Sunday, March 13, 2016

Pink Bow Dress for Spring + Irish Film Festival

pink bow dress shein fashion blogger 2016
Dress: c/o Shein

I swear I'm not doing this on purpose, but here's yet another swoon-worthy bow dress! Some of you may remember the previous bow dress I wore from SheIn, but I promise I do have dresses without bows on them. Really. I must be subconsciously drawn to them though!

Anyway, it's finally starting to feel like Spring in Boston this week (yay!), which means warmer weather, lighter colors, and dresses starting to come out of the woodwork.

I couldn't think of a more perfect dress to transition to spring than this light pink bow dress c/o SheIn! It's pastel color is perfect for the upcoming season and the bow gives it a fun femme look. It has a billowy, bell-shape towards the bottom which makes it perfect for brunches, picnics, and other playful spring activities. Plus, the price is right - it's less than $21!

pink bow dress shein fashion blogger 2016

pink bow dress shein fashion blogger 2016

pink bow dress shein fashion blogger 2016

pink bow dress shein fashion blogger 2016

pink bow dress shein fashion blogger 2016

pink bow dress shein fashion blogger 2016

pink bow dress shein fashion blogger 2016

pink bow dress shein fashion blogger 2016

pink bow dress shein fashion blogger 2016
Dress: c/o She Inside | Bag: Coach | Jacket: Target | Heels: DSW | Earrings: Kendra Scott | Necklace: Lou Lou Boutique | Ring: Vintage
This weekend, I scored tickets to the Irish Film Festival through Yelp Elite (I'm a new Boston member and absurdly excited about it), so we attended the movie Garage at the Somerville Theater in Davis Square! It's directed by Oscar-nominated director Lenny Abrahamson (who directed Room), and is set in a small town in Ireland and follows the menial life of a learning-disabled man named Josie. I won't give anything away, but it's a dramady (drama / comedy) and really well-made! 




At the end of the movie, the star Pat Shortt came onstage for a Q&A, and even started playing some impromptu Irish music for the audience. He even mentioned he was from Tipperary which is where my mom's Irish side of the family is from! 

It was an honor to attend the film festival, and really great to get out and see a thoughtful movie that really makes you think. Don't get me wrong, I love my Netflix marathons just as much as the next person, but it's important to remember to see independent movies and broaden our scope a little! It also made me want to go visit Ireland even more than I already did, it's at the top of my list!

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