this is not something we do in France.
    Anyway, put your dress more often, it looks amazing on you!
    You look very very beautiful :)

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  26. I'm not irish, in fact i am thinking i don't know any irish.
    Well, there was this really cute Irish guy in NY.....
    Anyways, you look marvelous in this dress.

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  27. You are adorable as always. :)

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  28. You look very vintage today - In a good way LOL

    Never had soda bread until I lived in PA for a couple of years. I really like it.

    Love that belt!
    brett

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  29. you look perfectly put together. I totally goofed and didnt wear any green yesterday

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  30. What a gorgeous dress! Love it!

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  31. That is a very lovely dress! And I wish I had shoes like these although normally I'm not a fan of tiny heels :))

    xxx
    Lovely blog, come see mine! :)
    www.sabinasupernova.com

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  32. What a perfect dress for St Patty's Day. Well done miss lady! I hope you've been doing well. I haven't been on here in a while. Have a great day!

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  33. Liddie, you many not be Irish, but you sure look pretty in green! Lovely dress and the cardi just brings this look together.

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  34. This is the perfect St. Patti's day ensemble!!! LOVE this dress!!

    http://www.glamlatte.com

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  35. I've never had any of this Irish bread of which you speak. I definitely need to try some, because I LOVE bread. Your dress...I likey.

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  36. soda bread. mmm. and that dress! Happy St Pats to you!

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  37. As always - love the outfit ... the bread sounds good too. Hope you enjoyed it.

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  38. absolutely love the pattern of your dress!

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